Wood Garages

It is a well-known phrase that at some point in his life, every man should own a lawnmower. However, this can sometimes pose a problem – the same problem posed when a new bike is bought, or you want to keep your car sheltered over winter. What do you do? Where do you store the car, bicycle and lawnmower? Obviously, the answer to this is a garage, but for an increasing number of the population in the United Kingdom, having access to a garage is a luxury. In cities, houses built back to back along streets often have no garage, let alone parking spaces.

Wood Garages for your Home

If you’re living in rural countryside, you may already have a garage built to the side of your house, but, like many people, you’ve more than likely filled it up with items that you don’t need in the house but don’t especially need. A solution to the problem of where to store the car, bike and lawnmower may lie in building a new garage on some of your land. Wood garages look a lot more aesthetically pleasing than brick garages, especially in the countryside where the timber that makes up the garage camouflages so perfectly with the rest of the wood in the countryside. John Williams Stables are a company which specialise in the sale and construction of wood garages, timber stables, and other wooden structures for your needs. They have a wide range of wood garages available for you to purchase and construct, allowing you more space to store the necessary items that people need nowadays; a car, a bicycle and a lawnmower.

Jon William Stables started their work in the mid-1960s on utility buildings, and following success in that market, they expanded their capabilities and moved into wood garages and stables. The wood garages built by Jon William Stables are built using the same techniques that are used by carpenters for traditional timber framed houses, and are therefore built to a very high standard. The different timber buildings offered by Jon William Stables are suited to all sorts of uses and activities, from garages to games rooms, swimming pools to outdoor offices. Contact Jon William Stables at jonwilliamstables.co.uk

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