Bridge Garden Rooms are one of a handful of companies that offer designs with an apex roofline. Most companies focus on flat pitched designs which provide the most flexibility under the Permitted Development rules. Don't dismiss a pitched roof design though, as designs like the Longhrigg by Bridge Garden Rooms can with the right positioning, still be built without needing a planning application.
Under the Permitted Development rules, an apex roof garden room can be no taller than 2.5m at the eaves and 4m at the ridge. It must be positioned at least 2m from each boundary. If you need to position it closer to a boundary, a planning application would need to be made.
Bridge Garden Rooms are experienced in guiding their clients through projects built under both Permitted Development rules and a full planning application, making it a stress-free process.
Bridge Garden Rooms offer their Loughrigg Range in a number of standard sizes, they also provide a bespoke service so you can specify the exact size you need.
The apex roofline, not only adds a lot of character to the building when viewed from the exterior. It also means a vaulted ceiling which creates a room with a wonderfully airy feel. Much more so than flat roof designs.
The Loughrigg range of garden rooms with apex roof start at £16,840 plus VAT. Reassuringly, Bridge Garden Rooms offer a 10-year insurance backed guarantee on all their garden rooms.