If a hut is damaged in any way or requires major repair, then the repairs must, in every way, match the original design shown in the following images.
Drawings are not to scale. Only use the dimensions shown. Do not scale from drawings. All dimensions are in millimeters.
Damage to doors should not be repaired by covering the door in boarding. The doors should be repaired properly or replaced completely.
If a door is replaced completely the design in the image below must be followed.
Other major repairs should also be in accordance with the approved drawings and particular attention must be given to the use of materials, for example fibreglass and felt are not permitted.
Doors must consist of:
- 100 x 50mm (millimeters) S.W. framing rebated 16mm to accept 10mm thickness exterior grade plywood panelling/tongue and groove
- 100 x 38mm mid rail and bottom rail
AII joints must be morticed and tenoned. The bottom rail should be 40mm above the bottom of the door.
Each door should be hung on 2 substantial stainless-steel hinges and they must open inwards.
There should be one bolt top and bottom on one of the doors and there should be at least 2 hasps for the padlocks which should be bolted (not screwed) on to the other.
The following specifications must be used when carrying out general repairs:
- Wall and roof panels: 10mm external quality plywood
- Boarded lower plinth: 19mm shiplap softwood boarding
- Floor: sawn treated timber boards
- Bargeboard: 150 x 25mm
- Ridge: 75 x 19mm