Holkham Summerhouse with Electrical Pack and Heater
This classical Holkham was recently installed for a customer based in Lidstone, Oxfordshire. Measuring 3.6 x 4.2, this spacious Summerhouse
was installed as a year-round retreat at the bottom of the customer’s picturesque garden, which looks out over the rolling hills of the Cotswolds.
Internally, the summerhouse benefits from full insulation and painted pine lining in the airy shade of ivory. The customer also opted to add an electrical pack and heater, so that pleasant temperature can be maintained throughout the year, as well as the use of appliances and lighting. There are 4 opening windows so that fresh air can pass through the building on balmy summers’ days and double entrance doors that can be pinned back, our customer also chose to add 2 Velux® windows to further allow natural light.
When I first wanted to look at the Crane display at Burford, Andrew was wonderfully helpful. He instantly understood what I was looking for, although I was not sure myself, and persuaded me to look at sheds which were cheaper than I originally thought I wanted. As a direct result of this, I decided to order a Holkham Summerhouse as well as a couple of sheds! When Andrew came to my house to advise on where the sheds should be sited, he again suggested solutions I had not thought of; he pointed out that my original idea involved unacceptably pruning a tree. By the end of it, I felt that Andrew was a personal friend, and later when I spoke to Robert on the phone, it was clear that everything I had discussed with Andrew had been passed on so I did not have to explain anything and felt that he too was a friend. It was a very professional operation.
Mrs H - Oxfordshire - September 2020
Externally, the apex roof of the building is covered with grey-slate-composite tiles and the shiplap timber cladding is coated with our layered paint in the shade of Sandstone. This paint finish will not only protect the building from fungus and woodworm but will also keep its colour and quality for years to come. Summerhouses and various other garden buildings, you can do so online at our extensive webpage. If you would like to view the buildings for yourself, you are welcome to visit one of our show sites and take a look at the buildings