Style and Design
One of two buildings sometimes rather confusingly marketed as the Blockley (you can find the other here), this is an intelligently thought out corner summerhouse with large fixed windows to ensure a bright and sunny interior and plenty of space within its pentagonal design. The apex roof ensures ample headroom and overall the building has an attracive appearance to enhance any corner of the garden.
The Blockley is constructed in 12mm shiplap tongue and groove cladding of FSC approved mixed softwoods. The floor also is of tongue and groove construction while the roof is OSB sheet finished in roofing felt. The summerhouse is of high quality durable design, the wood used in the walls and floor being pressure treated with a 15 year manufacturer's guarantee. The windows are styrene for safety.
The summerhouse is nominally 7' x 7' with a total width of 10' (3.06m) and depth of 7'9'' (2.36m) at its widest and deepest points. The height at the apex of the roof is 7'10'' (2.4m).
As mentioned above the timbers and supporting joists (but not the OSB roof) of the Blockley are pressure treated meaning that no further treatment is required at the time if installation. A decorative finish may be applied if this is preferred.
Depending on the supplier an installation option may be available at additional cost.
The Blockley is delivered free to the majority of areas with full instructions ready for assembly by the purchaser. Here's a link to the full assembly instructions to let you see exactly what's involved (opens in a new window).
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