Summerhouse Timber Doors & Windows

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Georgian 9 Pane Window
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Workshop F3 Opening WindowWorkshop F3 Opening Window
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Georgian 6 Pane Window in Redwood Pine
Workshop Door
Timber Shiplap Cladding Workshop Door
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Georgian 9 Pane Half Glazed Door in Redwood Pines

Summerhouse & Shed Timber Doors and Windows Frames

With our selection of shed doors and summer house opening windows, our range of timber products is ideal for your garden buildings.

Our Georgian range includes:

10 Pane Double (French) Doors for Summerhouses with windows

9 Pane Half Glazed Shed Doors with windows

6/9 Pane Timber Shed Window Frames

9 Pane Wooden Opening Windows for Sheds

We also offer a Workshop range, with:

Summer house Doors with Windows Frames

1/2/3 Pane Opening Windows for Summerhouses & Sheds

Caring for Summerhouse Doors and Windows

Caring for summerhouse timber windows and doors is important to ensure that they remain safe, functional, and looking their best. Here are some tips on how to care for summerhouse timber windows and doors:

  1. Clean the windows and doors regularly: Dirt, debris, and algae can accumulate on the windows and doors over time. It's essential to clean them regularly using a soft-bristled brush and a mild detergent solution. Avoid using a pressure washer as it can damage the timber.
  2. Inspect for damage: Regularly inspect the windows and doors for any signs of damage, such as cracks, splits, or rot. Repair or replace any damaged sections as soon as possible to prevent further damage.
  3. Apply a protective finish: A protective finish such as paint, stain or sealant can help to protect the windows and doors from the elements. Apply the finish according to the manufacturer's instructions and reapply as necessary.
  4. Lubricate the hinges and locks: The hinges and locks on the windows and doors should be lubricated regularly to ensure that they operate smoothly.
  5. Maintain adequate ventilation: Good ventilation is important to prevent moisture from accumulating inside the summerhouse, which can lead to rot and other damage. Make sure that there is adequate ventilation by leaving windows or vents open.
  6. Trim nearby vegetation: Overhanging trees and shrubs can cause damage to the summerhouse and also prevent it from drying out properly. Trim back any vegetation that is too close to the summerhouse.

By following these tips, you can help to keep your summerhouse timber windows and doors in good condition and ensure that they continue to function as they should and look great for years to come.

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