Friday, March 28, 2008

Choosing a shed - inhus

Paul Raven from Suffolk-based inhus has been in touch to tell Shedworking about the company's range of garden offices which was born from a need to find a company that could supply an modern garden office that came complete with all the works to run a normal office and enhance the garden. Here's what Paul says:
"So having got seriously frustrated we decided (as our main business is working on 3D cad systems) that we would design and manufacture our own building: this is a modular based wall/ceiling assembly and can be erected and supplied within 3/5 days including the red western cedar cladding. We have opted to use a faced melamine MDF board for the interior walls so not to use “wet” trades like plastering - this eliminates cracking.

"The inhus uses a roof material called EPDM or Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer, a synthetic rubber material made by Firestone. We have chosen this to guarantee a watertight roof for 25 years. The EPDM is a one piece roof sheet that means no joins, no nails, no tears, no leaks, no maintenance, this means you can sleep safely at night in any weather. Using the EDPM system we can also offer an Eco-friendly green roof system. The building is also fully insulated from the floor, walls and ceilings. We are using a UPVc 28mm double glazing, however wood / aluminum alternatives can be offer including bi-folded doors system should the customer require."

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous12:50 PM

    We have an Inhus although we are pleased with the product overall the aftersales services is deplorable to say the least.As with anything problems have arisen with the structure which are fixable but the company have chosen to ignore all our requests. I would not use them again for this reason. Buyers beware you may end up spending more money on putting things right!