Lugarde Devizes Flat Roof Summerhouse. Fully Bespoke To Suit
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Devizes Summerhouse PR15 Specifications
|✅ Width:||420 cm (other sizes possible)|
|✅ Depth:||300 cm (other sizes possible)|
|✅ Surface:||12.6 cu m|
|✅ Volume:||30.9 m³|
|✅ Wall Thickness:||44mm|
|✅ Overall Height:||245 cm (low roof)|
|✅ Walls Height:||217 cm|
|✅ Window:||1 x PJ24|
|✅ Door (s):||1 x SD300|
|✅ Roof Type:||Flat Roof|
|✅ Roof Overhang:||18 cm.|
|✅ Kiln Dried Timber:||Northern Country Spruce 14-16% kiln dried|
|✅ System:||System Prima 3 = 1 system|
Within the extensive range of Lugarde summerhouses, this Devizes building with its flat roof will make a statement in your garden. The degree of craft and high quality shines through, so the decision on specifications is down to you.
The dense, high-quality timber from northern European forests and kiln-dried ensures the most extended life for your new building and enables it to keep its good looks.
The options and choices available such as an internal floor, treatment, cladding, roof covering, and overall design, means that the Devizes will be a delightful as well as practical addition to your garden.
The fantastic Prima=1 construction system means that no screws or nails are required in the walls assembly as these will slide into place. This patented design ensures a very robust structure and a very long life for your new building.
The Devizes Lugarde summer house, as standard, is supplied untreated (although the foundation beams are pressure treated) and features double glazed doors and windows.
Key Features Included In Price
✅ Three (3) point locking system is supplied as standard on all doors.
✅ For the greatest strength all timber is pine from northern countries. This ensures the most durable timber.
✅ Five (5) year guarantee for peace of mind.
Optional Chargeable Extras For Your New Building
✅ High quality sliding glass walls.
✅ Large range of doors and windows to suit you.
✅ Thicker or higher walls – your choice.
✅ Insulation options for the walls and roof.
✅ Insulation options for floor (if ordered).
✅ Large range of treatment options.
✅ And much more. Just ask the question and see what we can offer.
What Is Included & Options
✅ Double Glazing:
All windows and doors are fitted with HR++ double glazing
4mm glass + 16 mm argon gas filled + 4mm glass
Windows and doors have a high insulation value of 1.1.
* The only exception are the vertical style doors & windows, the glass panels of the Panel-System and the SD200 and SD300 sliding doors. All of these are fitted with 4+6+4 double glazing units.
✅ Assembly Material:
With the delivery you will receive a sports bag including:-
The floor plan
List of materials
A log book
All fastenings and metalwork’s
✅ Roof Shingles (Felt Tiles)
are Included on APEX Buildings:
Bitumen roof shingles are included
Choose from Blue, Brown, Green, Red or Black
✅ EPDM & Aluminium roof trim
are Included on PENT Buildings:
Wide aluminium roof trims
Roof water outlet
✅ Pressure treated foundation beams:
Pressure treated foundation beams require no further treatment
The foundation beams are fixed together with aluminium corner clips
The beams are included (no additional charge)
✅ Sprung Handle:
Would you like chrome or brass door fitting? It’s your choice.
Our window handles, extenders and door handles are of very high quality.
You will receive a set of keys with the handles to close your summer building.
✅ Assembly service quote:
Don’t you want to assemble your own Lugarde sun room? Ask 1st Choice for a free quotation offer for the assembly. Our approved installers and lots of experience assembling these Lugarde garden buildings. Also ask about services such as base building and electrics.
✅ Insulation quote:
Why not insulate your summer building with the superb double wall insulation system. Optionally fitted on walls, roof and floor (if supplied by Lugarde). Combined with the double glazing these buildings have true all year round use for a holiday home, fitness area, home office or hobby room
✅ Internal floor:
You can order an internal floor.
Our internal floors are made of 19mm strong tongue and groove wooden boards
Our internal floor boards are fixed to pressure treated floor beams.
An internal floor prevents rising damp.
✅ Spray impregnated doors & windows:
Spray-impregnation is a treatment to protect windows and doors against the fungi and rotting process. This treatment will take care that all parts are protected, that can’t be reached after installation. You can choose between a colourless spray-impregnation or one of Lugarde’s four translucent colours. For optimal protection we advise you to stain the windows and doors within one year. Attention If you choose the paint treatment for your windows and doors it is not necessary to choose the spray-impregnation. During staining a pre-treatment is included. Because Lugarde check EVERY order, this will be checked accurately in advance.
✅ Painted doors & windows:
Would you like to paint as less as possible? Then choose a factory-treatment for your window and doors. Because you want to enjoy your log cabin as long as possible, we will protect your windows and doors against weather influences. This is done by treating them twice with a spray-treatment as a pre-treatment and then by painting in the colour of your choice. With these three layers the windows and doors are protected against the ‘great outdoors’. They will use the Dutch quality brand Sigma paint. Attention If you choose the paint treatment for your windows and doors it is not necessary to choose the spray-impregnation. During staining a pre-treatment of spray-impregnation is included. Because Lugarde check EVERY order, this will be checked accurately in advance.
✅ Spray treatment of entire building:
Spray Treated Walls.
The entire building is treated including the parts that can’t be reached after assembly.
Your log cabin will be protected against the fungi and rotting process from day one.
You can choose from four translucent colours.
You will still need to treat the outside of your cabin within one year to protect it against any weather influences.
How I Built A Garden Building Years Ago!
Many years ago, when I was first married with no money, I needed a garden shed, so I had a brain wave – I would make one myself. For the record my wife wanted a summer house but that was not very practical.
I decided to source the timber from a demolition site where they sold wood, bricks etc. So I went along and bought loads of old floorboards for the floor, walls and roof. I needed timbers for the framework, so I got them to cut some floor joists into 2″ x 2″ timbers, and with this timber, I loaded up my trailer and headed home. A visit to the hardware shop for screws, hinges, nails and roofing felt, and I was ready to go.
My first spare weekend, I started cutting floorboards to the right length as well as the framing to size. I then laid out the framework for the walls and nailed it together. When I had done that, then came the job of fixing the floorboards to the frame to make the side. I did the same for the floor, roof and the other three walls and then was ready to build my shed.
I didn’t realise how heavy these sides were but with a little help I was able to lay down the floor and then build the walls up – starting at one corner and working my way around the building. The hardest bit was lifting the roof into position but, when that was up, I had an incredible feeling of achievement. I then added the roofing felt to make the building watertight.
It was only then I realised that there were small gaps in between the floorboards I had used on the side of the shed but ‘hey ho’ that is what it was. With some creosote and old engine oil (well this was back in 1974) I treated the outside of the shed, and it was ready to go.
In hindsight, it didn’t look too good (my wife’s suggestion of a summerhouse would not have looked so back), and I never found out what the neighbours thought about it, but it became a handy building. When I moved a few years later, I even took it apart, and it came with me. How mad is that?
The little escapade may be started me on the road to seeing whether I could make a better shed using ‘proper’ materials and in 1979 started out making sheds for other people. What I found in time that as I was able to buy in bulk that the material cost was cheaper than buying those old floorboards. These new sheds looked quite decent, and I was able to sell to my customers at a far lower price than what it had cost me to make just one.
Everyone was a winner. The customer was getting a shed ready-made, and we even started assembling them for them, and I was making a living working with wood and running my own little business.
When I look back now, I’m amazed of what I had done, but the most amazing thing was that I was able to sell ready-made garden sheds and summer house to customers cheaper than what they could have made making themselves.
So unless you want the hard work in building your own shed, it makes sense to look at the range of ready constructed building available to you. And one of the things I decided on all those years ago is that the customer should have the size and style buildings they wanted, and that has been a popular option for my customers.