We can create bespoke garden rooms to suit any need and any garden. Having a tailor made garden room is the perfect way to expand your homes living space, our garden rooms are fully insulated, durable and will stand the test of time.
12 Month Warranty on all Workmanship and Materials.
All our garden rooms are constructed using the same professional, high quality materials and techniques.
How is it made?
As standard - All our garden rooms are constructed using the same professional, high quality materials and techniques. They come as standard with a timber floor, insulated with 100mm Celotex. The sturdy 50mm x 50mm timber frame is then insulated with 40mm insulation. The front of the building is coated with 18mm ply, then covered with a breathable felt membrane. The facade is then clad in fantastic shiplap timber. The sides and rear can be clad or have corrugated bitumen sheets. The flat roof will have at least 100mm insulation and finished in durable fibreglass.
How much will it cost?
As all of our products are bespoke, prices will vary. However, starting from a 3mx3mx2.5m garden room. Included with a door, window, front cladding, 4 double sockets, 6 spot lights, plus an outside light - ready for decoration. This would have a starting price of £15,000.
What can be added?
As an extra we can provide a stunning decoration service, install toasty underfloor heating, speedy wi-fi and crisp air-con. Everyone of our garden rooms are bespoke - so its down to you to decide on how we kit out your incredible new garden room.
How long does it take?
A project of the above specification should take around 4 weeks from start to finish.
Do I need planning permission for a garden room?
The following advice may make planning permission unnecessary but we strongly advise all out clients to seek written approval from their local development control officer before starting construction - We are happy to help with this.
The garden cabin must be less than 4m high with a pitched roof or 3m with a flat roof.
If the floor area of the building is less than 15 square metres, it can be sited close to a boundary.
If between 15 and 30 square metres there should be at least 1 metre to any boundary to comply with building regulations.
The garden cabin should take up less than 50% of the garden surrounding the house.