Large decked area completed.

Building the joist framework

9 mtrs long x 3.6 mtrs wide. Stepped with curved edging.
Finished with clear decking preserver and sealer.

Shed the commute!

Shed the commute!

Would you like to work from home?
Are you working from home and would like more space?
If so, why not have a home insulated office at the bottom of your garden? You can be out when it's time for work and away from the household routines and distractions with no more commuting to work! 

Insulated garden studio completed in Titchfield, Hampshire

Insulated garden studio/gym 17' x 11'.

Double doors at gable end, canopy overhang, 3no. full length opening windows to side, double glazing, brown shingle roofing, decorative finials. Finished in cuprinol shades Seagrass. 4no. double sockets, exterior sensor light, exterior socket, cctv, 4 no. 5' long internal light fittings. Internal window and door architrave and skirting, interior painted white. Flooring heavy duty vinyl. Heating included.

 Outer shell being installed

 Fitting out internal insulation and plasterboard -
Kingspan kooltherm composite k18
onto 25 x 50mm treated battens.
 Painting the fully insulated walls and vaulted ceiling
 Hand painting the outside cuprinol shades 'Seagrass'
Finished insulated cabin awaiting perimeter landscaping

Latest testimonial has been received for an insulated studio size 14 x 10'.

Southwicks have just finished our new garden studio, and we are absolutely delighted with the results. Jon and his team have been really committed to the project from start to finish, keeping us well informed on progress/deliveries etc, and both listening and advising when it came to deciding on the design and finish. We now have a practical work space that is attractive both inside and out, and much admired by any visitors! We wouldn't hesitate to recommend Southwicks. 

Emma and Simon Catley. Christchurch

Garden office recently completed

14 x 10'. Finished in Cuprinol shades willow. Georgian glazing. Real wood flooring boards. 8 antique brass spot lights.


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