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The dark gray Deco garden shed offers a chic and refined shelter ...

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Réf. 22905276

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All looking for a few additional square meters of storage space, the small 4.9 m² PVC garden shed meets this need. Dark gray in color, with refined window doors with cross-pieces on the glass part, it allows you to hide away from objects, bulky accessories in all discretion and in a chic garden shed that does not take up too much space. your green space.

Made of PVC, this 4.9 m² garden shed requires no maintenance, only a little water jet (do not use a high pressure jet) and the use of a sponge removes all traces of dirt. Reinforce its stability on a windy day with the anchor kit supplied with it. Make your life easier and opt for this PVC shed!

Technical details

  • Overall dimensions 2.95 x 2.61 m
  • Exterior dimensions 2.42 x 2.02 m
  • Exterior surface 4.9 m²
  • 4.5 m² useful area
  • Thickness of walls 26 mm
  • Height of walls 1.88 m
  • Height of roof capping 2.364 m
  • Framed PVC roofing tiles
  • Roof pitch: 20° – 36%
  • Colour of roof: grey-green
  • 2 glass doors: 0.72 x 1.80 m
  • 2 frames of glass for door: L 0.562 m x H 0.595 m
  • 1 mounting kit included (6 panels of 56 cm)
  • Type of lock: handle with key lock
  • Estimated net weight 160 kg
  • Concrete slab not obligatory Can be built on gravel slabs or in concrete on angled sites
  • PVC and metal window materials
  • Metal parts: metal frame, metal roof reinforcements in the roof blades, triangle of roof reinforced with metal, handle, hinges and fasteners to the ground
  • 10 years warranty


Range DECO
Surface of the shelter 4,9 m²
Accessories included Anchoring kit

Frequently Questions


Question 1: do I need permission from the local authorities to put up a garden shed?
Answer 1: we recommend that as a matter of course, you get in touch with your local authority or council to obtain all the relevant information before your purchase your shed.

Question 2: do I need to insure my shed?
Answer 2: we recommend that you contact your insurance provider. An amendment to your housing contract may be necessary.

Question 3: what materials are Grosfillex sheds made from?
Answer 3: they are essentially made from PVC (resin). Some components are made of polypropylene. The frame is metal and treated against corrosion.

Question 4: what is the slope of the roof and its colour?
Answer 4: the slope of the roof is 20°/36%. Its colour is grey-green. We really don’t recommend you cover it with bitumen sheets or dark paint.

Question 5: do I need to put in foundations before I install my shed?
Answer 5: It’s best to assemble the shed on a perfectly flat floor, and never directly on the ground or the lawn.
Small sheds (up to 4.9 m2) can be built and set on gravel or with concrete corner supports. For sheds larger than 4.9m2, we systematically recommend that you put in a concrete slab (foundation), on which you should build your shed.
The concrete slab must be 10cm in thickness and 3 to 5cm around the outside of the shed. Whatever the size, we recommend you strengthen fixing the shed on its base using a Grosfillex anchoring kit. Please refer to the accessory form in the anchoring kit for more information (available in shed product sheets).

Question 6: How will be my package be packed  when I receive it?
Answer 6: your shed is packed on a pallet in a vertical position. For shelters of 19.6 m2, it takes 3 pallets. The elements of your shelter should be stored flat before putting it up.

Question 7: How do I assemble my shed?
Answer 7: Before putting up your shed, do a complete inventory using the nomenclature on the installation instructions. Do not attempt to assemble it if any parts are missing or damaged.
Putting it up is simple. To get an idea about the installation, you can watch the film on our site, which clearly sets out how to install it. Installation requires 2 people and will take 1 day. Installation should be carried out in one day where possible (3 people for sheds measuring 19.6 m2). Do not assemble the shed on very windy or very cold days. The tools required are: a stepladder, a metre rule, a drill, a screwdriver, gloves and goggles, a spirit level, Ø6 et 10 mm drill bits, a spanner, and a Phillips screwdriver.

Question 8: My shed is leaking water, what do I do?
Answer 8: Check that the slates are completely fitted together and reinforce the seal with silicone as explained in the instructions that you can download from our website  under the ‘sheds and storage’ section.

Question 9: My shed has condensation at the windows, what should I do?
Answer 9: Condensation is due to thermal differences between the external environment and the interior of the cabin, and it is the result of the excellent insulation qualities of the PVC material that in some climates you’ll get this condensation. To remedy this, increase ventilation by adding a ventilation grill to the upper outer part of the shed.

For all other questions, please refer to the “sheds" product sheets that also include the assembly instructions and product sheets for each shed and accessory.