Burnham Studio with Cedar Shingles
This 2.4 x 3.6m Burnham Studio
has recently been installed in the corner of our customer’s lovely garden in Chelmsford, Essex to be used as an office for the customer to give her a bit of distance from the hustle and bustle of the home.
This Burnham has got cedar shingle roofing tiles in a lovely terracotta colour, and in around six months, they will have silvered down. This is because they are a natural material, made from high quality Canadian cedar; they are weather resistant and have a life expectancy of 25 to 35 years.
This Burnham has got a set of double doors (with full length glass) on the right side of the front, with three full length glass windows to the left of the doors. There are also two more full length glass windows on the right gable end, extending the customer’s view of their garden.
Well I'm delighted that all appeared to go so smoothly for you team who came over to construct the "shed"! Thank you to you and all staff involved in purchase and construction of the building: it is a superb piece of work and the quality of the workmanship is much to be admired. We are delighted with our "Burnham studio" although maybe it should be re-named Burnham Palace! Please convey a message of appreciation to all your staff involved including those at your base, your friendly fitters like the three musketeers in the photo and sub-contractors such as Callum the electrician.
Mr & Mrs M - Cambridgeshire - March 2017
The paint on the studio is Valtti Ivory, and the window and door furniture is polished brass. There are also two opening fanlight windows on the back wall of the studio to allow for ventilation.
Inside the office, the customer opted for natural matchboard lining, full insulation in the walls, ceiling and floor, and draught excluders are fitted in the windows and doors. This means that this building will be completely able to use as an office all year round.
We have six show centres across the country at our factory HQ in Norfolk, Edwalton in Nottinghamshire, Burford in Oxfordshire, Newbury in Berkshire, Sunningdale in Surrey and Brighton in East Sussex if you would like to visit your closest centre to have a look at the buildings for yourself.