I suppose a chicken run is part shed, part fence. The hens enjoyed helping the build by scratching around the new post holes.
This customer had a new garden that they had already fenced. Here is my shed in progress.
You may think this woodshed looks unfinished and you’d be right. Some customers will want to finish the work themselves to save costs or for the creative pleasure of their own project. In this case, we delivered the materials and set up the uprights and the roofing. We will always respect customer’s wishes.
So here is the final version. We didn’t buy any new cupboard carcasses or frontals. Mervyn designed the whole thing himself re-siting the original cupboards to producing an uncluttered room with efficient use of the space. The original water supply pipes were very complicated: he moved the incoming supply which allowed him to relocate the sink, washing machine and dish washer to a different side of the room. This then left space to construct a breakfast bar and shelving with oak from www.linnellbros.co.uk in Silverstone. David Green in Syresham re-wired the room for us. We sourced a new sink and worktops (pitch pine) from Towcester builders’ merchant www.tbsdirect.co.uk
Mervyn decided that the cupboard carcasses were re-useable so he set about dismantling the whole room.
This is our own kitchen in serious need of replacement. The layout was illogical, colour scheme dreary, finish poor, plumbing awkward and wiring (we later discovered) dangerous.