What will you keep in your workshop? Max Turner, a valued customer of Shields Buildings came to us as he wanted another timber garden building, this time he was going to use his workshop for a rather unusual purpose.
Being a keen rugby supporter involved with the Devon RFU, Max wanted to help as they were paying to store the players kit and equipment in a steel container. Not only was this a costly solution, but was it damp, so far from ideal. He knew that something had to be done and came up with the ideal solution, a timber building from Shields Buildings.
What Was Achieved
Max decided to purchase a large workshop which he would have in his own garden. As this was his fourth purchase from Shields Buildings he knew that he would get an excellent quality building that would last for many years and the kit nice and dry.
"Having purchased several buildings from Shields Buildings now I can confidently say that the service, quality and attention to detail is second to none. I wonder if I have space for another…? "
Max Turner - Timber Workshops
Case Study Highlights
Case Study Highlights
It's good to think early on what you'll be using your space for. Where would you like to have the windows and at what size? Will you require an electical pack for a heater, lighting and wall sockets? What internal finish would you like? We work with you to create your perfect building.
Lighting is an integral element of any timber building. We will design your building to suit you, making use of solely natural or artificial light. Utilising all available wall space and incorporating roof lights, ensuring your timber building provides the best possible solution for you.
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.
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