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JML Garden Rooms - A traditional style, Fully insulated Garden room built with SIP (Structurally Insulated Panels) for all year round use. Triple Glazed Aluminium clad doors and windows and clad with Scottish Larch, with reclaimed Scottish Slates, as built n Scotland. Features include 2 roof lights at the back of the build, to maximise use of daylight. Further windows can be requested.
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Where did you find the furniture/ - love the furniture, who's it is, here can I find it? Thank you!
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jimmyjay

What is the size of the building? deck? do you have a picture with doors closed?

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Hi, this is one of our Highlander 2 garden rooms, 13m2. Decking can be any size required, cost would depend on the size and type of decking boards chosen. If you visit our website on www.jmlgardenrooms.co.uk you will be able to see lots of photos of both our Highlander and Lowlander garden rooms with doors open and closed. They come in three standard sizes, but we can also supply bespoke garden rooms. Thanks for your interest.

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raxter wrote:
Materials - What kind of material are the floor and surround?
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Hi there, We finish all of our Garden Rooms with Engineered Oiled Oak Flooring and Oak Skirting boards as standard. Outside this garden room, the client asked us to create some decking to match the Scottish larch cladding. Please do let me know if you are looking for any further details!
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dporter1221 wrote:
Could you please tell me about the door? Size and vendor? Thank You
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Hi there, These are Rationel`s Aluclad Triple Glazed door set. They are about 2023 mm high and each panel/door is just under a metre wide. They really are great! As they are Aluclad they require Zero maintenance and as they are triple glazed, they have one of the best U values available. Because the Garden room has been built with SIPS and is Triple glazed, the whole place requires almost no heating and can be used all year round, even in bonnie but pretty freezing most of the time Scotland.
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