Future proof your timber building
Getting the design right at the outset can pay dividends for future proofing the building later on… Here’s why most people now choose black or anthracite grey with timber cladding.
The natural weathering process of timber is something that you just can’t stop, so with a bit of prior planning you can make sure your wooden building looks great in years to come. This is true for wooden garages, timber stables, garden rooms and home offices.
To counteract the ageing process, you have the option of regularly painting the outside with a wood paint, however in the end a majority of buildings tend to fade to a washed out grey. However, this can still look fabulous, especially if you get the colour combination right from the outset.
Get The Colours Right
By choosing black or anthracite grey doors and windows, your building will look smarter for much longer without the need for painting, as the ageing process starts to take effect:
No More Painting
Nowadays, the use of u-pvc doors and windows in a timber building will simply need a wipe down with a damp cloth, and a bit of fairy liquid. The timber itself will naturally turn silver, leaving you with a superb colour combination later on in the buildings life.
Changing The Door Colour
If the original door and window colours weren’t black or grey, you can actually change even if they’re upvc. Royal exterior from Shedcare is the place to go for this type of paint, so you can quickly get the look you desire.
So to future proof your timber building, first you need to look at how the building will adapt to the surroundings, and what maintenance you intend to do. This will make a big difference in the long run, especially as your Warwick Building is built to last at least 25 years.