A BLAZE sparked by an electrical fault wrecked three sheds and a summerhouse near Sandhurst.
The fire in Yorktown Road, College Town, started in a shed used by a builder to store his materials.
It quickly spread to an adjoining shed which he also uses, before enveloping a neighbour's shed and summerhouse.
Heat from the fire was so intense that it cracked the windows of a nearby house.
Neighbours used a garden hose in a desperate attempt to contain the fire.
They gave way to fire crews from Surrey, Berkshire and Hampshire who were quickly on the scene.
A Camberley fire spokesman said: "One of the sheds contained propane and gas cylinders which were in danger of exploding. Thankfully we managed to prevent that from happening."