Shed type and roof and size
This is a corner summerhouse that is ideal for smaller gardens or gardens that just need extra space in which to relax. It measures 238.8 cm in width and comes out at 234.4 cm in width internally. As regards the depth of the building, it measures up at 251.8 cm before going down to 240 cm in depth internally.
It has a simple and attractive apex roof ,and this does a lot towards ensuring that the building does not suffer in the rain. In addition to this you also get a real benefit in the material the roof has been made in. With tongue and groove work throughout the roof, you are looking at a building that will withstand rainwater for years to come. On top of that, it is also very solid.
Cladding and frame and floor
There is tremendous value in the cladding too. We have always focused on cladding as being integral to a high quality building, it’s basically one of our benchmark aspects of a building. And when it is done this well we get excited. For this amazing price point, you get tongue and groove cladding too, which ensures that the building is tougher and more durable through the years ahead. Having this kind of cladding means timber locking together seamlessly, and therefore making for a heavy and more durable building.
They have switched things up a little in the flooring choices. You can of course opt for nothing and just fit the base etc. yourself. Or you could go for solid sheet. However, with us and our preferences we wouldn’t look at anything other than the tongue and groove option the company offers. It just makes more sense to you as the consumer, and it means that you get a longer lasting building. Summerhouses, when used properly, are busy places, so you need to ensure that your floor is tough.
Treatment requirement and warranty
It’s all done for you. You have a treatment pre-applied at the factory, so you can quite easily leave it as it is. This means no annual treatment for you. Its a nice touch and just makes the building have it’s own durable quality.
Doors and windows
The best windows in summerhouses these days are glazed with styrene. It’s tougher and shatterproof. It also has much more durability compared to glass. These 3 opening windows have styrene in them, so you not only get tough glazing but also opening windows for ventilation.
Security and privacy
You can buy a deluxe padlock and protector as an extra, and you can also be rest assured that the styrene glazing provides that shatterproof aspect too.
That lock and protector set is one of the customisation options. And you can obviously choose your flooring to some degree too. However, you can also add shelving to the unit, which makes for a more practical piece of work.
The manufacturer has also allowed you some flexibility in colour, with you being able to choose the colours in the trim and the walls. This means you get some customization and it allows you to have a personal touch.
That tongue and groove goes a long way, and any building that has it is good quality in our book. You also have a strong level of quality as in the design etc. with those 3 windows proving to be very effective and attractive.
Longevity Of Materials
Tongue and groove work is always welcome. But you also have that styrene in the windows too.
You can fit shelving if you want to, but we would recommend thinking about how you are to use the summerhouse before covering the interior in it.
Ease Of Installation
Couldn't be easier, but it does make a difference if you have two of you doing the work. A special assembly kit is an extra to be purchased if you need it.
This is sturdy stuff We like a lot of the features here, especially that tongue and groove. And it is nice to see so many windows at this price point.
Final Thoughts: Tongue and groove helps a building like this, and it helps us to like a building like this too. Apart from that, it is a suitable building for anyone who doesn't have too much space, but just wants a corner to be better filled.
Prices around: £629
View Product on Recommended Retailers Site...