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Clumber Pent Roof Summerhouse

Clumber asymmetrical roof summerhouse

The Clumber Pent Roof Summerhouse is an excellent feature for your garden and comes in a range of sizes. Quality features include contemporary full height double doors with black antique hinges and fixed windows to the front and sides. Toughened glass in doors and windows as standard. A Georgian door and Georgian opening windows option is also available. The front roof canopy is 485mm wide and has felt roof tiles in a choice of colours, as well as a choice of straight cut or a wavy front fascia board.

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8ft x 6ft Clumber Summerhouse

8ft x 6ft Clumber Summerhouse


8ft x 8ft Clumber Summerhouse

8ft x 8ft Clumber Summerhouse


10ft x 6ft Clumber Summerhouse

10ft x 6ft Clumber Summerhouse


10ft x 8ft Clumber Summerhouse

10ft x 8ft Clumber Summerhouse


Specifications for the Clumber Summerhouse

  • Size range: 2.44m x 1.83m (8’ x 6’) up to 3.05m x 2.44m (10’ x 8’)
  • Framing: 32x44mm (38mm x 50mm nominal sizes)
  • Rear wall height: 1950mm (6ft 5")
  • Ridge: 2170mm (7ft 1")
  • Double Doors: 1780mm x 1092mm (Toughened Glass)
  • Front & Side Fixed Windows: 1647mm x 515mm (Toughened Glass)
  • Roof Canopy: 485mm (Tiled: Black, Red, Green & Slate)
  • Black Ornate Hinges, Handle & Lever Lock

Unusual "pent roof" summerhouse design feature

The Clumber pent roof summerhouse is essentially a pent roof building with the roof sloping from front to back. However there is an additional 485mm (19") front canopy that opposes the pitch of the main roof. This is commonly known as a "dummy pitched roof". Adding the felt shingles to the roof canopy draws the eye and really makes it look special.

Asymmetrical roof design is more than just aesthetics

The "ridge" being offset towards the front of the building gives a great look to the building. It decieves the eye into thinking that the building is taller and therefore bigger than it actually is. The rear fascia height is lower than the front fascia height where you would normally expect them to be the same. Thus enabling the extra height to be at the front of the summerhouse where you need it most.