These Malmsbury summerhouse feature full length doors and windows which allow natural light to flood in making the inside a delight to be in. The style of these doors and windows reflect a modern but traditional look enhancing its appeal to the discerning home owner. All the glass, naturally, is toughened for safety - no skimping on costs here. The wooden cladding is pressure treated for long life as this treatment has a design life of 15 years against rotting. Also you can choose from two different timber claddings and two different thickness of timber. Available in large range of sizes to suit. This is clearly one of the better summerhouses available for you to choose from.
This 'Malmsbury' summerhouse incorporate some of the very best materials available ensuring that they are built for a long life. Toughened glass, the superb standard height and the long lasting pressure treated timber used ensure that the quality and thought that goes into these building shows and shines through. As standard the very stylish and attractive 2ft roof canopy enhances this summerhouse and you can be sure that this garden building will grace any home, particularly yours.
The 'Malmsbury' summer rooms are built on a superb 75x35mm (2¾" x 1½") and can be paper lined if you wish. The Malmsbury roofs are made from stained T& G boards covered in top quality heavy duty green mineral felt with an option for Onduline sheeting, felt shingle tiles or for a Onduville tile effect. The extra thick superb floor is also pressure treated using Tanalith meaning you can expect a very long life from these buildings.
You can see examples of these summerhouses on this site and in our photo gallery, however, the beauty of these buildings is that they are made to suit you. Whether you want a different layout or size, extra or less windows or doors a partition inside, creating two rooms, then this can be done. There is no end to how much these bespoke summerhouses can be made so even if you think it can't be done then please ask. You may be surprised
Where ever possible always try to look beyond the web page, leaflet or a shiny brochure as it's a good idea to investigate further before 'shelling' out your hard earned money. We do have a summer houses display site near Guildford in Surrey and we do have examples of many Platinum garden buildings on display as well so you see for yourself the quality and pedigree of the manufacturer. You could also take a look at this independent feedback site (opens new page) to see what previous customers are saying about them. You should be pleasantly surprised.
|Size:||The standard summerhouse sizes are 1.5m x 2.1m (5' x 7') - up to 12' x 12' as standard, but larger bespoke summer houses can be made so please ask if you need any other size or layout.|
|Cladding:||19mm (15-16mm finished thickness) pressure treated T&G OR 22mm (20mm finished thickness) T&G Loglap - (Redwood deal not the cheaper less durable whitewood) Option to line with plywood and bitumen paper between the summerhouse framing and cladding for extra strength and damp-proofness.|
|Framing:||Superb 75x38mm (2¾" x 1½") thickness on 10ft and 12ft gables. 8ft gables have 44x38mm. All have sturdy diagonal bracing in all corners for extra stability. Effectively thicker in corners.|
|Roofs:||16mm (12mm finished thickness) stained timber covered with heavy duty green mineral felt. Option for Onduline Sheets, felt shingle tiles or for a Ondulvilla tile effect roof. Standard roof overhang is 24". (NO chipboard, plywood, OSB, sterling board or sheet materials as these are unsuitable for outdoor use.) Vents added to the underside of the roof to allow for free flow of air.|
|Floors:||The extra strong heavy duty floor as standard are made from 19mm (15mm finished size) T&G timber boards set on 47 x 47mm (2x2 nominal) pressure impregnated joists for long life.|
|Doors:||Double Doors 3' 0" wide x 5' 10" (106 x 178cm) high on 8ft wide garden rooms or 4ft wide on 10ft and 12ft buildings. Glazed with toughened glass. Optional double glazing.|
|Windows:||18" wide x 65" high (46 x 165cm) joinery made. Glazed with toughened glass. Number varies with size of building. Option for opening windows, extra windows or double glazing.|
|Height:|| Standard INTERNAL eaves height is 5' 11" (181cm) on these Malmsbury building. Ridge height varies depending on width of the building. Normally about 7' 10" (240cm)|
Tall height option for with eaves height of 6ft 3in OR height to suit. Note standard and tall height is below 2.5m to avoid planning permission issues.
|Treatment:||Pressure treated timber designed to protect against rotting for up to 15 years by using the renowned Tanalith treatment.|
|Installation:||All our wooden summerhouses are erected FREE of charge in your garden, provided you provide a solid level concrete or paving slab base or timber decked area. Optionally, we have an option for building a wooden subframe (some areas) for you. These summer buildings are assembled using coach screws for ease of taking it down again if you decide to move. 10% discount for delivery only (self assembly).|
|Insulation:||If you would like an insulated building then take a look at our Platinum Contemporary Garden Rooms which are lined, insulated, double glazed and with opening windows as standard. You call have the Malmsbury style doors and windows as an option.|
|Alterations:||Any size summerhouse, can be made with extra height, extra doors, windows or partitions. If not sure please contact us for your personal quote|
|Support UK:||These Platinum Buildings are made in the UK by experienced craftsmen. You can support our British workers.|
|Optional Extras:||Double doors, extra windows, 3¾" x 1¾" framing, lining & insulation, guttering, double glazing, extra height. Please ask about anything else you may like..|
|Sizes:||Unless specified as finished size then sizes quoted are before machining which reduces the size quoted by about 3mm. Overall sizes of the Stamford Summer House are nominal METRIC sizes which are slightly smaller than imperial. Beware of other buildings with before machining measurements. Always check.|
|Delivery:||Most of England is free delivery. Cost for delivery to other areas varies according to your location.|
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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