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These 'Barton' Summer Houses are very well made utilising heavy joinery made Georgian doors and windows (including at least 2 opening) and have a heavy internal 2x2 vertical framework. They are clad in redwood deal T&G SHIPLAP for long life, not the less durable cheap whitewood normally used, and when these buildings are delivered we will assemble them for you free of charge - all you need to do is to provide a solid level base. These summerhouses also have the option for a veranda - so you can sit out, enjoying our warmer days, (we do get them !!) making this the building for you.
These Diamond Summer Houses are available in a massive range of sizes to suit YOUR needs and not just a few set sizes with most makers offers. You also have the option to move the doors & windows or add extra windows for a small extra charge so you can see that a quality summerhouse can meets your exact needs at a very good price.
We might not have this model on display at our display site but would have the Wandal Summerhouse, which is the same except the Barton has Georgian doors and windows, (we believe that you should be able to view the quality of our summerhouses and not just rely on a brochure or computer screen) UNLIKE most of the competitors who DON'T give you the opportunity to view at all.
Our background in summerhouse manufacturing, starting in 1979, gives us the know how about the quality of materials which should be used. Our Ethos is 'Make to a Standard - NOT down to a price'.
We also can supply large summerhouses as well as contempory, modern and bespoke buildings.
|Sizes:||Any size from 5 x 8 up to a massive 16x20 in Apex Georgian styles|
|Cladding:||This summerhouse is Available in two claddings - 16mm (12mm finished thickness) T&G Shiplap OR 19mm (15-16mm finished thickness) T&G Loglap. (Redwood deal not cheap whitewood). Treated externally. Coach screwed construction.|
|Framing:||47 x 47mm (2" x 2" nominal) solid vertical framing as standard. Effectively thicker in corners when erected (about 70 x 45mm.|
|Roofs:||16mm (12mm finished thickness) T&G timber (no chipboard, sterling board, OSB board or any sheet materials - as these are unsuitable for outdoor use) and covered with heavy green mineral roofing felt.|
|Floors:||The floor is 16mm (12mm finished thickness) T&G boards on buildings up to 8x7. Over this size they have heavy duty 18mm (¾") v313 grade moisture resistant particular boards all set on 47 x 47mm (2x2 nominal) pressure impregnated joists for long life.|
|Doors:||Joinery quality (1¾" thick) Georgian style double doors and hung on black 'antique style' hinges, handles and mortice lock. Size approx 68" x 42" wide. (173 x 107cm)|
|Windows:||Fully opening quality joinery made Georgian windows on both sides of this Barton Georgian Summerhouse. 3mm clear TOUGHENED glass bedded in clear silicone. (Not cheap horticultural glass, scratchable plastic or perspex). Georgian joinery windows (individual panes) as standard. Option for toughened - laminated - wired glass. Fixed Georgian windows either side of the double doors.|
|Eaves Height:||Internal height: 1830mm (72") - all summerhouses.|
|Ridge height:||203cm (80") to 254cm (100"). Extra height available at £2.50 per foot around the perimeter of the summerhouse for each extra 90mm (3½")|
|Treatment:||All summerhouses and summer buildings are DIPPED treated with a high quality spirit based timber preservative free of charge. (NOT washed out water based treatment) OR Painted option in range of colours.|
|Nails:||These are all rust resistant to ensure long lasting good appearance to your summer house. NO staples are used as these are not suitable for a quality summerhouse.|
|Erection:||All our wooden summerbuildings are installed FREE of charge, provided you provide a solid level concrete or paving slab base or timber decked area, or possibly could be built on your timber bearers. Optionally, we have an option for building a timber subframe for you. These summer houses are assembled using coach screws for ease of taking it down again if you decide to move.|
|Corner Strips:||Wrap around corner strips for extra protection and appearance.|
|Optional Extras.||2' veranda, 3' veranda, 4' veranda. Laminated or wired glass. Extra or less windows and doors. Extra height partitions, timber subframe-bases - Please Ask|
|Delivery:||There is no charge for delivery within Diamond standard delivery area but they can be delivered in most of England outside of the free delivery area, for a surcharge.|
|Bespoke:||Any design summer house made to suit. If not sure please contact us for your personal quote|
|Support UK:||These Barton Summer Houses are made in the UK by experienced craftsmen since 1982. Support our British workers.|
|Sizes:||Unless specified as finished size then sizes quoted are before machining which reduces the size quoted by about 3mm. |
Beware of other summerbuildings with before machining measurements. Always check.
How To Choose A Garden Shed Door
It may seem a strange subject – how to choose a garden shed door – but this humble object is vital to your new shed or garden building. If you think about it the shed door is the only part of your garden building which is designed to move, there may be many parts on cheap sheds that move as well but they are not meant to, and so must be made to resist these moving forces for years on end.
In the most basic form the shed door is planks of wood nailed onto a frame. Hinges are attached and then the door is hung on your shed or garden building however you will find the weight of the planks of wood pulling downwards by gravity. This is why it is crucial that the frame has proper bracing designed into it to stop this happening.
There should be a minimum of three ledges, timber batons which are horizontal, and in between them there should be two diagonal braces. The braces help to carry the load of the shed door from the outside of the shed door to the side where the hinges are. - Continue reading --
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