No matter which of our timber buildings you purchase from the lowest priced field shelter to the largest American barn or carriage house there are three things that we see as a basic element of our timber buildings that make them last longer and look better.
Pressure treated timber – each plank of external shiplap, every skid for a field shelter or main support is made from pressure treated FSC certified timber. We only use two different
Nails – as mad as it seems the smallest element of a timber building is also the thing that stops those dreadful run lines that form under nail holes and
Galvanised door fittings and hinges – one of the most exposed elements on a timber garage
Why do we use galvanised fittings, only pressure treated external timbers, supports and stainless steel nails?
Firstly, we want out buildings to last, to be enjoyed for longer and not form a part of a throw away society. It is better for the environment and better for you as a customer.
Secondly we value customer feedback and recommendation, so much so we stake our name on it and offer a workmanship guarantee warranty our buildings. We need to know that the raw materials that make a stable, garage or studio are up to the job, that we can stamp the name Olson on it.