A house is often relatively safe from leaks or external damage, as when an issue occurs it will be flagged up and addressed almost as soon as they happen by those who live there. This however is not the case with garden fixtures, especially not the shed; which is often left cluttered, unorganised and, for the most part, untouched.
The garden shed is possibly one of the most overlooked and under-appreciated parts of a home, which is surprising when you consider that for something so small they tend to house equipment of relatively high value; such as lawnmowers, gardening tools and accessories, etc. which can become damaged quite easily, if exposed to the adverse weather conditions that are synonymous with a British winter.
The weakest area of any structure will be the windows, as they are a separate piece fitted in, rather than a part of the structure as a whole. Once the area holding a window becomes weakened, glass panes (which are heavy and cumbersome) will cause the area to buckle; resulting in a large open hole and lots of small shards of broken glass.
It is because of their resistance to the effects of weather that you will want to take advantage of and install these Perspex windows before winter really begins, as once in place they will competently protect your sheds occupants from the effects of rain and wind, whilst offering moderate shelter from low temperatures.
To see our range of clear Perspex sheets visit the Clear Sheets category or Acrylic Perspex Shed Panels category on the Cut Plastic Sheeting website. We also offer acrylic secondary glazing and polycarbonate green house panels – both of which can be learned about from our previous blogs.