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Forest Kempsford Summerhouse

This traditional styled Kempsford Summerhouse has a reverse apex roof to provide extra headroom resulting in a spacious interior. It's double doors, combined with two tall windows, ensure the summerhouse is bright whilst giving you the best view of your garden.
Made from pressure treated shiplap, tongue and groove timber to form panels that encourage rain water run-off and for increased durability and strength. It has an integral wooden floor and a roof finished with a black sand felt.
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£649.99
SKU FGKESUMHD
Manufactured from - long-life, pressure treated timber with a 15 year anti-rot warranty. The timber is FSC certified - this means the timber used comes from properly managed forests and controlled sources. For more information on Pressure Treated Timber please look on the 'Learn More' tab.

Integral Floor - made from orientated strand board with pressure treated bearers to isolate it from the ground.

Reverse Apex Roof - designed to provide maximum headroom. The roof is constructed from oriented strand boards which you cover with the black sand felt supplied.

Double Doors - with barrel/tower bolt and turn button. Doors have 2mm thick styrene glazing letting in plenty of light and is virtually unbreakable (and will not become yellow or brittle over time). Doors are 2ft 1˝in / 65cm x 5ft 5in / 165cm.

Two Long Front Windows - positioned either side of the doors these will help to flood the interior of the summerhouse with light. They are glazed with virtually unbreakable 2mm thick styrene (which will not become yellow or brittle over time).

Dimensions :
Height at Ridge (excluding finial) - 7'9" / 237cm
Height at Eaves - 6' / 183cm
Width - 7'11" / 242cm
Depth - 6'8" / 203cm
Wall Cladding Thickness - 12mm

15 Year Anti-Rot Guarantee - this summerhouse comes with a 15 year manufacturers guarantee against rot and fungal decay, provided that any timber which is cut during assembly or any time afterwards is treated with a suitable preservative in order to re-seal the timber and protect it from water ingress and fungal attack.

Please Note : Delivered flat-packed for self-assembly. Whilst fairly straightforward to build you will need a drill and a screwdriver as the holes are not pre-drilled. Other tools required include a spirit level, rubber mallet, step ladder, tape measure and sharp knife.

Home Assembly Service
If you don't have the requisite DIY skills, a home assembly service is available. This nationwide service is conducted by the skilled Forest installation teams at an agreed time which is convenient for you. Please note - this service is assembly only. It does not include laying bases or disassembling existing buildings.

Delivery :
Delivered direct from manufacturers please allow 14-21 days for delivery. You will receive documentation in the post which enables you to book a convenient delivery date.


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Delivery :
Delivered direct from manufacturers please allow 7-14 days for delivery. You will receive documentation in the post which enables you to book a convenient delivery date.

Please Note : unfortunately this item cannot be delivered to Isle of Wight, Northern Ireland or any other Offshore Islands.


Pressure Treated Timber
Forest timber items which are designed to be in ground contract are pressure impregnated with Osmose Naturewood preservative, an effective method used to preserve wood against fungal decay and insect attack. Osmose is a trusted name in wood preservation and supplies preservative products to a worldwide market. A decorative dye is added to the preservative process to ensure every piece of timber is coloured and preserved in one operation. This colour will fade over time to a honey brown colour.

Stains and water repellents may be applied immediately if required, providing you follow the manufacturer's instructions. If Osmose treated timber is cut, notched or drilled it is recommended that an approved cut end treatment be applied. Failure to do so may reduce the effectiveness of the treatment.


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