Introducing Warwick Buildings:
Members of the Guild of Master Craftsmen, Warwick Buildings is a family owned company with over 30 years experience in the timber buildings industry. We are committed to offering a quality timber building at a fair price and attract customers who place value on excellent design, construction and materials. In addition to a range of standard designs – Traditional, Contemporary and Curved Roof Home Work Rooms, we offer a bespoke design service so customers can be closely involved in the planning of the style, function and budget of their building.
How to organise a site visit or view a show building:
We have a centrally based Show Site with a variety buildings on display which means we can show customers our product prior to any buying decisions. As manufacturers we also have control over all aspects of quality, manufacture and installation.
The Show Office is Open with our Technical Team available to advise on all aspects of our buildings from Monday to Friday between 8.30 am and 5pm, and on Saturdays between 10am to 4pm (between February – end of October). You can also visit the Show Site on Sundays, Bank Holidays and out of season, as pedestrian access is available and the Show Buildings are open to view.
Whilst you are welcome to call in during the above times, if you would like to make an appointment please CALL 01926 815757 or email [email protected]
Full directions and additional information for planning a visit can be found on our web sitewww.warwickbuildings.co.uk
Starting price for this type of building:
£5000 incl. VAT ex delivery
Typical lead & on-site build times:
Lead times do vary depending on time of year but typically 6-8 weeks
Contact Warwick Buildings for more information:
Southam Road, Long Itchington, Southam, Warwickshire CV47 9QL
Areas Covered: , , North West, North East, West Midlands, East Midlands, Eastern England, London, South East, South West, , , , , Wales
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All details correct at the time of listing: March 10, 2016