Garden rooms are becoming a popular option with health professionals looking to create a professional treatment room at home. A great example of this is Boxhill Osteopath in Surrey who run their practice from a purpose built garden room.
While, by design, garden rooms are comfortable spaces to work all year round. It is important for therapists to offer patients a constant temperature all year round. The easiest way to achieve this is by installing an air conditioning system.
Boxhill Osteopath approached the team at Advantage Air Systems to advise them on their options and to install the air conditioning system into their existing garden treatment room. The process started with a free, no obligation site survey where the Advantage Air Systems team could assess the building and offer advice on the options available.
Boxhill Osteopath’s aim was to achieve a year-round temperature of 22°c. Advantage Air Systems suggested a Mitsubishi Electric system that comes complete with 7-day, remotely controlled time clock allowing the system to be programmed to heat or cool the treatment room before the room being used.
Installation of the air conditioning unit took just one day, so there was little disruption to the Osteopaths diary. There is a discreet unit inside the garden room, positioned high up so as not to steal valuable space within the room. A second unit was positioned out of sight behind the room and sits on a concrete slab foundation.
Air conditioning is the ideal way to control the temperature in a garden room all year round. As you can see from this example, it is possible to retrofit air conditioning into a garden room, quickly and with little disruption.