Ablewood Ltd was approached by the client through a recommendation to build their new garden room, the drawings had already been prepared by a local Architect. Initial works required removing the existing PVCu conservatory and foundations. The new Garden room was constructed with an Engineer designed structural steel frame to carry the large lantern. The front was a decorative designed section moulding to the client specification and machined up by our local Joiners in Idigbo. The bi-Fold doors and windows were installed in a RAL 7016 and the Origin system was used, the lantern was an Atlas aluminium section with reactive glass. A wet underfloor heating system was installed to work independently to the exiting heating, this was then finished with a lime stone tile. The outside paving was Raj Indian sandstone laid on a reinforced concrete base. Project duration was approximately 3 months to complete.
Ablewood was recommended to the client by a local Architect we have previously worked with. The plan was to turn the back of the old Farm House into a new front main entrance. Works started with clearing the site and the removal of 250 tons of soil, concrete from old buildings was crushed and set aside for reuse. Foundations were dug and all existing drains were pulled out and renewed. Working closely with the client throughout the build to establish the style and finish they wanted to achieve. Internal works included a new kitchen, downstairs shower room, the Oak door and frame was manufactured by our local Joiner and the Oak porch was fabricated on site as part of the build. The hardscaping is a mixture of Raj sandstone and Tegula sets.
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