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After. We have transformed an old warn down conservatory into an amazing Cre8a Build! Building size was 6.915m x 4.07m, (this includes a 600mm overhang with 4 outdoor lights). We used the original wall and ground as a base. Replaced the wooden windows with grey pvc windows on the outside and white on the inside. The customer decided to plaster the inside and decorate it herself, which looks amazing! Her intended use is to be used a gin room and a class room. View more now www.cre8a.co.uk!
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31/01/2019
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Before. We have transformed an old warn down conservatory into an amazing Cre8a Build! Building size was 6.915m x 4.07m, (this includes a 600mm overhang with 4 outdoor lights). We used the original wall and ground as a base. Replaced the wooden windows with grey pvc windows on the outside and white on the inside. The customer decided to plaster the inside and decorate it herself, which looks amazing! Her intended use is to be used a gin room and a class room. View more now www.cre8a.co.uk!
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Cre8a extension was installed in North Lincolnshire in November 2018. Marshland oak cladding was used as the external cladding on the garden room extension. Even more, grey PVC windows and patio doors were installed. Most noteworthy manufactured by Highseal Manufacturing. Inside there was one internal wall cladding wall which was heritage oak patina and the rest of the walls were plastered and painted. The colours look amazing together!
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21/01/2019
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View our most recent build that we completed before Christmas for a lovely family down in London. This garden room is 4m x 3.5m to fit in the space they had available. Creek cladding has been used externally so it matched with the features already in their garden for example the garden shed. Grey PVC windows and doors were installed and a deep roof canopy which extends beyond the front wall to give recessed downlights for the evening. There was no direct access to the garden but luckily our garden rooms come in kit form so we could walk all the materials and tools for the project through the customers house. The project was full completed in 5 working days. For a garden similar to this size and layout you would need a budget of £17,000 and £20,000.
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Our Lincolnshire long house was craned and delivered at NEC Birmingham #cre8a #gardenroom #summerhouse #pod #lodge #accommodation #cladding #modularclassroom view more at www.cre8a.co.uk
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Our Lincolnshire long house design inside #cre8a #gardenroom #summerhouse #pod #lodge #accommodation #cladding #modularclassroom view more at www.cre8a.co.uk
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Our Lincolnshire long house was craned and delivered at NEC Birmingham #cre8a #gardenroom #summerhouse #pod #lodge #accommodation #cladding #modularclassroom view more at www.cre8a.co.uk
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Our Lincolnshire long house design inside #cre8a #gardenroom #summerhouse #pod #lodge #accommodation #cladding #modularclassroom view more at www.cre8a.co.uk
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Our Lincolnshire long house design inside #cre8a #gardenroom #summerhouse #pod #lodge #accommodation #cladding #modularclassroom view more at www.cre8a.co.uk
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