This 'Lincoln' Summerhouse gives you and your family a space to relax and to enjoy the sunshine in your garden away from 'day to day' stresses. The design of this building is enhanced by its superb Georgian bay window giving the interior a spacious feel. The 6 pane Georgian double doors opens outward for easy access and a 4 pane opening Georgian window allows fresh air to flow through and helping to keep the building cool. Another great feature are the side 'wings' and overhanging roof making this a great building to have.
These 'Lincoln' Summer House are clad in long lasting and durable redwood deal T&G SHIPLAP and NOT the cheap and cheap whitewood normally found on other internet sites, and will last a long time. The stout internal vertical framework is 50mm x 38mm (nominal) ensuring that the building has the strength to stand up to the worse that 'Mother Nature' can throw at it. T&G timber boards (THE proper option) are used on the roof & floor rather than unsuitable chipboard, OSB or 'sheet' materials used on the 'cheap end' summerhouses available elsewhere. For your family's safety toughened glass is used as standard rather than the potentially dangerous horticultural glass used on cheaper buildings.
FREE assembly is included with this Sapphire 'Lincoln' Summer Room and this is important and will give you the confidence that it has been installed correctly. This is important for the long life of these buildings. You may be able to save a few pounds buying a 'cheap' summer house elsewhere but why take chances with this important job? Just sit back and let our experts take care of it.
Conveniently located just outside of Guildford our summer house display site has examples of the Sapphire range for you to view. Normally we have at least 2 or 3 examples of these summer buildings on display. This is because we believe you should be able to view the quality of our buildings and not just rely on a brochure or computer screen) UNLIKE most of our competitors who DON'T give you the opportunity to view at all.
Started in 1979 our background in summerhouse manufacturing 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'.
|Sizes:||This 'Lincoln' Winged Summerhouses is available in five sizes - from 8x10 right up to 16x10 in Apex (Gable or 'V Shaped) styles.|
|Cladding:||This summer house is available in these claddings - 16mm (12mm finished thickness) T&G Shiplap OR 22mm (18mm finished thickness) T&G Loglap. (Redwood deal not cheap inferior whitewood). Primer Coat Treated externally. Coach screwed construction.|
Upgrade to the Pressure Treated Option at 25% extra and the summer building cladding will be protected against rot for up to 15 years FREE of charge.
|Framing:||50 x 38mm (44 x 32mm finished size) solid vertical framing on these 'Lincoln' apex summerhouses as standard. Effectively thicker in corners when the shed is erected.|
|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 mineral roofing felt. Additional 300mm (12") roof overhang over winged front.|
|Floors:||This winged summer house floor has 16mm (12mm finished thickness) T&G boards set on 47 x 25mm (2x1 nominal) treated joists for long life. (no chipboard, sterling board or OSB board - as these are unsuitable for outdoor use). Option for floor bearers, if required.|
|Doors:||Well made double Georgian summer house doors hung on black 'ornate' hinges. This summerhouse is complete with black ornate handle with three lever lock. Toughened glass is standard in the doors for safety, no cheap glass used here, unlike some summerhouse manufacturers. Size approx 1790 x 762cm wide (70½" x 30"). Beware of doors with NO framing.|
|Windows:||Georgian Bay window on front 1035 x 1035mm (40½ x 40½") On each sides there is a top hung Georgian window 1148 x 685mm (45" x 27"). Solid and safe toughened glass at no extra charge. (Not cheap scratchable plastic or perspex). The side summerhouses windows will open as standard.|
|Eaves Height:||1865cm (73½") extra high walls on all apex summerhouses.|
|Ridge Height:||2570mm (101") on 10ft summerhouses and 2655mm (105") on 12ft wide summerhouses. Extra height available at 10% for each extra 90mm (3½")|
|Treatment:||All 'Lincoln' apex summerhouses are treated externally with a primer coat timber treatment. This makes it ready to take your timber treatment after delivery. **Optional Tanalised treatment or paint finish (paint finish extends lead time)|
|Tanalised Treatment:||Optional tanalised pressure treatment for extra long life. Includes all framing, walls, floor and roof. NOT just the walls which some garden sheds companies offer.|
If you choose the tanalised pressure treated option then the thickness of the summer house walls will be increased to 19mm (15mm finished size) instead of 16mm (12mm finished size) FREE of charge. and this will protect against rot for up to 15 years.
|Nails:||These are all rust resistant to ensure long lasting good appearance to your summerhouse. NO staples are used as these are not suitable for a quality building.|
|Installation:||All our 'Lincoln' apex wooden summerhouses 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. You need to allow, ideally 150mm (6") all around for the roof overhang.|
|Optional Extras.||Pressure treatment, heavy duty shed floor, extra height, ramp for summerhouse door. Extra or no windows. - Please Ask|
|Support UK:||These apex summerhouses are made in the UK by experienced craftsmen for over 20 years. 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. Many summer houses manufacturers quote BEFORE machining sizes making them APPEAR larger (without telling you)- ALWAYS check & don't be fooled.|
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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