Double Wooden Garage, Hampshire. Mr C is an existing customer and we were extremely happy when he came to us for a second building. The first building he had was in 2020 and here is the original project.
He was very happy with the original project and after the recent storms he wanted a 20ft square garage with 3 larhe windows to match in with the existing building and take advantage of the amazing views.
Our timber garages are constructed using 100mm x 38mm timber framing clad with tanalith BS8417 shiplap, bitumen paper and 4mm plywood lining. This standard garage, has 300mm overhangs to the sides and front with guttering down both sides, the overhang to the rear is 150mm. The eaves height on this double garage with standard double doors in the gable end is normally 7’ 1” plus the single engineering brick course. The ridge height varies depending on the width of the garage but sits generally around 3.5 metres. We can manufacture the ridge height to be no higher than 2.5m if required to sit within the planning regulations.
This timber garage comes with two sets of standard barn doors, in this case just the one and the garage also comes with guttering, either black or brown with down pipes.
The standard covering for the roof is now felt tiles, a metal roof with underfelt. Tapco Slate or Cedar shingles are additional options
One concern for a number of customers is the damp proofing. When the sections are bolted through the single course of bricks into the concrete base the timber clad runs 50mm down the outside of the brick. In addition to this the vapour barrier also runs down the same distance ensuring no rain water can get into the building. One further measure is a DPC is attached to the bottom rail of the section which sits on the top of the brick and stops any moisture in the brick rising up into the timbers.
If you are interested in this design or would like something similar please do not hesitate to contact us for a quotation?
“Very happy with my second building, great service and product!” Verified Review By Houzz
Mr C – Meonstoke, Hampshire