Showing posts from June 27, 2021

Outdoor living

 It's no surprise that with lockdowns affecting pretty much everyone at the moment, that people are spending more time at home and many are upgrading their homes and even more so their gardens.  A lot of people are going a stage further than decking now and opting for full outdoor living areas, many with an element of all year round or all weather use One such project we've had is this beautiful Larch and Cedar outdoor living space.  As well as the multi level deck it includes  * Fixed and mobile seating, with integrated storage * Gas powered polished Concrete custom made table * Drinks cooler *Bar *Raised planters *Clear roofed Pergola and cedar slatted walls.  *A combination of lighting to be fitted soon The timber is a mix of Larch and Cedar, from our local saw mill Dyfi Timber. We've made a few custom concrete items before including tables, work tops, kitchen islands and even a sink. This table was a real fun piece to make despite it weighing in at a sturdy 140KG! The t

Cedar Fence

Here's a fence we worked on closely with the customers and the local saw mill Ours customers wanted a style of fence they'd seen a photo of online. We see a lot of this at the moment with apps like Pintrest and Instagram being great sources of inspiration for people's homes and gardens. However! much of the time the timbers used are local to places like the US and Australia and aren't available here in the UK or are available but at a huge cost compared to using local timber. This was the case with this design and build. So! Once we decided on a plan we started ordering samples from various importers. The cost per meter was especially relevant with such a large fence and so many battens being used - some imported timbers came in at £5 per meter in comparison to treated sawn timbers from national builders merchants being under £1. (Obviously you get what you pay for here) The final product came from our local mill, Dyfi Timber . The finished sawn quality is se

On-going work

 We have a lot of beautiful projects currently ongoing and awaiting glass panels to finish them off. Theres a bit of a selection but most involve Composite decking and glass panels. Here's a taster...