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Asgard (Google) factory tour

Asgard are pleased to announce a recent visit from Google street map has given us the opportunity to give our customers a look around the Asgard factory and discover just how much work goes into making an Asgard storage unit.

Click on any of the images below to go straight to the Asgard Google factory tour.  This may take a few seconds to display depending on your internet connection.

See Our "How an Asgard is made" video here >

Asgard shed manufacture stage 1

Stage 1: The raw (galvanised - which means weatherproof) steel is punched out of large sheets - creating the basic Asgard panel shape.

Your Asgard shed is cut and formed

Stage 2: Each panel is now bent into the required shape.

The asgard welding bay

Stage 3: In the welding bay, reinforcing bars are welded into place and other key areas are welded to give each panel the maximum strength.

Your Asgard is painted

Stage 4: The galvanised panel is now powder coated (dry) with exterior grade paint to prevent rusting and give a long lasting finish.

Your Asgard is finished and put in the loading bay ready for delivery

Stage 5: All Asgard sheds are then held for a day or so until the customer is contacted to confirm their individual delivery slot.

Delivery and despatch

Stage 6: Each Asgard is checked by hand, then individually wrapped in blankets and placed on our delivery vehicles ready to be delivered.

Asgard Factory Tour

Asgard manufacture all our of our products from our factory in West Yorkshire.  Using a team of 8 dedicated design engineers, we have the skills and resource to ensure we design and manufacture only the best possible products.  Asgard is an ISO14001 approved company - and - as part of the Flexiform group of companies we have over 40 years of manufacturing experience.  All Asgard metal storage is made using a combination of cutting edge (computer controlled) machines and the all important hand finishing - to ensure you receive the best possible storage product.