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Man cave or she shed?
. There wasn’t a suitable space in the house, or rather, his wife Charlotte didn’t want all his ‘stuff’ cluttering up their lovely new home! But, they did have a great spot in the garden where Paul could have his very own Man Cave.
Three new display buildings on show
A super warm building with a low profile roof. With wooden windows and door stained black, the walls have been left natural to give a great contrast which is easy on the eye.
See our full range of buildings:
Robust everyday buildings
Delivering a superb timber building
“I've been meaning to write to you for some time to let you know how much my garden room has added to my enjoyment of living here. It took several months before the various jobs were completed in the garden itself and also just equipping the room, but it has given me so much pleasure - it's great!” Marion Sankey - Bideford
Visiting the RNLI & National Trust
, but how about a life boat house or an ice cream kiosk?! On a recent visit to Dartmouth, John Shields was delighted to see two of his older buildings still being put to good use, the RNLI Dart Lifeboat Station at Dartmouth and an ice cream kiosk just along the estuary at the National Trust property of Greenway, Agatha Christie’s much loved holiday home which the Trust describe as ‘the loveliest place in the world’.
Discover our Bespoke Timber Buildings
are made to order, so you can have your building the size that you want it – you don’t have to conform to a standard size.
Treat yourself to a new timber garage
provides a warm and dry environment for your vehicles and sundry equipment. More often than not, the building will have a bespoke design to maximize the use of space, which can incorporate a workshop or hobby area, we will work with you to provide the perfect building for your space and needs.
Open day celebrating 25 years of business!
9m x 6m open fronted cart house and garage with electric roller door
Concrete bases for Timber Buildings
If the surface is grass, the turf will need to be removed to expose firm soil suitable for taking the concrete. Removing waste from site is extremely expensive, so it is always best to find somewhere on your property to dispose of the turf. Often this can be against a bank where it will soon grow and blend in. Another option is to use the turf to landscape around the finished base.
Turn your dream into a reality
Many of our customers dream of having a special haven in which to do their work or hobby, but they are unsure of how to turn their dream in to a reality.