Wiveton Summerhouse in Buckinghamshire
This attractive Wiveton Summerhouse is 2.4 x 3.0m in size, and it has been installed in our customer’s newly landscaped garden in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. As with all of our buildings, this particular model includes delivery and installation as part of our complete service offering. The customer plans to have this Summerhouse as the focal point of their garden, whether that is to entertain from, or relax in.
To get the most use out of their Summerhouse, they chose to have full insulation, painted matchboard lining, double glazing, and an electric pack. This will allow the customer to comfortably use their Garden Building throughout the year.
To allow the building to blend in with the patio around it, they chose the neutral paint colour, Pebble from our Valtti paint range. Valtti paint forms a bond with the timber to ensure that the timber is protected from the elements and that redecoration is kept to a minimum. Cedar shingle tiles have been used on the roof, and the windows are leaded in style to create a traditional feel to the building.
We have recently taken delivery and fitment of a 3.0 x 3.0m Wiveton Summerhouse and are completely delighted! Both the crews who laid the base and constructed the building were friendly, polite and helpful. They were well-organised and left the site clean and tidy. The summerhouse looks beautiful. Thank you to you all for a first class service! We shall certainly recommend your company to all our family and friends, those that have already seen it are green with envy anyway!
Mr & Mrs B - Buckinghamshire
When in the process of choosing a garden building for your home, we highly recommend exploring them in person at one of show centres across the UK. This way you can clear up any concerns you may have by talking to one of our on-site experts and get a feel for the quality of the buildings we produce. It can also help you to identify the perfect building to complement your garden.
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