360 Living Concepts

One of the questions we ask garden room suppliers when they submit their work for review is ‘What is you USP?’ 360 Living Concepts answer was that they treat every garden room project like they were designing a 5 star hotel – a good answer and reassuring that they pay close attention to every detail.

360 Living Concepts are an experienced company with considerable experience delivering high-end solutions to the domestic additions market. This includes extensions, orangeries, hardwood conservatories, glass rooms and verandas, with the trend for people extending their homes rather than moving 360 Living Concepts architects have turned their hand to the garden room market with their Living Cube range.

The Living Qube range has a very modern look and features on trend design features like large expanses of bi-fold doors creating a merger between indoor and outdoor space.

Garden rooms from 360 Living Concepts can be free standing and positioned anywhere in your garden or attached to the house as a fantastic alternative to a conservatory.

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All Living Qube’s are built using Structural Insulated Panel’s meaning they are extremely quick to build, onsite installation typically takes three days, SIP’s also create a highly insulated garden room that requires little additional heating and will be comfortable to use all year round. 360 Living Concepts offer a range of exterior cladding options from timber cladding to bricks or render so a unique looking garden room can easily be created.

So, whether you are looking for a standalone garden room or a garden room extension let 360 Living Concepts create something special for you, for more information visit the 360 Living Concepts website or call them on  0845 47 46 360

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