Executive Garden Studios were tasked with building a garden room on a slope which might have been considered tricky by some. But with foundation design it was easily overcome.
Guide to the types of garden room foundations
Sanctum Garden Studios were recently asked by a fashion photographer to build a garden office in his large garden, so he could run his business from it.
We know that many readers of this site are looking of a way to combine a garden room and hot tub to create a great entertainment space. This example by Harrison James is one of the more successful examples we’ve seen.
This Contemporary Garden Rooms building shows how garden room designers can cleverly design solutions to a steeply sloping site.
SIPS Garden Rooms are the first garden room supplier to adopt alloy pile foundations rather than alternative galvanised versions. These alloy piles will last for hundreds of years.
Don’t be put off if you have a sloping site, garden room designers have ways around them.
Executive Garden Rooms client was worried about foxes burrowing under the building, so they used a concrete slab foundation overcome this.
Sanctum Garden Studios share with us the details of a recent build, accompanied by the photos the client took at each stage of the build.
Executive Garden Rooms recently completed this modern garden room for a client who’s garden wasn’t without its challenges.
Crane Garden Buildings explain the benefits of choosing a concrete as the foundation for your garden room
We don’t all have flat gardens, and a sloping site can make people think that a garden room is not an option for them, but garden room suppliers have a number of solutions to this problem in their toolbox
The EasyPad by Quick Base Solutions has been widely adopted by the garden room suppliers and many self builders, it can be used in a variety of situations.
A new pad foundation for garden rooms has launched. Different from other designs because it sits within the floor frame
Booths Garden Studios have recently completed this garden room build on what could be considered a difficult site.
A sloping garden can make you think a garden studio is not an option, but garden studio suppliers have ways around sloping sites as Sanctum Garden Studios show in this latest build.
Most garden rooms come complete with the foundation system included in the package, but a few dont and you will need to organise a concrete slab
Rounding up our Garden Office Guide we chat with Insitu Garden Offices about planning permission, foundations, insualtion and much more…
We chat with eDen Garden Rooms about using their unique buildings as home garden offices: Which is your most popular office design? We recommend our 3.6m x 3.6m design which is compact and perfect for a small office in the garden. All of our designs are fully insulated and heated and have electric and data […]
We chat to Atelier about their range of contemporary garden offices: What is your most popular garden office design? Atelier manufactures two ranges of garden studio; the C-range and the S-range. In addition, we produce bespoke designs and home extensions that incorporate the Atelier style. Of these, our most popular design is probably the C-range […]
We chat with Contemporary Garden Rooms about their range of garden offices: What is your most popular garden office design? The myPod Garden Room Why does your design make the perfect garden office, how have you made it user friendly? It is installed in 1 day and can be re-sited in the same time period […]