These ‘Bolney’ Garden Rooms are very well made with their heavy joinery made Georgian doors and windows, which includes at least two opening windows for natural ventilation. Constructed using a thick 2×2 vertical framework and clad with a redwood deal (not the cheaper, less durable whitewood used on ‘cheap’ garden offices) T&G shiplap boards with an option for the slightly thicker attractive loglap finish. You will find that all materials used on these garden offices are top quality with nothing spared in making a well-made building.
These ‘Bolney’ Home Garden Office Assembled Free of Charge
When your new garden room is delivered it will be assembled for you at no extra charge. All you need to do is to provide a solid concrete, paving slab or timber decked base for the office to go onto. We also are able to offer an option if you can’t do that as there is an option for a timber subframe base which can be supplied, built and levelled for you to save you the worry.
Garden Offices Made to Suit Your Bespoke Requirements
As everyone has different needs or has different gardens there is often a need for a bespoke garden office. We can offer this, unlike many web-based companies, so whatever your needs are it can be met. Just ask and we will do our best to help and the only limitation is that your proposed garden office will need to be square or rectangular. Other than that – more or less anything. So if you need a garden office made to your bespoke requirements then you should talk to us so you get the home office to suit YOU – just ask.
Can I Insulate My Summer Room After Delivery?
It’s reasonably easy to insulate a summerhouse if you have semi-reasonable DIY skills. You would need to buy polystyrene or fibreglass insulation and then cut this and fit it in between the internal framework. The fibreglass insulation will need tacking into place to stop it moving before you fix the inner skin. This can be plywood, hardboard (which you can get with an attractive veneer on it) or even T&G boarding. This is OK for the walls but the roof can be a little tricky as you have to put the insulation into place, but you have gravity working against you, making fitting the inner skin fiddly. You would need 2 or 3 people to do the roof. After you have completed that it would also be a good idea to use cover strips over the joins to finish it off. Or take a look at our fully insulated Platinum Home Offices.
The ‘Bolney’ Garden Home Office is Normally on Display for Viewing.
If thinking about a new garden home office it’s good practice to see one ‘in the flesh’. Take a visit to our show site between Woking and Guildford to see one for yourself. We currently have one on display with an internal partition with a rear store, just to show you how versatile these garden rooms can be. It also worth taking a look at an independent customer feedback (opens new page) such as this one to get a feel for the building from previous customers. Be very wary about feedback site run by the websites as these can be manipulated quite easily.