With over four decades of expertise in crafting timber frame buildings, Warwick Buildings has established itself as a leader in the industry. The company is dedicated to innovation and continuously expands its portfolio to offer a diverse range of options, ensuring that every customer can create their perfect garden room. A testament to this commitment is the recent introduction of ground screw foundations, now available across their entire selection of timber buildings.
Archive of articles touching on the different foundation systems used in garden room design. As you will see there are several different foundation systems that can be used, but your garden will dictate which.
OKOBASE is a Building Regs approved steel raft foundation that is an alternative to a concrete slab foundation for a garden room.
Ground screws have become the foundation system of choice for many garden room designers.
The Ground Screw Centre have shared some facts about ground screw foundations that you might not be aware of.
The Ground Screw Centre is the leading name in self-install ground screws that can be used for garden room buidings.
Stopdigging North install groundscrew foundations for garden rooms and log cabins in the North of England and Scotland.
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.
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.
This garden room sits on 1.5m long ground screws chosen to create a firm base on a sloping site.
This is an unusual project, an artists studio on stilts so that it could be built on a floodplain. Timeless Garden Rooms have incorporated several bespoke features including a kitchenette with double Belfast sink, a storage area and metal treads on the staircase.