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Build quality and technical information

Our huts are made from the highest quality materials.


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Our rolling and turntable chassis’ are made by our local, father and son smithy, in the neighbouring village of Crick, and are of a heavy duty construction using the finest steel.


The wheels are cast from our own patterns in 2 family run foundries in the Midlands.


We use planed all round CLS (Canadian Lumber Standard) timber to make the frame of the hut, which is clad in exterior ply, a breathable membrane and corrugated iron painted to the colour of your choice.


The interior skin consists of a vapour barrier and then tongue and grove pine, through the length of the ceiling and to either half or full wall height.


Our curved roof beams, dado rails and trim are all made by a local craftsman, from Naseby (famous for it’s battle) from tulip wood, which gives a very smooth and attractive finish.


All our huts are fully insulated using either Earthwool (standard) or sheep’s 10 year guarantee with all Tithe Barn Shepherd Huts wool insulation (optional extra).


The doors and windows are made from hardwood, for durability and strength.


If you choose to have a stove we will always install heat deflectors, in the form of Vermiculite boards, on the walls and use a fully compliant flue kit. We also include under floor ventilation as standard.


For electrical connections into your hut we use simple “commando” fittings (see image gallery), and power is distributed via a fused consumer unit (see image gallery).


Because our Shepherd Huts are made to such a high standard we are able to offer a 10 year Guarantee for the chassis, wheels and eternal structure. Terms & Conditions apply - click here



Quality & Build

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A brief history about shepherd huts.Click here for more details



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We are centrally located in the UK.

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