Mr Flowers contacted us as he didn’t want a standard garage, but a combination building for use as a carport and workshop.
At Shields Buildings we ask questions about how you wish to use the buildings and the site. As we were drawing up the plans for Mr Flowers workshop and open-front carport he mentioned he would also like somewhere to store his logs. This was easily solved with a neat custom made log store running down the side of the building.
What Was Achieved
This building was 3.3m high with a black plastisol steel sheet roof. The carport at 3m wide and the workshop element, with traditional wooden door 2.5m wide. The log store has a matching sloped roof and guttering.
"I would like to say how pleased we are with the new garage and workshop. The price was extremely good and excellent value. Your workmen did an exceptional job in preparing and laying the groundworks and completing the garage and workshop with the minimum of fuss. I would definitely recommend Shields Buildings to anyone who wants a timber building."
Mr Flowers - Timber Carport and Workshop with Log Store
Case Study Highlights
Case Study Highlights
Safe and Secure
Whatever your buildings use it's important that it's safe and secure. As standard we supply a range of security items including; heavy duty door bolts, lever handle locks and deadbolts. Whether you have a garage, workshop or studio you can be rest assured your contents are protected.
The Right Roof
Choosing the right roof for your timber building is essential for the look and feel of your building. There are options, but don't worry we'll help guide you through them; the main roof styles are apex or pent and the materials are plastisol steel sheeting, cedar shingles and slate.
We work with you to ensure your vision and the designs for your bespoke building meet all your requirements, giving you a wonderful environment and the space you need. We will create a space that's great to work or relax in, is space efficent, and most importantly answers your needs.
POINT GUIDE FOR YOUR PERFECT TIMBER BUILDING
When does a timber building need planning permission? Many buildings will not need permission, but you are always advised to check first. Read our tips and advice to get your project started.