Light gauge steel frames are growing in popularity in garden room design. They can be installed within hours and can be easily insulated and finished using popular finishes.
There are several different systems used in garden room construction. This page gathers together different articles that showcase different aspects of the build-up, a design detail or a particular material being used.
As lovely as timber clad garden rooms are they do require maintenance to stay looking good. We look at 7 alternative, low maintenance cladding options for a garden room.
Insulated concrete slabs are popular with some garden room designers. They offer extra headroom within the garden room which can be useful when designing a 2.5m high building.
A concrete slab is the traditional option for the foundation of a garden room. They take skill to get right and are made up from a series of layers.
If your Cedar cladding is going silver, you can restore the colour using a Cedar coloured UV-oil. Our testing shows the results are pretty good.
Enhance your garden room project by adding a high spec SAiGE composite deck. Available in three contemporary colours.
Garden room designers have widely adopted ground screws (also known as screw piles) over the last few years. As they require little site preparation, are quick to install and easy to level.
See how our Cedar cladding has weathered in just one year. The Osmo UV-oil has helped protect the colour while the exposed boards have turned silver.
Clear Edge have developed a range of doors and windows specifically for the garden room industry. With 1500+ units installed so far they have had no call backs which is good to know!
What sort of cladding are you considering for your garden room? Dalply have created a useful infographic looking at the pros & cons of timber and fibre cement claddings.