The stables is a single storey SIP structure which was built off ground piles and were connected to each other by ring beams. This was due to the poor ground conditions caused by a number of old trees which had to be removed. A Concrete block and beam was then used for the floor construction.
Traditional building methods used along side modern SIP panel wall construction.
A mono pitch roof constructed with a EPDM single ply (Rubber) roof covering.
Beautiful grey powder coated aluminium windows and large sliding doors. Together with cedar cladding create a stylish modern look.
Liquid anhydrite screed used along with under floor heating. Each room installed with it’s own programmable thermostat.
Interior finished to a high standard using light colours on the walls and floor, maximising the light coming in from the large doors.
Engineered oak floor and solid oak doors supplied and fitted creating a nice warm feel.
A modern light kitchen supplied and fitted along with granite work tops.