*Update November 2023*

We are open Monday-Saturday 9am-5.30pm and Sundays 10am-4.30pm

Please feel free to come and visit our showsite, alternatively if you would like to make an appointment please call or email us.

To discuss your requirements or for further information please call 01403 255456


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Cousins Conservatories & Garden Buildings

Hilliers Garden Centre, Brighton Rd, Horsham, RH13 6QA

01403 255 456

Call our friendly team 7 days a week for help and advice

Open 7 Days a Week

Mon - Fri 09:00 - 17:30
Saturday - 09:00 - 17:00
Sunday - 10:00 - 16:30

Lined and Insulated Regency Grande Installation in Horsham

This is a recent installation of a fully lined and insulated Regency Grande 12′ x 8′ garden building in Horsham, West Sussex. This building featured cedarwood cladding and a heavy duty floor and was installed on to the customers own paved base which we had to cleverly pack to make work – see picture below.

We have lots of Regency buildings on display at our Horsham showcentre.

Regency Grande 12′ x 8′ – Lined and Insulated
Fully framed mortice and tenon Georgian style single door
Mortice lock with key and door handle
Georgian style opening side window
Toughened glass
Old world black hinges
50 x 50mm tanalised floor joists
Diagonal bracing
Polyester roofing felt
Installed by Cousins Installers

12 x 8 Concrete Base for New Shed - King

12x8 Regency Grande - King

12x8 Regency Grande Close up of Windows

12x8 Regency Grande Installation in Horsham West Sussex - King

12x8 Regency Grande with Lined and Insulated Walls and Ceiling - King

Garden Building Survey Picture - King

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