Georgian Summerhouse

From: £1,895.00

This is a picture of a Georgian Summerhouse
This illustration shows a standard Georgian Summerhouse
This is a picture of a Georgian Summerhouse with an additional veranda.
This illustration shows a Georgian Summerhouse with an additional veranda

The Georgian Summerhouse is a classic and sophisticated design. Made using the highest quality materials and fully pressure treated tanalised timber. This building will look lovely in any outdoor space.

 

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All Prices Include Free Delivery and Installation throughout Yorkshire (refer to map)

Timber Base

Our Timber Bases are fully framed and made with 3”x2” tanalised timber

Heavy Duty Poly Felt Upgrade

Polyfelt is a polyester backed heavy duty durable roofing felt

Description

The Georgian summerhouse is a classically designed summerhouse with its large windows to allow for plenty of light. With its double 10 pane doors and 6 pane windows this building would be a stylish addition to any garden.

Please note this building comes with no veranda, a veranda can be added as an optional extra.

The Georgian Summerhouse comes as standard:

  • 12mm (Ship Lap) or 16mm (Log Lap) Heavy Duty Cladding

(Please note measurements are nominal)

  • Fully Tongued and Grooved Roof and Floor Throughout (NO OSB/CHIPBOARD USED)
  • 2×1 (Ship Lap) or 2×2 (Log Lap) Heavy Duty Framework
  • 10 Pane Georgian Joiner Made Double Doors
  • 3 Lever Mortice Lock and Black Antique Style Handle
  • Four 6 Pane Georgian Fixed Windows
  • Green Mineral Felt (can be upgraded to heavy duty poly felt for an additional cost)
  • Wrap Around Corner Strips
  • Tanalised Pressure Treated Timber
  • Black Tee Hinges

Advertised Georgian Summerhouse Buildings are depth x width eg 10×8 = 10′ Deep x 8′ Wide.

Tanalising

All our buildings are pressure treated which carries a 10 year guarantee against wood rot or insect infestation. Although all our timber is tanalised, the building will still require 1-2 coats of a sufficient oil based water repellent. We advise this is carried out as soon as possible after installation and annually there after.

Verandas

A veranda can be added on to this building for an additional cost.

Timber Base

Don’t have a suitable base for your building? We offer the option to add an additional timber base for a fraction of the cost of concrete bases. Opting for a timber base with your building will take away the hassle and added expense of having a base laid. Our professional fitting teams will take care of everything. Our timber bases are fully tanalised and carry a 10 year anti rot guarantee.

Heavy Duty Poly Felt

All our buildings come with green mineral felt as standard. As felt is a natural and perishable material we do not guarantee the longevity of standard felt. We offer the option to upgrade to our heavy duty poly felt. This carries a 12 month warranty for a small additional cost.

 

 

Please be aware that adding an additional veranda will add to the overall depth of the building.

If purchasing a timber base or polyfelt upgrade in conjunction with a building that has a veranda, these will also need to match the overall width and depth of the building:

eg. A 10’wx8’d Summerhouse + an additional 2′ Veranda would require a 10’wx10’d timber base and/or a 10’wx10’d Polyfelt upgrade.

Additional information please note:

  • The sizes listed are the external floor measurements of the building
  • We do not internally bead the windows in any of our buildings as standard
  • All images shown are for illustration purposes only and may vary to the actual finished product
  • There must be reasonable and clear access to your base and no height restrictions in order for our fitting teams to carry out installation (Minimum 8ft height clearance required)
  • Buildings over 12ft will be made sectional
  • We require a suitable solid spirit level, level base to be in situ in order for our fitting teams to install your building

Lap type information

Ship lapShiplap is a tongue and groove cladding, where a panel is created from planks of interlocking wood.
Log lapLoglap is again a tongue and groove cladding which has a slightly curved finish where the tongue meets the groove and is thicker than shiplap.
Over lapThe timber on overlap cladding is placed one on top of another so each of the boards overlap to create a panel.

For more information on cladding , click here to visit the cladding types page.

Delivery information

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