Steel-Framed and Timber-Clad on the Farm
This timber-clad steel-framed farm building at Yalding, near Maidstone in Kent, suits its surroundings very well. The tanalised timber cladding is horizontal feather-edge, and the side rails and eaves beam are also timber.
Roof cladding is 0.7mm single-skin plastic-coated box profile with an anti-condensation fleece-backed membrane, and there are four roof lights.
The building is 12m long and 11m wide, and 2.6m to the eaves. There is a manually operated roller door 3.4m wide and 3m high with a galvanised finish, and also a personnel door.