Building your Own Garden Summerhouse

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If this summer you want to make the most of your garden, you may have decided that a garden room, or a structure in the garden is not only a fun project to keep you busy but will also be a real benefit to your garden.

A garden structure like a summerhouse can bring real benefit to your garden. Not only are they attractive to look at, but they also add another dimension to your garden and therefore, your home too.  If this is something that you have decided to do, then here is how you can turn this project from a dream into a reality…

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Step 1 – Design

The first thing that you will need to do is start a design. Creating a plan to work from is important, and you can also ensure that you know what it should eventually look like and what size it needs to be to fit where you want it to go. When you are designing it, consider the materials that you will use, as well as how you will put it together, and also how to ensure that it is protected from the elements as it will be outside. Summerhouse designs can vary a lot, and it is a good time to be creative and work on something that is exactly what you want.

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Step 2 – Materials

Once you have finished your design you will want to make sure that you have everything that you need for your project before you begin. You can get supplies like wood from places such as this Timber merchants Salisbury based as well as local DIY stores. It is worth looking around for a good price, and also doing plenty of research into the benefits of different materials to work out what suits you best. You should also ensure that you have all of the tools you need for the job.

Step 3 – Getting Started

Once you have everything ready, you need to decide approximately how long it will take and schedule when you are going to be doing it – for example, if you have a busy week coming up or are going on holiday soon it is better to wait until you have a bit more free time, so that you aren’t left with a half finished structure in your garden!

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