Friday, March 09, 2007

Choosing a shed - Bartholomew

It seems I'm eating my words/hat about conservatory specialists and garden offices this week. West Sussex-based Bartholomew Conservatories have this impressive bespoke modular building constructed of oak rings which you can customise depending on the size of the building you want. It can be freestanding (one of the defining characteristics of a garden office) or added onto your house or even roof terrace, a nice idea. All their hardwood frames (usually Tulip and Utile) and glass are designed and manufactured at their own studios and workshops on site. And as you'd expect all double-glazed units incorporate safety glass and conform with BS 6262 and the latest Document L Regulations. I also like the antisun solar control glass feature which can be incorporated to reduce heat gain and glare.

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