Our local skilled craftworkers create everything by hand so you can tailor every part of your unique Garden Buildings
What we offer:
- Garden Offices and Studio Spaces
- Outdoor Bars and Kitchens
- Luxury Oval Glamping Pods
- Greenhouses – Large or Small to Fit Your Space
- Garden Sheds and Potting Shed
Bespoke options on all of our buildings:
- Sedum Roofs
- Living Walls
- Your Choice of Timber Cladding
- Your Choice of internal & External Paint Colour
- Wood Pellet Heating
- Electrical Packs
- Auto-vent Windows
- 100% British Sheep’s Wool Insulation
All of our unique garden buildings are made from locally sourced, British hardwood. We source all our products based on if they are local, ethical, sustainable and of the highest quality, helping to reduce our Carbon Footprint.
As well as constructing our beautiful bespoke sustainable buildings, our craftworkers use all the ‘off cuts’ to create unique designs and furniture to complement them. Have a chat with our team about creating something for you space.
Versatile insulation rich in British sheep’s wool and is a great choice insulation for walls and roofs. The millions of tiny air pockets can trap air, thus creating a thermal barrier from outside temperatures. This natural material can also naturally regulate humidity levels in the home. If you ever touch a sheep outside during a rainstorm, you will probably be amazed that fine that their wool will feel dry to the touch
Thermafleece CosyWool slabs are manufactured from 75% British sheep wool and 25% polyester and is suitable for all applications.
Cork is a natural raw material which is 100% biodegradable, recyclable, and renewable. The use of natural expanded cork boards on a building ensures maximum thermal insulation and a significant acoustic protection, simultaneously preserving the environment.
Natural and renewable (extracted from the cork-oak tree every 9 years), the cork is a breathable insulating material, free from any chemicals, synthetic resins or carcinogenic materials, which contributes for a healthy environment inside our homes. The cork’s low thermal conductivity offers a high energy efficiency, thus contributing to an environmental and economic saving.
The air which fills the cells in the cork that makes it an excellent thermal insulator. The same protective principle can also be found in other natural products, such as wool and feathers, and in industry, such as double glazed windows, for example. However, none of these materials have such a high level of insulation as cork.
Sedum is a low growing plant from the family Crassulaceae, commonly known as stonecrops. It typically reaches a height of 2cm to 5cm and forms a tightly knitted carpet on a green roof. Sedum is an ideal plant for green roofs not only because it requires little maintenance but also because there are a wide variety of plants making it possible to create a beautiful low maintenance green roof.
Green roofs help ease the load on drainage systems by reducing water run-off. They provide additional insulation and prolong the life of the roof by protecting its surface from the elements.
Improved Air Quality:
One of the benefits of a sedum roof when used on our unique garden buildings is the improved air quality. Adding plant life and vegetation to the roof of your garden building can help to filter out harmful toxins from pollution. The plant leaves trap harmful dust particles in the air. With the almost constant cycle of evaporation the air temperature can be cooled. This results in your sedum roof reducing the amount of smog and improving the quality of the air around your property. In addition to soaking up pollution the plants in green roofs naturally absorb carbon dioxide!
Increased Energy Efficiency:
With the effects on the environment, recent hikes in energy prices and a lot of political and social focus being applied to conserving energy, it’s easy to see why improving energy efficiency is such a top priority for individuals and businesses. A sedum roof could help you achieve just that. By installing a sedum roof on your garden office or studio, you could make big reductions to energy usage. A sedum roof can actually reduce the loss of heat through the roof. The layers of vegetation will provide additional insulation to your building. This means that in the winter you won’t have to spend as much money on heating bills, leading to big savings.
A sedum roof can also help prevent your roof from becoming too hot during the summer. Overheating usually raises the temperature in your building. This is not the case for properties with a sedum roof.
Great habitat and food source for wildlife:
One of the many benefits of installing a living green roof is the appeal it will have on wildlife. They create new habitats and food sources for mini-beasts and birds, aid conservation of endangered species and increase biodiversity. Sedum is great for having a particularly long flowering season producing both pollen and nectar throughout the warmer months. They have shown to promote the growth of other wildflowers that bees and butterflies also love.
A greenhouse auto vent is essential for moderating the temperature inside your greenhouse.
As hot air rises it needs to escape, if you’re not around, an automatic roof vent will allow this to happen.
It requires no electricity and isn’t solar powered. They are in fact powered when the cylinder part of the autovent which is filled with wax heats up, the wax liquifies and the piston moves forward opening your greenhouse’s roof vent. As it cools, and the wax solidifies, the vent closes.
For lighting and using any equipment in your building, you may wish to consider our electric pack to enable you to use your outdoor building all year-round.
Our units are professionally fitted by qualified electricians who take all the wiring to a consumer unit ready for you to connect to your electricity supply. Internal wiring will be fitted behind the internal lining. We can also supply your building with a heater if required.