You’ve really started something here at Shields Timber Buildings.
I’m hanging on to Summer by my fingernails as Autumn is taking hold across Devon and my mind wanders to the new Man Cave we’ve designed and installed here at the display site. I know, sorry ladies, we could have called it the She Shed – but I have exciting plans for one of those in the future! In fact, there is of course absolutely no reason why it can’t be used by anyone for anything.
So, summer is over, or is it? How can you make the most of your garden in the months ahead? We have just the answer! One of the Shields Buildings amazing Summerhouses will give you the perfect solution for being able to eat outside on those chilly evenings, or to enjoy sitting outside enjoying your garden as the days get cooler.
It’s been a busy summer for us here at Shields Buildings. We have put up several more display buildings, so there are some lovely new buildings on show for you to see. They are the Sidmouth Summerhouse at 4m x 3m, an insulated Man Cave at 3.5m x 2.5m and a useful new 3m x 2.4m garden shed.
Back when Barack Obama won the US Presidential Elections, the large Hadron Collider first fired up and Lehman Brothers filed for liquidation, Stewart and Chris came to Shields Buildings for a his and hers office.
These shows have all now passed, but you can visit our display at North Tawton to see the range of buildings we offer.
With any purchase there’s a lot of research that needs to be done and sometimes it’s easier than others. Based on many years’ experience at Shields Buildings we go the extra mile to give our customers help and support during their journey, so a conversation with us could really save you lots of time.
It doesn’t matter what stage you are in the journey of planning your timber garden building, you will get lots of support with the Shields 5 Step Process.
Just click on the link below to read our Spring Newsletter and see the Special Offer that we have for the Summerhouse range. Hurry, the offer only runs until the 25 May:
Summer is around the corner – well almost we hope – and it’s time to think about the maintenance of your timber garden building.