A few photos from an assembly job carried out today for a customer in Angmering, West Sussex.
This was our first venture into assembling a Dunster House Fort Adventure 2 climbing frame (to give it it’s full name) and it turned out to be an interesting project and good learning experience for future jobs assembling products from this manufacturer.
Dunster House provide a wide range of real wood products; from log cabins, gazebos, sheds, garden offices, garages, saunas and hot tubs. The list goes on..!
I’ve only recently heard about this manufacturer, as I was asked to assemble a gazebo for a crazy golf project on Brighton seafront earlier this year. Dunster House products are offered as a DIY project for the more experienced or adventurous DIYer, but to be honest, the assembly of the products I have seen from them so far does require a fairly high degree of DIY knowledge and assembly is not for the faint hearted. It can get pretty stressful and complicated at times!
So to conclude, my colleague Karla and I had an enjoyable (if slightly challenging and times) assembly job today. With the total assembly time being 5 hours exactly. Not bad for a first attempt I reckon.
I hope you enjoy the assembly stage photos. If you would like something similar assembled, or if you have any questions you would like to ask about garden furniture in general, as always feel free to contact me on 01273 610690 or email firstname.lastname@example.org 7 days a week.
Thanks for reading and have a great day.