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Blackstone Lodge, Redhill Common, Redhill, RH1 6JN, UK


RB Design

3 Acorn Avenue, Crawley Down, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 4AL

Tel: 01342 523 766

Mob: 07988 998 928

e.mail: info@rossbowditchdesign

Tender Drawings PDF





Scope of work

  • 200 mm x 200 mm unseasoned oak posts

  • 200 mm x 75 mm unseasoned oak sol plates

  • 100 mm x 100 mm unseasoned oak studwork

  • 100 mm x 50 mm unseasoned oak bracing

  • 150 mm x 50 mm unseasoned oak curved braces

  • 200 mm x 150 mm unseasoned oak eaves beams

  • 200 mm x 300 mm unseasoned oak floor beams

  • 150 mm x 50 mm treated softwood floor joists between oak beams covered with

  • 22 mm moisture resistant chipboard flooring

  • 150 mm x 50 mm treated softwood rafters at 40 degrees

  • 200 mm x 50 mm treated softwood ridge beam

  • 200 mm x 20 mm green oak weatherboard (cladding)


Softwood weatherboard

Treated softwood weatherboard (cladding)


Larch weatherboard

Larch weatherboard starts off with a red/pink hue but silvers similar to softwood and oak as it ages over time, a bit like us!

Larch is a superb cladding/weatherboard material as like oak it can be left it doesn't require maintenance or treating every few years. It is also a much lower cost material than oak weatherboarding and ideal if you trying to keep your project to a strict budget. 

Green oak weatherboard

This is an upgrade from softwood or larch alternative. Oak weatherboard is supplied as a square edge of profile 200mm x 20mm sawn green oak and will eventually change to a silver patina colour as the building naturally weathers and ages. Our Oak weatherboard is supplied with stainless steel nails and oak stop ends.

Staddle stones

This is the stone that sits underneath any independent oak posts to raise them up from damp and rain. The stones are designed to fit perfectly with the oak post.

Masonry infill walls

The use of masonry infill walls offers an economical and durable solution. They are easy to build, attractive for architecture and have a very efficient cost-performance.





Ground floor cloakroom installation

  • Design

  • Ripping out (toilet, sink, tiles)

  • Removal of old suite and waste

  • Electrical work (extractor fan, ceiling lights, mirror light)

  • Plumbing (pipework adjustments, toilet cistern frame installation)

  • Toilet cistern boxing / ideally all cloakroom pipework will be hidden under the floor or behind suite items unseen

  • Floor tiling

  • Wall tiling

  • Toilet installation (toilet, seat, flush plate, toilet roll holder, wall mounted toilet brush)

  • Basin installation (basin, tap, van unit, towel rail, mirror)

  • Removal of waste

  • Finishing (ceiling painting)

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