Garden Room Uses

Garden rooms could have been designed with 2020 in mind!

During lockdown and at a time when more and more of us are choosing to work from home, we all quickly realised that open-plan living had its drawbacks or had a desire for more space, whether that was for an office or a gym.

I have three boys between the ages of 6 and 16, and running a business from home is difficult. If the boys weren’t shooting each other with Nerf guns, they were asking for food or, just generally being boisterous!  It was when I spoke to my business partner Matt, that I instantly saw just how beneficial a garden room was. He has four girls and uses his garden room as a part-time office and part-time teenage den. So whether you are looking for a fitness studio to work out in or to teach, somewhere to work or somewhere for the kids to play - a garden room is a very attractive alternative to lengthy planning, major upheaval (I know having lived through two extensions!) and above all the cost.

Our garden rooms are built with SIPS panels (that’s structurally insulated panels to you and me and simply means they consist of an insulating layer of rigid core sandwiched between two layers of structural board). The benefit to you is that they have exceptional insulating and noise reducing properties, requiring less energy and perfect temperatures, it also has the added advantage of being quick to construct. We offer cedar cladding as standard (for the ultimate luxury finish), floor and door options and we will do everything to make sure we give you the living space and experience that is right for you.

We offer great pricing on our three beautiful styles of garden room; the Ashton, Clifton and the Westbury. All three are built to a high specification and with no hidden costs. For each style, you can see exactly what comes as standard and then choose to upgrade whatever you like to make it your perfect retreat.

Other garden room uses