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Telephone: 01225 774 566
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Website: http://www.gardenaffairs.co.uk/
Location: Wiltshire, All UK & Northern Ireland

Garden Affairs offer luxury garden summerhouses in a huge variety of sizes and styles. As with all their garden buildings, if you want something special, you can have a summerhouse designed exactly to your specifications at no additional design cost.

Want a summerhouse in the winter too? No problem – just choose a double glazing and insulation upgrade where it doesn’t come as standard.

The Prima Summerhouse range is amazingly flexible, with a huge range of luxury styles, sizes and shapes. This range comes double glazed as standard, and offers factory pre-treatment and a choice of stain colours. You can opt to assemble it yourself, or if you choose Garden Affairs installation you can also opt for cedar or slate effect roof finishes.

The Classic Summerhouse range is premium quality and German manufactured. A wide variety of period or modern styles can be further customised with unusual window and door designs, and these lovely summerhouses are available pre-painted in a huge range of colours.

Love the warm smell of cedar? That’s the durable, weather resistant timber the Chelsea Summerhouses range is built from here in Britain, finished in a choice of heritage colours. Octagonal or corner designs are available, and the high cedar-shingled roofs are finished with attractive finial or weathervane options.

Scotts of Thrapston summerhouses are deserved popular, especially for smaller gardens. These British-made summerhouses come with a range of integrated seating and upholstery to maximise interior space and storage, and you can also pick leaded glass windows, built in shelving and internal panelling.

Dreaming of summer? Come and be inspired at the Garden Affairs show site in Trowbridge, Wiltshire, with a wide range of summerhouse options to choose from.

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