Make us your 1st Choice and buy your Sectional Garages for Sale to Horsham
See the Quality at our Show Rooms for Yourself – Finest Selection of Garden Buildings
With over thirty-nine years experience in the garden & leisure building industry we can easily spot the difference between a good quality building and an exceptional one and we positively refuse to lower our standards. You may find cheaper ones but you won’t find better for delivery to Horsham. Lidget, who we have partnered with, have been carefully chosen to offer the finest selection of concrete buildings, with the best after-sales service, at the very best prices.
Comprehensive Display Site not Far from Horsham For Viewing
We believe that it is vital that you are given the opportunity to inspect a sectional garage before parting with your money so we have established easily-accessible display sites near Guildford (large display) and Farnham (a small display) in Surrey which is not too far away from Horsham where you can come and view Lidget garages including sectional workshops. You can browse at your leisure without worrying about any high pressure salesmen pouncing on you (not that we would employ that type in any case!). If you need any help then we are there to advise. And before you know it your new building will be installed (FREE) at your home and you will be able to enjoy some its benefits
Directions Available For You
The above map will give you directions from Horsham to our display sites where you can our range of sectional concrete buildings.
Full installation (Erection) Service Included **
Our full range of buildings will be installed free of charge at the time of delivery providing there is a suitable base. And if there isn’t, don’t worry, we can build that for you too for a small extra charge.
Experts in concrete garden buildings as well as timber, metal, plastic. And so much more so take a small drive from Horsham and come and see us.
Garden sheds can help to improve the environment, just by ensuring that sustainable sourced timber is used. There is a number of certified schemes existing at the moment such as the Forest Stewardship Council as well as the Forestry Commission. All these organisations ensure that only trees which don’t affect the environment are used and that they are replaced with new trees. The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is a not for profit organisation which was established in 1993 to promote responsible management of our forests.
By ensuring that your garden sheds are sourced from protected areas you can make a contribution to help tackle climate change which we are always hearing about. This has to be good thing for all our futures as well as our children and their children. Where possible when making any repairs to your garden shed also try to ensure that sustainable timber is used, which thankfully, is normally the ‘norm’ in Britain.
Another popular option for garden shed is to have a ‘living roof’. This helps to keep your garden building warm in the winter and cooler in the summer and also will encourage garden wildlife. Allowing grass, moss and various plants does create an habitat for insects and small animals to thrive but that is not always in everyone’s comfort zone. However, it’s not always very easy to do this unless the shed is designed to take the weight of the grass and soil. There is also the issue by making the shed roof stronger to take the weight of the living roof you can make the use of materials not quite so green, so a bit of compromise in certain situations.
You could also experiment with different types of materials for your garden shed which can be beneficial to the environment, such as combining compacted earth and clay to help retain warmth in the building, however, you need to ensure that by doing so you don’t encourage rot against the timber of the shed.
Only recently it was reported that garden makeovers can be detrimental to wildlife as hedgehogs needs space to move around to find food and often go from one garden to another. When fences with gravel boards (often concrete) are used this stops them in their pursuit for food. Also, garden sheds often don’t have any space underneath them as people try to stop rats and mice getting underneath them but this does not help these hedgehogs. The population of hedgehogs has dropped by 25% in the last 10 years and without help with continue to plummet through out the Horsham area.
Do you have a ‘living roof’ on your shed and do you have any reservations about it? Do you see any hedgehogs in your garden and do you have any issue with this little creatures?