Garden Office Guide: Warwick Garden Offices


Next up in our look at garden office suppliers are Warwick Garden Offices

What is your most popular garden office design?

Traditional model

Why does your design make the perfect garden office, how have you made it user friendly?

It has been designed so that we can deliver & erect anywhere in the country within a single day – even the Isle of Wight

How do your garden offices comply with Planning Permission?

Under 2.5m in most cases, hence planning not usually required.

What size garden office do you recommend for one worker to work comfortably?

8′ x 8′ minimum or 12′ x 8′ comfortably

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And for two workers what size garden office do you suggest?

12′ x 12′ minimum.

Are the foundations included in the price, if so what type?

12 x 8 paving slab base is typically about £750 – £1000

Are your garden offices suitable for year round use? What type of insulation do you use? How thick are your walls?

Yes. Cellotex insulation is used.
Wall thickness is 100mm.

What is the exterior cladding on your garden offices?

Shiplap cladding, pressure treated, giving an expected lifespan of 25+ years.

What is the roof covering?

AA rated felt tiles, with an under felt,

What is the interior lining and floor covering?

12mm Brush groove plywood – providing a seamless tongue & groove appearance to the walls. Skirting and other linings are also included.

Floor is plywood floor – options on a laminate finish.

How many electrical sockets do you include as standard?

3 x Double Sockets

What sort of lighting do you use in your offices, why have you chosen this type?

Fire rated ceiling down lights. LED bulbs have also been fitted for customers as they produce no heat output.

Do you include heating in your garden office as standard, if so what type?

No. Customers can purchase a plug in heater.

Broadband and telephone are important in a garden office, how do buyers get these to the office?

Customers can run a cat5 cable up the garden, and simply drill through the wall, and easily connect.

What optional extras would you recommend to create the perfect office setup?

Multi point locking to the doors.

What is the lead time on your garden offices?

6 weeks

What is the typical on site build time?

1 day

How much does a typical one person office cost?

£4500 – £6250

How much does a typical two person office cost?


Are there any hidden extras? (planning fees, electrical hookup etc)

Electrician for half a day. Base (concrete or paving slabs).

What is the lifespan of your garden offices, is there any ongoing maintenance?

20+ years. Every 5 years the outside will require a wood protector stain or clear tough coat to protect from UV rays.
After15 years the felt tiles may need maintenance.

What guarantees come with the office, are they free?

2 year guarantee

If you could give a buyer one piece of advice about buying a garden office, what would it be?

Don’t buy a log cabin and kit it out yourself – it costs far more in the future.

Like what you read? Give Warwick Garden Office a call on 01926 815757 or visit their website for more information.

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