Assembly of a Garden room Hansa Lounge XL is about to be finished

Assembly of a Garden room Hansa Lounge XL is about to be finished and keys handed to a customer. Installation team arrived at the site at 8am and mission was completed by 10pm. It was not the easiest and shortest days for our assembly team, but since the garden party was planned for the next day we had no choice.

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    1. Hi Wayne,

      The easiest and cheapest foundation type is concrete slabs set on sand and gravel. This foundation type is fairly simple to construct and can be done by a DIY novice without having to hire in a professional. To achieve this base you will need to dig out 25-30 cm ground, fill it with gravel and then a good layer of sand to provide a level surface. Then, finally lay down the concrete slabs, blocks or similar. It is vital that your base is level as your cabin will only be as level as your base! The most popular, but more expensive and durable foundation type is a concrete base. A concrete base is a perfect fit for all types of garden buildings. For preparing that kind of base you will probably need to hire a local professional or small building company, because concrete foundations involve more know-how and you really have to know what you are doing. These two are the most popular foundation types for garden buildings, but there many other ways to do it.

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