zero maintenance light oak walls used on a Garden Office and Garden Studio
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Iain: OK. I’m here with Alex on a rather windy, cold day. This has not long been finished though, has it, Alex?
Alex: Yeah. I mean they’re still in the process of decorating it. We thought we’d get a video of it that shows some of the new colours that we’re doing. We’ve got these grey windows, grey posts, grey flashings with a timber wall.
Iain: Oh, timber wall, wow.
Alex: And the new decking, well, the new deck and the new post and handrail.
Alex: Well, we’ve got a PVC timber post and stainless steel wire. As you can see, we’ve all got one of them in the garden. (Alex point’s at the tennis court and Iain laughs)
Iain: And we haven’t all got this view either. But it’s gorgeous, isn’t it? (Iain and Alex enjoy the view from the garden studios)
Alex: Very lucky chap! So what we’ve done is built two garden studios. This it the first his-and-hers garden studios …
Iain: His and hers, right. So he has got French doors.
Alex: Yeah. So it’s 18 foot by 12 foot. There’s Curtis garden studio and then this his wife’s studio, which is…
Alex: Fifteen-by-nine foot studio. So that is his wife’s garden studio and that’s his garden studio there. As you can see, we’ve got the grey flashings with the oak.
Iain: Ah, this is the new …
Alex: Oak walls. This is the new oak walls.
Iain: All right, excellent. It’s grey and green normally, isn’t it?
Iain: So this is the first one we’ve done with a …
Iain: The light oak walls. Excellent. OK. That’s lovely. Thank you for that.
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The light oak walls material comes from Italy so there is an extra cost per wall panel (please check for latest surcharge)