Wendy Houses, Doll Houses, Guard Rooms, Garden Sheds Log Homes and Much More
Wendy Houses, we manufacture, deliver and install all types of wendy houses to your exact requirements. So if you need a log cabin, playhouse for your children, garden shed for your tools, additional living space, guard house or a garden studio let us know and we will design and build your imagination.
All our wendy houses are manufactured from treated timber to prevent natural damage and keep pests out. Please keep in mind that the cabin is made from a natural product and wood like any other product does need care over time to keep it beautiful and strong.
Why A wooden Wendy House?
A wooden wendy house provides a practical solution for the ever evolving space problems. When you need more working space, living space, playing spaces like doll houses or just some extra space to store goods a wooden wendy house or similar wooden structure can be the perfect answer.
Depending on your build option most wendy houses are moveable structures that you can move to another space on your property, or you are able to disassemble and take it with when you move.
Cliffie’s wooden Wendy houses and other wooden structures all come with a 5 year warranty. The wendy houses are fitted with fibre cement or or galvanised corrugated iron roofs. All our wendy houses have sturdy wooden floors and glass fitted windows. All of the walls are manufactured from oven-dried graded SA Pine.
At Cliffie’s we make use of more expensive, longer lasting ring shank nails on our wendy houses, which is not what you will find easily in the industry. The ring shank nails add to the stability of the structure and it will remain resilient for much longer than the wire nail constructed counterparts.
Cliffie’s Wendy Houses and Log Cabins are located in Pretoria. However we do wendy house installations in Pretoria, Centurion Midrand, Johannesburg up to Rustenburg. If your have an existing wendy house we will dismantle and remove the old structure at no additional charge when you have a new wendy house installed by us.
Our Wood Used
All our wood is sources from responsible suppliers in the industry and carries all the quality assurances for the product. We ensure our sourced wood is renewable, durable and will withstand our South African climate.
What Are the Different Types Of Wendy Houses?
Louvre Wood Wendys
Louvre wood is a great, cost-effective option for an attractive wendy hut.
Knotty Pine Wendys
Knotty pine is generally loved for it’s attractive and interesting patterns.
Doll / Play Houses
Provide a safe space for the kids to play in with many guaranteed hours of fun! Our wooden doll houses are usually painted with bright colours for the kids.
We manufacture and build small wooden cabins when you need that little bit of extra space.
We have expert thatch craftsmen who will get the job done right!
Depending on your personal style and preference we can add almost any interior additions to your log cabin.
We manufacture, supply and install:
Wendy House – We manufacture, supply and erect wendy houses in the following areas: Pretoria, Pretoria North, Pretoria East, Pretoria West, Centurion, Midrand, Johannesburg, Brits, Bela Bela, Fourways, Secunda, Boksburg, Benoni, Brits, Bronkhorstspruit, Sasolburg, Carletonville, Springs, Roodepoort, Krugersdorp, Hartbeespoort Dam, Alberton, Rustenburg, Emalahleni, Parys, Potchefstroom, Polokwane, Kempton park, Germiston
Descriptions Of Our wooden Structures
A Wendy house or playhouse is a small house for children, large enough for one or more children to enter. Size and solidity can vary from a plastic kit to something resembling a real house in a child’s size. Usually there is one room, a doorway with a window on either side, and little or no furniture other than that which the children improvise.
In South Africa, there is another explanation for the origin of the name “Wendy House”. There it is said to have come from the building of a doll’s house for a young lady called Wendy in Pretoria in the mid-1960s (the doll’s house rather like that of Wendy in Peter Pan). In this case, during construction of the doll’s house, a regular question to the builder was “How’s Wendy’s house?”. This name, “Wendy’s house”, stuck amongst the constructors, and was eventually used by all building this type of construction.