This traditional summerhouse is a 2.4 x 3.0m Cley Summerhouse
, and it has been installed by a team of in-house fitters in our customer’s garden in Sleaford, Lincolnshire, to be used as a relaxing reading nook and part-time office to help the customer gain more enjoyment from their garden.
If you’re looking for a small, traditional summerhouse, the Cley is a good choice: it has a hipped roof to create a lofty focal point in your garden, and this customer chose our cedar shingle tiles to adorn the roof to enhance the rustic, traditional nature of the building.
The customer’s choice of leaded windows also heightens the traditional feel of the summerhouse. Half-glazed double doors and two single windows make up the front of the building, and two sets of double opening windows on the left-hand side will provide plenty of natural light inside, and offer the customer ample views of their garden when sat inside.
The exterior cladding is shiplap for a smooth finish, and the customer chose the green colour Sage from our Exterior paint range for the outside of their building to complement its surroundings.
Everything was well explained and communication was constant and timely. The sales team at Hilliers Hermitage went out of their way to come to our garden and show us how our ordered Cley Summerhouse would fit. The installation team - Craig and Mark - were wonderfully helpful with their suggestions for how to position internal fittings, as was the electrician.
Mrs W - Berkshire - July 2020
Internally, there is solid pine natural matchboard lining and insulation in the walls and ceiling for a cosy atmosphere, and to help the comfort and light levels further, the customer also chose our electric pack.
If you would like to know more about our range of Summerhouses, you can do so by coming to visit your closest show site. Our expert advisors will be more than happy to show you around our full range of buildings and answer any questions you may have.
Alternatively, you can also either call us on 01760 444229 or send us an online enquiry.