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Advanced Glazing and Joinery: Man cave

Advanced Glazing and Joinery: Man cave

As part of our bespoke carpentry series, we spoke to different Checkatrade carpenters about some of their most memorable projects. In this guide, Advanced Glazing and Joinery shared a recent man cave project.

The project

Advanced Glazing and Joinery were tasked to create a man cave for a couple in their garden. The team got to work building the man cave from scratch, using timber to build the frame, before insulating it, plastering it and then adding the finishing touches such as laminate flooring, cladding the ceiling and adding french doors with sidelights. They didn’t just stick to the inside though, they also built a decking area outside so that the customers could sit outside their new pad and enjoy the sunshine!

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“Measure twice, cut once!”
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The customers added a bar area, seating area and a pool table to finish the space off.

The project cost around £10,000 for the build (not including the customer’s furnishings etc).

If you’d like to get the look, find out more about Advanced Glazing and Joinery.

Take a look at pictures from the project:

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