Platinum Southampton Reverse Apex
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 building. However, there’s no substitute for viewing these buildings in person so you can see the attention to detail given to them.
Add in the free assembly of these buildings saving you time and money and you will see what amazing value they are. Take a look at our feedback from previous customers.
Don’t Buy On Price Alone
When choosing a new building for your garden you need to check out thoroughly the specifications of it. Scrutinise the very high specifications below to ensure any prospective purchase meets the very high standards of the Platinum Southampton transverse 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?
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Specifications Of Southampton Reverse Apex
|Cladding:||Normally clad in T&G Shiplap, with standard thickness being 19mm nominal (15mm finished size) which is thicker than most other. Also available in 20mm Loglap T&G cladding OR 23mm to 6mm Rebated & Lined Weatherboard on these sectional buildings. All timber is redwood deal not cheap inferior whitewood. Tanalised pressure treated as standard with 15 year minimum expected life against rotting. Screwed together construction.|
|Framing:||Standard framework size is 70 x 33mm thick (3″ x 1½” nominal) on all buildings. Effectively thicker in corners when erected. All framework screwed together in corners, not just nailed together. Diagonal bracing in all corners for long term stability. Fully pressure treated.|
|Designs:||These Platinum Southampton Transverse are made with an gable or apex style roof. Other names for this style of roof is ‘v’ shaped roof, pointed roof, ‘saddle back’, pitched roof or angled roof. If you require a pent roof (single slope) then take a look on this page or for the standard apex roof on this page.|
|Roofs:||These transverse apex roofs are made from solid 16mm (12mm finished thickness) T&G timber and covered with the superb Onduline roofing sheets. These roof sheets are designed for very long life these roof sheets as the expected minimum period against leaking is 15 years. (no chipboard, sterling board, OSB board or sheet materials are used – as these are unsuitable for outdoor use.) Option for gutters and downpipes to conserve that precious water for your garden. Vents added in the soffits (underside of the roof) to allow for free flow of air. Option for green mineral felt, if you choose.|
|Floors:||As standard the extra strong heavy duty floor is made from 19mm (15mm finished size) T&G timber boards set on 50 x 45mm (2×2 nominal) pressure impregnated joists for long life.|
|Doors:||Fully Framed barn-like joinery-quality framed, ledged and braced 44mm thick heavy-duty double doors as standard. One pair of fully boarded doors hung on heavy duty stainless steel security butt hinges with the doors being made of hemlock and set in a framed design with heavy duty composite cill and complete with a long throw security bolt (no cost option to switch to a 5-lever mortice lock with lever handle.) Beware of doors with NO bracing.|
|Windows:||3mm clear TOUGHENED glass bedded in clear silicone is used on these windows. (Not cheap scratchable plastic or perspex). All these Southampton transverse apex buildings include at least one opening window, which is top-thin hung with 2 t-hinges and one casement stay. Option for security windows or windows with bars. The number of windows varies according to the size of the building.|
|Corner Strips:||These Platinum Southampton Transverse apex are completed with ‘Wrap Around’ corner strips. These offer extra protection to the end grain of the timber and for a smarter finish. Just another small features which goes into these buildings but shows that a lot of thought has gone into these superb garden buildings.|
|Height:||Internal eaves height is a generous 1.95m (77in) eaves on all sectional buildings. Normal ridge height is at least 2.35m (92 inches) which is less than 2.5m if you have planning issues. Please check before ordering if heights are crucial in connection with planning. |
(Internal heights quoted NOT external which most firms quote)
|Treatment:||As standard these buildings are treated completely with pressure treated Tanalith. Peace of mind included. Although the timber is protected against rotting it’s important that you apply a coat of waterproof treatment within 3 months of delivery to ensure the fullest life for your new building.|
|Nails:||All fittings and nails are all galvanised or rust resistant to ensure long lasting good appearance. NO staples are used as these are not suitable for a quality heavy duty building.|
|Insulation:||If you wish to use these all year round then consider the optional lining and insulation. Cooler in Summer. Warmer in Winter.|
|Erection:||All our transverse apex sectional garden buildings are installed FREE of charge in green delivery areas. You need to provide a solid level concrete or paving slab base or timber decked area, or maybe it could be built on your timber bearers for your new garden building to go onto. There is also an option for building a timber raft for you. Buildings are secured using screws for ease of taking them down again if you decide to move.|
|Optional Extras:||These include double or wider doors, extra windows, extra height, lining and insulation, partitions, gutters and downpipes etc – please ask.|
|Delivery:||FREE delivery is included to most of England (mainland). Outside of this free delivery zone it is often possible to deliver and assemble these buildings for a small surcharge.|
|Bespoke:||Any size or bespoke design building to suit and can be made with extra doors, windows or partitions. If not sure please contact us for your personal bespoke quote for your precise needs.|
|Viewing:||View these superb garden storage buildings before buying if you wish so you can inspect at first hand the high quality of the materials used and the construction methods. Show sites near Woking, Farnham and Guildford in Surrey. Please check which models are on site before visiting to avoid disappointment.|
|Support UK:||These Platinum Southampton Transverse Apex Heavy Duty Buildings are made in the UK by experienced craftsmen. Back our British workers.|
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.