Modular105 Ltd Bespoke heritage garages
The first step is to put up the supporting aluminium frame. This is made of anodised aluminium and is extremely strong and durable. It is multifunctional as it provide both the structure of the building and the fixing points for any internal furniture and storage.
Specialised flooring can be installed if requested. Depending on the desired final finish we can make recommendations and help our clients find the most appropriate style.
The Roof and Walls
Next the panels are installed - they can be solid and fully insulated or double glazed glass. These panels can be placed at any position throughout the building as chosen by the client. This building has the majority of panels as glass but solid ones can be seen along the back wall and some of the far wall.
Following this the roof is fitted along with any exterior decoration. Similarly to the panels all of these features can be personalised to create a one of a kind bespoke garage that fits with the intended environment.
We work with our clients and our partners to design and create a garage that is exactly fits the specification. This can include internal decorations and fittings to create an authentic vintage build.
Doors and Electrics
Finally the doors are fitted and the outer cladding is attached to cover any aluminium frame that is visible on the outside. The garage can now be secured and is fully functional.
We always bring a qualified electrician on site with us to ensure all of the electrics are properly installed and to complete the final connection the the house electrical supply.
This image demonstrates a different combination of solid and glass panels and also illustrates what the exterior cladding looks like. As with everything else in the building the internal and exterior decoration is chosen by the client and can be as extravagant or as subtle as they like.