Wiveton Summerhouse with Lacquered Floor
This hexagonal Wiveton Summerhouse
has been recently installed in our customer's garden in Harlow. The customer plans to use this building as an additional dining space, ideal for a dinner party.
Built using our weatherboard cladding, this is just one of our collection of Summerhouses - all of which include delivery and installation as part of our impeccable service. The exterior of the building is coated in Lizard Green paint from our exterior paint system: a 4 coat system, which is proven to be the best possible protection for exterior timber, meaning that it achieves a very low maintenance, durable finish. The octagonal roof is lined with grey slate effect composite roof tiles.
The interior was finished in painted matchboard lining and insulation and lacquer floor meaning that this building can still be used, even in winter.
I just had to write to you to say how happy we are with our beautiful new Wiveton Summerhouse. I also wanted to let you know how courteous, polite and efficient your construction team were. Nothing was too much trouble, they wanted to be sure that I was happy in every way with the summerhouse. I believe their names were Scott and Lee and I would be most grateful if you could pass on my thanks and congratulations to them for how they dealt with the construction work, how tidily they worked and how they even explained about the windows, door locks etc. I also want you to know what fantastic ambassadors they are for your company.
Ms T - Berkshire
The Wiveton is one of 6 standard models in our range of Summerhouses, the others include: The Cley, the Blakeney, the Morston, the Weybourne and the Holkham. We also have a bespoke range of traditional styled Summerhouses in our National Trust collection.
We encourage visitors to each of our Eight UK show centres, both new and existing customers are welcome. Here you can browse a selection of display buildings in person, allowing you to get a real feel for the luxury of our buildings. The show centre locations can be found at the bottom of this page.
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