New website launched

Posted: 14th May 2014


It has been a busy few months preparing and perfecting the website but finally we are ready for launch!

Due to our local success and client recommendations, we have made the decision to nationalise our products. It seems fair that we should not limit the beauty of our products to Beds, Bucks & Herts!!

Being a complete perfectionist, the website has taken almost 6 months to perfect!! But was certainly worth the wait, our marketing and design team have done a fantastic job, at least we think so!! Would love to hear your views, tells us what you think.

With a number of celebrities purchasing playhouses and garden buildings with extortionate price tags, we wanted to produce buildings of distinction with a more affordable price tag. Im not suggesting for a minute that we are cheap, we are not, and you will find many factory made standard garden buildings cheaper, their price is relative to the produce and skills used. However, we will not compromise quality to produce cheaper buildings, all our buildings come with an Oak framed structure, a choice of the finest quality handmade tiles which can be found on buildings of distinction around the world, certigrade one shingles, or a beautiful thatched roof which will remain beautiful for a number of years.

Internally you can expect to see hand carved oak beams and trusses, Fired Earth painted cladding, wide board floor cladding, and a unique coir rope skirting.

Our garden buildings are not a temporary solution, besides foundations they are built like a timber framed house so will outlive many of their owners! Not only does your building provide high quality useable space which is aesthetically pleasing to its surroundings, but it will also add value to your home.

We have had clients that have turned their garden buildings into a teenage den, providing their teenager with their own space and in turn giving them some space!! Lovely offices from beauty salons to tax advisory services, summer houses, beautiful spaces to relax and enjoy the garden, and even a bar!

What would you use the extra space for?!?