Bespoke Garden Summer House with Veranda
Whilst this may look like a typical Summer House, we were in fact asked to design the timber building to provide somewhere suitable for the customer to work from home as well as enjoy the garden setting. Therefore, the building benefits from insulation and has full height double glazed windows, making it an ideal home office; warm, dry, comfortable and light.
Summer Houses are often very personal buildings, you can imagine yourself in your garden enjoying the tranquillity, peace and quiet. If you have an image in your head, we can turn it into a reality, like we did for this customer recently. Designed with a cedar shingle roof this Summer House was made to fit in and enhance this delightful garden.
What Was Achieved
The customer requested a veranda for their Summer House. You can choose to add a veranda and decking to your timber garden building too, somewhere to remove your boots before entering your Summer House, or a lovely shaded area to sit and make the most a great view across your garden or landscape. With a home office this beautiful wouldn’t you be tempted to spend all your time there?
"Thank you for the very professional and efficient way Beverley's garden room has been designed and put up by John and all the team. We are very pleased with the building and your service and will definitely recommend you."
Charles - Garden Summer House
Case Study Highlights
Case Study Highlights
A timber building needs quality internal wall lining, we have several options for you to choose from. Standard 12mm MDF board, but if you want something a little more sophisticated there's 'Neatmatch' or pine tongue and groove, the choice is yours.
From initial designs through to installation, we work with you to make the most of the interior of your building. We consider your requirements for its use so that we can make the most of the space without taking away the attention to detail required to provide a beautiful finish.
There are many options for windows with this style of timber building, in double glazed uPVC or wood. Many different sizes and styles, fixed, side or top hung in a choice of colours. We work with you to ensure we provide you with the best windows both practically and asthetically.
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