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Why Not Consider A Multi Purpose Workshop With Additional Room?
Platinum Fareham Reverse Apex Buildings
A Platinum Fareham Workshop is so much more than any other timber building. The sturdy frame and maintenance free Onduline roof covering provide a long-lasting home for all your gardening tools whilst the toughened glass opening windows ensure a comfortable place to work.
Often used as a craft or hobby room it would be equally at home used as a garden games room for more leisurely activities.
Choose from three different pressure treated cladding finishes and a large variety of sizes and specifications to suit your space and budget requirements.
Each building comes with a set of wide double doors for easy access and ample windows. The number of window sets will vary depending on the size of the building but these, like the doors, are positioned to suit: a fully bespoke building at an ‘off the peg’ price.
These buildings need to be seen to see how good they are. Beauty is in the ‘eye of the beholder’ and this is certainly true with wooden buildings. However, there’s no substitute for viewing these buildings ‘in the flesh’ so you can see the attention to detail given to these buildings.
Don’t Buy On Price Alone
When choosing a new workshop for your garden you need to check out thoroughly the specifications of it. Examine the very high specifications below to ensure any prospective purchase meets the very high standards of the Platinum Southampton apex.
By doing so you will see that these buildings are unbeatable for quality. They are more expensive than a ‘run of the mill’ building but no corners are cut when making it. NEVER made ‘down to a price’. You MAY save some money but will you get what you really want?
Examine The Quality
Types and Styles of Garden Shed and Choosing the Right One
Sturdy 75mm x 38mm (70mm x 34mm finished) pressure treated framing which is diagonally braced and screwed together before being lined with a white/grey vapour proof lining and clad externally with your choice of:
• 19mm (15mm finished) pressure treated T&G Shiplap
• 22mm (20mm finished) pressure treated T&G Loglap
• 23mm – 6mm pressure treated Weatherboard
19mm (15mm finished) pressure treated T&G on 47mm x 47mm pressure treated joists. Option to upgrade to 22mm (20mm finished) pressure treated T&G if required.
Maintenance free Onduline sheeting (no cost option for green mineral roofing felt) on 16mm (12mm finished) T&G match boarding with roof purlins and rafters supported as necessary on sturdy roof trusses and beams. The roof incorporates a unique soffit venting system which ensures good airflow within the roof space.
On reverse apex models there is a generous internal eaves height of 1.83m (6’) raising to:
• 1.8m (6’) = 2.05m (6’ 9”) • 2.4m (8’) = 2.13m (7’)
• 3.0m (10’) = 2.13m (7’) • 3.6m (12’) = 2.13m (7’)
All external roof heights (up to 3.6m span) comply with the 2.5m maximum height restriction imposed when erecting a building under Permitted Development.
A set of 1.52m (5’) wide heavy duty Framed, Ledged & Braced joiner made double doors set in a proper frame with a composite cill are standard; the frames of the doors being made from 44mm thick Hemlock for stability and hung on stainless steel security butt hinges for optimum performance and longevity. There is a choice of a long throw security bolt or a five-lever mortice lock and lever handle to suit your requirements. The exact door opening will vary depending upon the model ordered and the position with the building but the clear opening will be 1.5m (4’ 11”) wide x at least 1.69m (5’ 7”) high on the Fareham model or 1.8m (5’ 11”) on the Southampton model. There are a full range of alternative door sizes and styles available – please see our price sheet or ask for further information.
Each building is fitted with at least one joinery-made bay of windows; the precise number varies according to the size of the building in question. They are toughened glass as standard – there is an option for double glazed units – and each bay features a top-hung opening sash:
• 1 pane window set: 0.51m (1’ 8”) wide x 0.66m (2’ 2”) high
• 2 pane window set: 0.98m (3’ 3”) wide x 0.66m (2’ 2”) high
• 3 pane window set: 1.45m (4’ 9”) wide x 0.66m (2’ 2”) high
• Pressure treated floor, cladding and framing for long life
• Doors and windows configured to suit
• Optional lining and insulation
• Option for exterior to be painted in a lacquer or
• Free on-site installation in most areas
• Choice of Apex or Pent roof styles
All specifications are subject to change.
All sizes are nominal. E&OE.
Model PTAM is a reverse apex modal which has the double doors in the middle and a window either side. The building has to be at least 10ft wide to get the double doors in. The number of windows varies according to the size of the building.
Model PTAL is a reverse apex modal which has the double doors set to the left of the windows. The building has to be at least 12ft wide to get the double doors and three windows in. The number of windows varies according to the size of the building.
Model PTAR is a reverse apex modal which has the double doors set to the right of the windows. The building has to be at least 12ft wide to get the double doors and three windows in. The number of windows varies according to the size of the building.