Homestead Timber Buildings Review

A couple of weeks ago we welcomed Homestead Timber Buildings to The Garden Room Guide, here is our independent review.

Homestead Timber Buildings are one of the original garden room suppliers having started in 1989, they are known for their traditional style pitched roof garden rooms, but have recently added a contemporary flat roof garden room to their range.

Homestead Timber Buildings are the purveyors of one of the most iconic garden room pitched roof garden room  designs(picture above) incorporating a covered veranda area on the front elevation with decorative balustrade creating an area idea for sitting out on a barmy summer evening drink in hand looking out over your homestead!

The buying process of a Homestead Timber Building starts with either a visit to the Homestead show site in Oxfordshire which features several examples of their work giving you the opportunity to see the different designs, see options for doors, windows, roof covering and paint colours and to get the feel of a Homestead Timber Building, the other option is to arrange a free and without obligation home visit, this gives the Homestead team the chance to survey the site, advise on planning regulations and give an accurate project cost.

Homestead offer 8 garden room designs but every building is built to order, they then offer a full installation service – from foundation to electrics or can supply garden rooms in kit form for the customer to build themselves at a significant price reduction.

Homestead recommend that their garden rooms are built on a 10mm concrete base, this offers a solid and level foundation for their garden rooms, on a full installation contract Homestead install this base for the customer.

Homestead Timber Buildings are built using a traditional timber frame method creating a cavity for insulation. House quality doors and windows are used and garden rooms are factory painted for a quality finish, Homestead offer a wide range of paint colours.

Roof are finished in Asphalt shingles as standard which have a 25 year guarantee, alternatively garden rooms can have a cedar shingle roof covering which is a very attractive finish that will weather to a silver gray colour.

Homestead have their own electrician to install and connect the electrics, standard packages include 4 double sockets and track spotlights.

So if you are looking for a garden room full of traditional charm take a look at Homestead Timber Buildings.

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