Anyone built a wooden garage?

Going to knock down my double concrete garage (with asbestos roof) and thinking of replacing it with a wooden one, probably just a single but will need to have a taller opening than standard to get the camper in.
Anyone done this and got any tips?
 

Kevj

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Going to knock down my double concrete garage (with asbestos roof) and thinking of replacing it with a wooden one, probably just a single but will need to have a taller opening than standard to get the camper in.
Anyone done this and got any tips?
I know it’s not exactly the answer you’re looking for, but I’d genuinely recommend this company;


I have a garden office from them and when I priced the timber to build it myself, the supplied kit wasn’t much more.

Quality craftsmanship and well designed. They have a huge showroom in Cornerstone which most folk drive past as its set back from the road.
 
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Yes, over-engineer the shit out of it.
Was looking at a prefab one?
I know it’s not exactly the answer you’re looking for, but I’d genuinely recommend this company;


I have a garden office from them and when I priced the timber to build it myself, the supplied kit wasn’t much more.

Quality craftsmanship and well designed. They have a huge showroom in Cornerstone which most folk drive past as its set back from the road.
That looks like the thing I'm after. Where is Cornerstone?
 
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Dave Herbal

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I know it’s not exactly the answer you’re looking for, but I’d genuinely recommend this company;


I have a garden office from them and when I priced the timber to build it myself, the supplied kit wasn’t much more.

Quality craftsmanship and well designed. They have a huge showroom in Cornerstone which most folk drive past as its set back from the road.
You priced the timber at two grand???
I built a shed of similar dimensions for a couple of hundred. 2x2s for the frame and a load of tongue and groove.
 
You priced the timber at two grand???
I built a shed of similar dimensions for a couple of hundred. 2x2s for the frame and a load of tongue and groove.
If you can afford it, it's generally worth it. You're not just paying for materials but their experience putting them together.

While I'd be proud of a shed I'd made myself, there's bound to be a few bodges along the way

 

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