I never thought June would see me pining for the days of April, but looking at the weather forecast and seeing six straight days of rain has changed all that. In a magnificent demonstration of Murphy’s Law, just as soon as Boris started lifting restrictions, the temperature started to drop and the heavens began opening – bad news for those of us wanting to meet friends outdoors, and bad news for those looking to keep their cars sheltered from the elements.
Unsurprisingly, we’ve had a number of conversations in recent days regarding garages, with plenty of people looking to get something in place to protect their pride and joy.
As we all know, there are garages and there are garages.
Our goal is always to ensure that the garages we create blend in beautifully with their surroundings, and this week we saw a particularly extreme example.
We were asked to create a garage for a property in the Dartmoor National Park, and the stringent rules around listed buildings in that area meant that it had to be constructed from cedar, rather than redwood.
We don’t tend to work with cedar, but were more than happy to source some to make sure the customer got what they wanted, and the result is a beautiful, blended building that will protect their vehicle.
If you’ve been thinking about a garage, or any other building for that matter, now’s the time to get in touch – things are ramping up here, and the order book is beginning to fill up, so we’d recommend contacting us without delay to ensure you get your building as quickly as possible.