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Garages Slow Grown Spruce
Garages Slow Grown Spruce II
 
Slow grown spruce
 

Unlike our competitors, we only use high-quality spruce timber in our garden garages rather than the cheaper alternative pine or mixed timber. Why do we use slow grown spruce rather than the much cheaper alternatives?

 

Spruce is considered more stable as it expands and contracts less than pine. This stability means that the spruce walls of our garden buildings minimise gaps appearing as the timber changes along with the weather.  We responsibly source all our timber, where it grows slowly in the cold northern regions. We all know the old adage of counting the rings to see how old a tree is, well our timber grows slower, and takes longer to get to size meaning it has more rings in it. This means it has a tighter grain, and each ring helps prevent cracks and shakes appearing in the densely packed timber.

 

Our garden buildings really are built to last therefore we use only the highest quality, slow-grown spruce.  Spruce is much more resilient to warps and splits compared to its cheaper alternative pine. Being a whitewood, it doesn’t discolour anywhere near as much as pine so it is also much more aesthetically pleasing for a log garage. Considered more stable, less knotty and resinous than pine, spruce will also produce a lot less sap. It is also less dense meaning it is not as susceptible to mould and rot.

 

Many manufacturers use a mix of timber saving them money. They will buy the lowest cost timber and then mix these up during production, often using finger joints. Ending up with a wooden garage, where the walls are a mix of pine (redwood) and spruce (whitewood). Not only does the timber garage then look comical, with stripy walls of different timbers, but this just shows a lack of pride about the finished product.

 

 
Garages 2 Point Door Lock System
Garages 2 Point Door Lock System II
 
2 Point Door Lock system
 
Our garage doors feature a dual point locking system. The hasp and staple fastener is fitted to the door and then screwed in. After the door lock is locked, the hasp and staple keep plate installed in the door frame to ensure maximum security.
 
 
Garages Tall Walkthrough Height II
 
Tall walkthrough height
 
With our extra tall doors, unless you are over 1.86m (6'1'') tall you can walk right the way through without any danger of bumping your head.
 
Garages Avoid Sagging Roof
Garages Avoid Sagging Roof II
 
Avoid sagging roofs
 
Our heavy duty 140mm or 210mm high by 45mm wide supporting roof beams prevent unsightly sagging.
 
Garages Hinges Chunky Garages Hinge Bolt
Garage Hinges Chunky Garages Hinge Bolt Side
 
Strap Hinges
 
We supply you with six robust strap hinges to hang your barn doors with. These strap hinges are not only screwed in to place but bolted through both the door and the framework, making it harder for intruders to remove the barn doors and enter the garage.  
 
Garages No Glued Together Offcuts
Garages No Glued Together Offcuts II
 
No Glued together Offcuts
 
We only use full lengths of timber in our garden buildings - we don't glue separate offcut pieces together with finger joints. Not only are they stronger, but they look much better too.
 
Garages Free Fixing Pack
Garages Free Fixing Pack II
 
Free Fixing Pack
 
We include all the screws, nails and fixings needed to put your garden building together - not everyone is that thoughtful. It also saves you having to worry about what sort of screws you'll need, what length and other such things, the right fixing for the job is included in the kit!
 
Garages Fully Pressure Treated
Garages Fully Pressure Treated II
 
Fully pressure treated
 

All of our timber frame garages are fully pressure treated as standard. We take the pre-cut lengths of timber and place them in a large pressure treatment tank, where the timbers are impregnated with a non-toxic preservative. We add a colourant during this process, giving the timber a rich brown colour. By pressure treating the timber, we can offer a genuine 10-year guarantee against rot and insect infestation.

 

This treatment prevents the timber from rot, decay and insect infestation for up to 10 years. Due to this costly but effective process we can offer our customers a genuine 10-year guarantee against rot and insect infestation on all the timber. We only suggest that you apply a good quality water repellent to prolong the longevity of the timber.  

 

 
Heavy Duty Framework Atremis
 
Heavy duty structure
 
Our thick roof boards are made from 19mm pressure treated slow grown spruce. This heavy-duty material is perfect for withstanding anything the British weather can throw at it. Supported by full lengths of heavy-duty purlins, which come in a whopping 140mm x 45mm. These oversized purlins will prevent the roof from sagging.

 

We use chunky 140mm x 140mm posts which not only look pleasing but they also support the heavy-duty roof purlins, guaranteeing a strong robust structure which is built to last.

 

Attached to the chunky posts is a 70mm framework with full lengths of 15mm shiplap cladding. The cladding interlocks creating a strong watertight bond along with a channel that allows rain to run off the garage to the ground quickly. Not only is this cladding design practical but also creates an attractive, professional appearance.

 
High Internal Eaves Artemis 3.0x5.0
 
High Internal Eaves
 
Our internal eaves are typically higher than other comparable products on the market, reaching 6 feet 11 inches, and the roof boards are higher still. There's plenty of room inside for you to walk around without bumping your head and plenty of space for storage also.
 
19mm Roof Included As Standard Artemis Single
 
19mm Roof Included As Standard
 
All our log garages are supplied with 19mm tongue & groove roof boards as standard. We don’t see the need to charge you for something you expect to be included when you buy a heavy-duty garage. Our roof boards are made using the same high-quality, planed spruce timber that we use for the walls of your garage. We feel that using this type of roofing gives you a more appealing, hard wearing surface especially when you compare against inferior materials such as OSB board. 
 
Heavy Duty ?Barn Doors Chunky Garages Inside Doors
Heavy Duty Barn Doors Chunky Garages Outside Doors
 
Heavy Duty Barn Doors
 
If you’re looking for the best protection for your vehicle and belongings, our barn doors are just the solution. The double doors come with a sturdy hasp and clasp locking system!

Our side hinged wooden garage barn doors are provided with 3 very robust T-shaped hinges on each door together with all the fixings. The framework on the door sashes is a thick 45mm x 100mm heavy duty frame supporting 19mm thick tongue & groove cladding.

When the doors are open, you have a generous 2m wide x 1.86m high (6’7” x 6’ 1”) opening. Allowing you plenty of space to drive your car in and out.

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How high is this Garage?
A: It is 3.04m (9' 11") high
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What timber is this Garage made from?
A: We use slow-grown Spruce timber for the main structure of the Garage. Spruce is less porous than Pine and so less likely to shrink, warp or split.
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Do you offer any guarantees or warranties on this product?
A: We offer a genuine 10-year guarantee against rot and insect infestation on pressure treated timber.
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Where can I visit you? Do you have a store near me?
A: We have 6 branches across the UK. Click here to find the nearest one! Please check with us before you visit if you are travelling to see a particular product.
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Do I need planning permission for this Garage?
A: Take our quick survey to find out!
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What base do I need for this Garage?
A: We recommend a flat, level concrete base at least 100mm bigger on each side. e.g. A 4m by 3m building would have a base of 4.2m by 3.2m See more details here.

We deliver our products to mainland United Kingdom (England, Wales and Scotland). Some exceptions apply; these are illustrated on the map below.


Scottish areas may be subjected to slightly longer delivery turnarounds, please contact us for details. FREE delivery on selected products over £200 to mainland England and Wales.


Delivery to postcode areas PL, TQ, TR, EX may take 1 week longer, beyond the delivery shown on the product page.


Delivery Price

Green - £19.99 delivery fee on all orders under £200.

Blue - Delivery to postcode areas PL, TQ, TR, EX6, EX7, EX20, EX21, EX22, EX23, EX39 may take 1 week longer, beyond the delivery shown on the product page.

Yellow - £59.99 delivery fee.

Orange - £84.99 delivery fee.

Red - We are unable to deliver to these areas.



Assisted Delivery

If you cannot provide an able bodied person to offload the vehicle with the help of our driver, we can provide additional manpower with our Assisted Delivery Service. The driver will arrive with some help to unload the lorry, meaning that you can put your feet up.


We offer this service on all items that are delivered, we do not offer this on our couriered products. Prices for this service can be found on individual products.


Should you require further information on our standard or assisted delivery services, please contact a member of our Sales Team.


Scottish areas may be subjected to slightly longer delivery turnarounds, please contact us for details.



To ensure the very best quality, we only use slow-grown White Spruce Timber, which is harvested in cold climates to ensure solid, dense log rings. This gives the wood superior strength and longevity, and also a much more consistent colour than the likes of Pine.

 

Despite the care we take in selecting the very best Timber available, it’s not like predictable brick or cold steel, this natural material has characteristics and quirks unique to every log.

 

Because our timber logs once fed water and nutrients back and forth from its roots to its leaves, its very nature is to be porous and swell up when it gets wet. Any wooden product will do this throughout its life, but there are a few things you can do to help limit this movement.

 

These include:

1. A great design!

  • Don’t worry, we’ve got this one covered. We’re experts when it comes to all things timber, so we have designed our products from the ground up with its natural properties in mind.

2. Water Repellent Treatment.

  • How you customise and decorate your product is up to you, however we would recommend that you use an appropriate water repellent treatment. This really helps minimise the amount of moisture that the timber can absorb. Therefore minimising the risk of any major movement.
  • (Please note: water repellent treatment is not the same as pressure treatment, which protects against rot and insect infestation, and which we guarantee for 10 Years!)

3. Ventilation.

  • Keeping your timber building ventilated is no less important than keeping your house well ventilated. This is especially true if you plan to cover up your floorboards with something (double check with an expert, that the material is suitable to do so), as moisture can become trapped between layers of non-breathable materials and build-up, leading to floors becoming rotten.

4. Regular Seasonal Maintenance.

  • Whether you opt to build your product yourself, or have us do it for you, don’t be afraid to tighten the odd bolt here and there. Your product is a life improving investment, so it’s only right to give it some love and care from time to time. Make sure that it’s properly treated before the rainy months, and you make adjustments to doors and window frames, when needed.

 

Natural Timber Properties

After building your timber product, this natural construction will begin to ‘settle’. This means that you will likely see some natural timber imperfections appear. These types of natural imperfections can include:

 

  • Cracks

 

Cracks On Wood

 

  • Splits

Splits On Timber Held With A Green Rounded Safety Cap

  • Shakes

 

Shakes On Wood Panel

 

  • Warping / Twisting

Warped wood panels, twisted Wood panels

 

  • Expansion and Contraction

 

Expansion And Contraction Of Wood On Garden Building

 

Please be aware that, as these are natural timber properties they are not considered as defects under our Terms & Conditions (for more information, check out our Ts&Cs here). However, in most cases, these imperfections will not impact the integrity or function of your timber product, and/or can easily be rectified. For advice on how to rectify these and for more support, please get in touch with our Customer Services Team on cs@dunsterhouse.co.uk.

 

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