Contemporary Garden Office
Starting from £10,000
- UPVC French Double Doors
- Two UPVC Side Screen Windows
- Choice of Cladding
- Fully Insulated with either Rockwool or PIR insulation
- Internal Spotlights, Exterior Spotlights in overhang, Consumer Unit, 3 Double Sockets & Switch
- Choice of Laminate Floor
- Assembled by our fully trained staff
Windows & Doors
The Box Office Range comes as standard with high quality UPVC double glazed French double doors and windows. UPVC doors and windows are available in 2 different colour options with 2 choices of colours for the handles and hinges.
The doors are fitted with a multi-point lock that is insurance recognised. The windows are fitted with standard residential locks.
The windows and doors come as standard with 28mm thick double glazing but can be upgraded to triple glazing at an additional cost.
All offices come with the choice of unpainted* T&G lining boards or unpainted* 12mm plywood boards with joining strips.
*Please note, these buildings have been painted by the customer after installation.
If you would prefer to plaster your office after installation we would recommend choosing the non-insulated, non-lined and no electric option on the configurator. Alternatively you can add your own plasterboard on top of the lining provided.
All offices come with a 15mm plywood floor which sits on floor joists. The floor is insulated with 70mm PIR insulation and has a DPM built in. We offer 4 different colour options of laminate floor which are included in the overall cost of your contemporary office. Alternatively, you can choose to supply and fit your own flooring on top of the 15mm plywood.
|External Depths||2.6m or 3.2m|
|Internal Depths||2.4m or 3.0m|
|External Widths||2.4m or 3.0m|
|Internal Widths||2.2m or 2.8m|
Delivery & Installation
You can find out your delivery costs by entering your postcode on the configurator. If the website cannot provide you with a delivery cost please still submit your configuration and we will be in touch.
Installation is included within the overall cost of your building. However, we can offer a supply only discount should you choose to erect the building yourself.
|Floor Details||15mm WBP plywood onto 75mm tanalised bearers. Filled with 75mm Celotex|
|Steel Chassis (option)||Fully Adjustable steel chassis made with 100mm box section, with adjustable corners. Can be sat on unlevel hard standing, or existing uneven bases.|
|Front Aspect||Choice of French Doors & Screens or Aluminium Bi-Folding Doors upgrade|
|85mm thick - Constructed Wall Panel Details||70mm Framing, 4mm plywood, vapour barrier, tanalised shiplap cladding.|
|Choice of Cladding||Redwood Scandinavian Shiplap cladding (FSC sourced) or upgrade to Western Red Cedar (clears & better grade)|
|Roof Frames||Timber roof frames finished with 12mm sterling board, underfelt and black steel roof sheets.|
|Roof Trims||Colour coded cappings to the roof edges|
|Guttering||A standard kit of black rainwater goods are included for the back of the building.|
|Electric Kit||1 x consumer unit + 1 x Switch + 3 x Double Sockets + 1 x LED Panel with Frame.|
|Internal Insulation||Choice of either 50mm RWA45 Rockwool or 50mm PIR Insulation|
|Internal Lining||Choice of either Vertical T&G lining or 12mm Plywood with joining strips|
The adjustable frame is perfect if you have an existing hard standing area, or an old concrete pad. It is easy to assemble and can be put together by one person, therefore saving time and money on preparing the groundwork on an existing site. If you are starting from a blank canvas, you can either create a full concrete base to fully support the building, or construct 4 pads for the corners for the adjustable feet to sit on.
The steel chassis can go directly onto an existing hard standing such as an old concrete pad or paving slab base. If it is unlevel – the chassis can be adjusted by up to 100mm, to ensure the frame is level.
If you are installing on a lawn – simply remove the top level of grass, and create four hard standing pads for the four feet to sit on. You will need to dig down by 300mm – then either fill with concrete / hardcore with a paving slab – or simply fill a bucket with concrete and drop into the hole. This can be easily removed in the future if required.