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The LidgetCompton Lean-to range can be constructed from any of our five building shapes: Pent, Pent Mansard, Apex, Apex 15 or Apex 20.
Flat roof for economy, Mansard for a different look, or choose from the three Apex roof designs – we believe there is something for everyone to complement your house. Because of the individuality of every site, we build these lean-to buildings to order, after asking you for specific site details. We have to make sure that we know of the exact position of windows, doors, vents, pipes etc. and we will ask you to confirm these details on our lean-to paperwork. Flashing to your house wall is not included.
The end result is something that is not only eminently practical, but will add value to your home as well.
The LidgetCompton Lean-To garage.
Our lean-tos can be constructed from any of our 5 building shapes : Pent, Apex, Pent Mansard, Apex 15 or Apex 20.
Each one is made to order to suit the available site as we need to take account of windows, doors, vents and pipes !
Please discuss this with our display centre staff or use one of the contact opportunities available in this website.
There are four choices for the exterior walls of your LidgetCompton Garage. The most popular is the spar aggregate finish pictured here.
It's an attractive, inexpensive and maintenance free finish which is applied at the factory during manufacturing.
Alternatively you can choose a brick finish, stone finish, or a textured finish.
There's a choice of four wall finishes for your Lidget Compton garage. Illustrated here is the Sectional Brick finish. Other choices are the Spar aggregate, Stone or Textured finishes.
There are 4 different sectional brick colours to choose from .. this one is 'Deep Red' but we also have a buff brick, brown brick and a different shade of red available.
Our display centre staff can help you decide which one is most appropriate for your location !
Making your garage weathertight is very important and two of the key elements of this are shown in this picture. When installed, your garage fitters will seal between the panels with a water resistant mastic sealant which prevents draughts and damp. If you choose the option of a sand/cement fillet the fitters will fill and smooth around the bottom edge as shown in the picture with a cement fillet.
Hormann doors have an unrivalled reputation for providing easy lift up and over doors. They are secure, reliable and feature an external frame for strength and good looks. Horizontally ribbed doors are provided as standard but you can choose vertically ribbed doors or a range of special designs and colours. Just ask us for details, either with an on-line enquiry or by phone.
An interior shot of the deluxe wooden door shown here on a Pent roof garage. Even in this application there's room to fit the door under the up and over lifting gear. Normally you would expect to position this door further down one side or at the rear. Note that the door is strongly framed and includes a secure lock.
This up and over door is a 'sectional door'... look closely and you can see it is made up of four horizontal panels, one of which can, if wanted,accomodate 'waterford inserts' ie glazed panels ! Because of the door construction you can to park up closer to the door and yet still be able to lift it as it folds upwards while retaining its overall size.
This sectional door is shown on an Apex 20 garage but can be fitted to all of our garage styles.
If you want to see one of these doors we have it on show at our Ferndown branch in Dorset. Just check out the address on our site locator or follow the 'where can I see one link' above.
All concrete garages include installation by an expert team of builders. A concrete base needs to be prepared by you prior to delivery. Base plans for each building and base-building information is available, to ensure that there are no issues when we deliver and install.
As all of our concrete garages are very heavy, they are normally delivered using large lorries. So that we can be sure that buildings are safe and undamaged when unloaded, we also use lorry-mounted fork-lifts to manoeuvre the concrete panels.
To be able to do this, we will need to ask you questions relating to access and the size of lorry that will be able to reach your property. Once you have placed your order, you will be asked to fill out a 'help-the-driver' form that will give you the opportunity to give as much detail as possible - allowing us to deliver and install your new garage.
As there are so many variations in our range of garages and each one is made to order, you should expect to receive delivery of your new building around 4-6 weeks from when your “help the driver” form has been sent back to us.