Garden buildings are a clever way to add extra room to your home environment without the cost of a loft conversion or house extension, a Garden Room can be fashioned into an office, children’s playroom, home gym, art room or even a man cave (or she den, for that matter). As long as the building is not to be used as self contained living accommodation then panning permission is generally not required.
In other words, most garden buildings can be customised to suit your own particular needs. It can, for instance, be built with sliding or folding floor to ceiling glass panels or along one side to let in lots of light. It can also have a sound system, wifi connection, desk telephone, remote control lighting system and even a hot tub sitting on adjoining decking.
As well as providing a space to work in or even a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the house, a garden room means there will also be less clutter in your main living area since there will no longer be any need to work at the kitchen table or continually pick up the kids toys if they’re stored in their garden playroom.
What’s involved in creating garden buildings?
Just like having a loft conversion or house extension build, a garden room can be tailor-made to suit your specific purposes – and that means an initial consultation to find out what you want to use it for and what your budget is. Once you’ve approved the plans we will then design and build your garden building accordingly.