Tracy and Steve in their South London home

Details of the items and suppliers featured in Tracy and Steve's 'urban shed'

Building

The architectural designers were Jonathan Tuckey Design

jonathantuckey.com

The wet room and bathroom floors were from Danny Jeffery Interiors

danny@dannyjefferyinteriors.co.uk

The building environment and services engineers were Skelly and Couch LTD

skellyandcouch.com

The cladding wet room and extreme durable MDF was supplied by Medite Tricoya

meditetricoya.com

The zinc cladding was from Peter Wragge Supplies

peterwraggesupplies.co.uk

The silver birch trees were from Cottage Farm Nurseries

cottagefarmnurseries.co.uk

The site office was by Wyre Forest Garden Buildings

wyreforestgardenbuildings.co.uk

The transparent building materials were from Rodeca Ltd

rodeca.co.uk

Corrugated cement fibreboard was from Cembrit

cembrit.co.uk

Floated concrete floors were supplied by Steysons Granolithic Contractors Ltd

steysonconcretefloors.co.uk

The groundworks were by Milton Ground Works

miltongroundworks.co.uk

The exterior of Tracy and Steve's home

The hard landscaping, ground protection and reinforcement was from GroundTrax

groundtrax.com

The insulation was provided by Celotex

celotex.co.uk

The main contractor for the project was Produk

PRODUK.co.uk

The natural ventilation system was from Gilberts

gilbertsblackpool.com

Interiors

The railings and balustrades were from Flux Metal

fluxmetal.co.uk

The contemporary and vintage homewares were from Mrs Robinson

mrsrobinsonshop.co.uk

The island kitchen was provided by Deptford Sheet Metal

deptfordsheetmetal.com

The vintage sanitary ware was from Mongers Architectural Salvage

mongersofhingham.co.uk

The black stucco lustro style wall was by Mark Wood

wyndhammatson.co.uk

The cooker hood cabinet was from Sixninethree - furniture makers

sixninethree.co.uk

Detail correct at time of original broadcast, September 2014