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Flat Roof Buildings

Pent / Flat roof summerhouses are featured on this page. Some models are made with quality T&G shiplap cladding from leading manufacturers such as A&J, Telesheds and Regency Garden Buildings. Other building styles are made from 28mm (up to 94mm) logs from leading manufacturers Bertsch.

  • How much does a flat roof summerhouse cost?, Easy to use online pricing of flat and sloping roof summerhouses
  • All T&G Summerhouses manufactured in the UK
  • Various cladding options from selected manufacturers including Redwood 12mm, 16mm, Loglap 15mm, Cedar and pressure treated cladding.
  • Buildings by Bertsch are log cabin type buildings with wall thickness ranging from 28mm to 90mm
  • Painted finishes as optional extras on selected buildings
  • Installation available on all buildings (Selected Areas only)

£ 1318.80 to 4068.12 from 1 manufacturers
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Kelling Pent

New modern style summerhouse for 2017, Made with (Ex 15mm) 12mm finished T&G shiplap cladding as standard with upgrades available ... more
Price starts from £1318.80

  • New modern style summerhouse for 2017
  • Made with (Ex 15mm) 12mm finished T&G shiplap cladding as standard with upgrades available to Loglap
  • 3mm Toughened safety glass to all standard windows
  • Two full height side opening windows as standard - extra fixed side windows shown in main photo (extra cost)
  • Prices include installation onto your level prepared base
  • Modern double doors to front with fixed windows either side - amount of fixed windows depends on front width
  • Double door total size: 1.77m high x 1.21m wide
  • First size on drop down menu is the front (double door side) and second dimension is the depth
  • Standard internal heights; Eaves height (Low side): 72 inches (1.828m) and Ridge height (high side) = 81"
  • Please allow an extra 7" for external eaves and ridge heights

Please Note: All prices on the page are subject to change at manufacturers discretion.

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