Lugarde Trowbridge Gazebo Summerhouse. Fully Bespoke To Suit
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Trowbridge Summerhouse Gazebo VV12 Specifications
|✅ Width:||600 cm (other sizes possible)|
|✅ Depth:||300 cm (other sizes possible)|
|✅ Depth:||18 sq m|
|✅ Volume:||44.1 m³|
|✅ Wall Thickness:||28mm|
|✅ Roof Height:||245 (low roof) cm|
|✅ Walls Height:||217 cm|
|✅ Roof Type:||Flat Roof|
|✅ Roof Overhang:||18 cm.|
|✅ Posts:||6 post (12 x 12cm)|
|✅ Bases:||3 bases|
|✅ Kiln Dried Timber:||Northern Country Spruce 14-16% kiln dried|
|✅ System:||System Prima 3 = 1 system|
Within the extensive range of Lugarde summerhouses, this Trowbridge gazebo 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 Trowbridge gazebo 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 Trowbridge gazebo 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
✅ 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.
✅ Large range of treatment options.
✅ And much more. Just ask the question and see what we can offer.
What Is Included & Options
✅ 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)
✅ 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.
✅ Veranda floor:
✅ 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.
DNA Of A Garden Summerhouse
DNA is probably the most amazing thing discovered by man and will be responsible for understanding the meaning of life and help to find cures for many of the worlds diseases and illnesses. DNA, or deoxyribonucleic acid (what a catchy name), is the building blocks of all humans and pretty much all other organisms. DNA owes its discovery initially to James Watson and Francis Crick but many more scientists have been involved over the years.
The work done on the DNA mapping and sequencing was a massive task and helped by many organisations working together and for the benefit of mankind. Some organisations have been trying to patent DNA sections of code but this is quite ludicrous – how can something be patented which is contained in every human being.
There are many aspects of DNA besides humans, in fact all living things have DNA, everything you can see in your garden, from the flowers, the garden plants and trees and even the wood in your summer houses and out buildings contain DNA. In the 1st instance there was the individual trees cut down to make these buildings and then in another way the fact that garden sheds can be built up from constituent parts could be a similar type of construction. However, garden sheds can not be seen to have the most amazing construction as the building blocks of life do but it could be seen in principle. Who would have believed the shed could be seen this way.
At the National Botanic Garden genetic laboratory in Ireland biologists take the view that their analysis of DNA could save a number of indigenous species which are endangered. The researchers at the garden based in Glasnevin, just north of Dublin, are experimenting on a number of threatened plants. These include the Bull Island Liverwort of which only eight plants have been found. Whether you could find them in your garden or hiding behind your summerhouse is another thing altogether, however, I’m sure these experts know what they are talking about.
They have found that by the use of DNA sampling they can study these plants without any risk to these endangered species. Another endangered garden plant is the Killarney Fern, which must be native to Irish gardens, is also being studied to find how why it is not reproducing properly.
Director of the Gardens, Dr Peter Wyse Jackson said that he realised that plant conservation work they were doing needed to have a molecular basis to it. He also said that without the genetic basis to their work you are judging the book purely by its cover. DNA technology it has important as the basics like composts and garden tools found in the average garden.
The National Botanic Gardens in Ireland were founded in 1795 by the Dublin Society and is currently home to over 20,000 living plants with just a few of these residing in your garden or mine. Conservation of many garden plants plays an important role in their activities.