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Pressure Treated SummerHouses. Free Assembly. Large Show Site

Pressure Treated Summer Houses - Surrey Display Site - Free Fitting
Pressure Treated Summer Houses - Surrey Display Site - Free Fitting


'Malmsbury' Summer Houses UK
  • 5' x 7' to 12' x 12' (or larger) SummerHouses
  • Included are Unique Fully Vented Roofs
  • Tanalised Redwood (not inferior whitewood)
  • Full Length Glazed Double Doors
  • Full Height door and windows
  • Pressure Treated Timber - 15 Years Design Life
  • ANY Size of Bespoke Summer House Made
  • Stylish & Attractive 2ft Roof Overhang
  • Heavy Duty Stout Diagonal Braced Framing
  • These Summer Houses Are Coach Screwed Assembled
  • View Similar Summer Houses at Woking Display Site
  • Free Assembly of these Pressure Treated Summer Houses

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Woking, Surrey Display Site
Insulated Summer House Option





Mr D of Yarnton. Platinum 10x8 Pressure Treated Summer Houses - ★★★★★ Star Review

Feedback: Everything was fine . The workshop was delivered on the right date and was errected OK by the team of 2 . Very pleased overall .

Response: Thanks for your note. I hope everything was to your satisfaction. Regards, Robin

Platinum Malmsbury Pressure Treated Summer Houses for Relaxing in Your Garden. FREE Installation. Fully Bespoke Options Available. Tanalised Redwood deal T+G Timber. Guaranteed. Includes Toughened Glass double doors, Wooden Floor & Roof.
Platinum Malmsbury Pressure Treated Summer Houses for Relaxing in Your Garden. FREE Installation. Fully Bespoke Options Available. Tanalised Redwood deal T+G Timber. Guaranteed. Includes Toughened Glass double doors, Wooden Floor & Roof.

Pressure Treated Summer Houses Assembled Free. Amazing Feedback
Pressure Treated Summer Houses Assembled Free. Amazing Feedback
All Combi Summer Houses Sheds
Summerhouse With Store
Summerhouse with Shed
Any Size & Design To Suit
Bespoke For You
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All Sapphire Garden Summer Houses
Sapphire Summer Buildings
FREE Assembly
ALL Sapphire Summer Houses
Over Twelve Different Models
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All Platinum Summer Houses
Platinum Stamford Summer Buildings
Tanalised Treated
ALL Platinum Summer Houses
Nine Different Models & Styles
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All Diamond Sun Rooms
Diamond Summer Houses
Free Assembly of Summerbuildings
Delightful Georgian Design
Opening Windows Included
Toughened Glass Windows

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All Garden Offices fro Working From Home
ALL Garden Houses & Offices
Toughened Glass Throughout
ANY Size Made To Suit Your Home
Double Glazed Options
Optional Insulated Summer House

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All Trentan Log Cabins
Trentan Log Cabins
Fully Double Glazed
Wood Log Cabins
Many Different Models
Display Area for Log Cabins

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Guildford, Surrey Display Site
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Win the Battle in Your Garden Against the Winter Bleakness. (From Our Blogs)
Win the Battle in Your Garden Against the Winter Bleakness. (From Our Blogs)

Author is Robin Antill - expert in garden buildings Written By Robin - Expert in Garden Buildings For 39 Years.
Hi, I'm Robin Antill, founder of 1st Choice Leisure Buildings, and I use my expertise gained over 39 years in the garden buildings industry to understand that each customer is different. With my manufacturing, retailing and customer service experience my articles help people choose their ideal shed, garden workshop, summerhouse, log cabin or garden office needs to suit their requirement and that is key to satisfaction. And what do I do when I'm not writing? You may find me following Grimsby Town Football Club or riding roller coasters - so plenty of 'ups and downs' in my life.

The summer comes and goes very quickly, that if it arrives at all, and those days in the garden relaxing has to change to accommodate the colder and wetter weather of the winter.

The garden shed being outside - well it would be silly to have your shed inside, but it take all sorts - will face the brunt of our, increasingly, wet winters. So now is the time to spend some time preparing it for its battle against the elements - sounds serious.

The most important thing to do is to ensure that the treatment on the shed will be up to the job. If your garden shed is new, i.e. in its first winter, then if possible try to paint all over the walls with a good quality preservative. Only use a spirit or oil based preservative and steer clear of any water based treatments. The way to tell what type of treatment you are buying is to look on the can in your local DIY store (known as sheds in the business), such as B&Q, Wickes or Homebase and see if you can wash your brushes out in water. If you can then that is a water based treatment. As I say avoid these types of treatments as most are only really suitable for fences and gates.

If you have had your garden shed for a few years then you need to check it over to see if it needs a further coat to enhance its protection. Generally speaking it will only be the sides of the building facing into the weather which will need treated very regularly. The sides protected by fencing and away from the prevailing weather will normally go many years without being treated.

I know this for a fact. Besides my 39 years in the garden shed and pressure treated summer houses business I built a pressure treated summer house in my garden in 2000. After I assembled it, not sure if I could still do that now as I'm now 62 but I would have a go, I painted the summerhouse with an oil based treatment. Upon checking the back wall and the right hand wall both look as good as the day I treated them. There is also about 2-3ft all the way around the summerhouse.

I will say that the gutters which I put on it may have helped so if possible always try to put gutters on your sheds if possible. It can be difficult to do that with conventional gutters which have to be screwed on but Marley have introduced a gutter system which just clips into place - perfect.

Never paint your garden shed when the timber is wet as you can make it worse, always try to wait for the timber to be dry so autumn can be a good time. By ensuring the timber is dry you will find that the treatment will soak into the timber giving even better protection.

Other issues to look out for are broken or cracked window panes. If your shed have any of these defects then mend or replace them before winter as well. Are they any broken boards then again take the trouble and replace them as these are weak points which may let you down in the depth of winter. These broken boards can also allow small rodents to get into your shed away from the cold winter weather. You may not mind this is you are sympathetic to this wildlife but do bear in mind the damage they can cause.

Besides the garden shed also take a look at your garden furniture and ensure before you put it away that it is clean and if showing signs of its age then maybe re-treat with an exterior garden paint. As this comes in a range of colours you could brighten up your furniture ready for the spring. You could, of course, brighten your garden shed up in the same way and this would provide a little colour throughout the winter months.

By protecting your garden buildings, furniture and decking before the onset of winter you will be prolonging the life of these well used items. This course of action will also help to prevent peeling, cracking, splitting or greying. This will ensure that come the spring you will be thinking to your self 'Didn't I do well?'


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Woking Garden Buildings Display Site Sutton Green Garden Centre,
Whitmoor Ln, Sutton Green,
Guildford, Surrey. UK. GU4 7QA

Phone 0333 800 8880
Our display site is normally manned and open for viewing 9.00am to 5.00pm every day

The garden centre is visible from A320 main road between Woking and Guildford.

Currently on display at Sutton Green:
are Platinum & Diamond Timber Buildings, Trentan Cabins, SafeStore, Lidget Garages & Secure storage concrete sheds.
Please see this page for a full list.



Farnham Garden Buildings Display Site Squires Garden Centre,
Badshot Lea Road, Badshot Lea,
Farnham, Surrey. UK. GU9 9JX
Phone 01252 311085
Our display site is normally manned and open for viewing 9.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Saturday & 10.30am to 4.30pm on Sundays.

The garden centre is visible from B3208 road between Farnham and Aldershot.

Currently on display at Badshot Lea: are Platinum & Diamond Timber Buildings, Trentan Garden Cabins and Lidget Garages. Please see this page for a full list.




Phone (01483) 237550 or (0333) 800 8880 - Fax (0333) 8008810
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1st Choice Leisure Buildings Established in 1979 for All Garden Buildings. Sheds, Workshops, Log Cabins
On Display for viewing near to Guildford, Godalming, Cobham, Dorking, Leatherhead and Ripley in Surrey. UK

Office ONLY Address is 260 Woodham Lane, New Haw, Addlestone, Surrey. KT15 3NS.
Close To Byfleet, Chertsey, Weybridge, Walton On Thames, Esher, Bagshot, Staines.