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Garden Room Construction – Part 5 – Plasterboard, Electrics & Guttering

June 21, 2013 | posted in: Case Studies | by

Garden Room Electrics, Guttering and Plasterboard: The construction process of our Garden Room is advancing well, the inside roof now has the plasterboard in place, ready to be plastered. The wires for the electrics have been wired up ready for the roof lights to be fitted in due course. From the outside the guttering has..

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Garden Room Construction – Part 4 – Cladding, Eaves Guard Trim & Enviro Tiles Fitted

June 20, 2013 | posted in: Case Studies | by

Garden Room Construction – Cladding, Eaves Guard Trim & Enviro Tiles After the third day of construction the Garden Room is really starting to take shape, the Enviro Tiles are securely on the roof with the cladding and eaves guard trim fitted around the roof edge.   Read: Blog Part 5 – Plasterboard, Electrics &..

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Garden Room Construction – Part 3 – Enviro Tiles, Velux Windows & Construction Progress

June 19, 2013 | posted in: Case Studies | by

Garden Room Construction – Velux Windows & Enviro Tiles Part 3 of our Garden Room construction blog shows the progress that has been made throughout the second day. Things have been going smoothly,the waterproof membrane is fitted throughout the day along with the Velux Window. Our fitters then start to lay the Enviro Tiles on the roof. Read: Garden..

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Gardinia Windows Help Young People Start Work

June 18, 2013 | posted in: General | by

  Gardinia Windows have agreed to the ongoing supply of UPVC waste to support local recycling social enterprise, the Young Engineers Academy (YEA). The Young Engineers Academy provides young people with mentored work experience to gain a reference as being suitable for apprenticeship in industry. It helps end the cycle of not having enough work experience..

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Garden Room Construction – Part 2 – Construction Begins

June 18, 2013 | posted in: Case Studies | by

  Construction Begins: As construction begins on our Garden Room the showroom looked like a construction site (as you would expect!). Parts of our would be Garden Room were stacked up as neatly as possible.             Read: Part 3 of the construction process – Enviro Tiles and Velux Windows

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