On the 1st October 2010 changes to Part L of the Building Regulations come into effect. Part L deals with how well a building conserves fuel and power. Whilst garden rooms don’t have to comply with Building Regulations unless they are over 15sqm and used for sleeping accommodation, many garden room suppliers do build their […]
Archive of articles looking at different elements of garden room roof construction. From roof shapes to the popular materials used.
Like people, garden offices come in all shapes and sizes, and the style of roof chosen will have a significant effect on the appearance and feel of your garden office. Flat Roof Flat roof garden offices have become very popular over recent years because they often don’t need planning permission, because the overall building height […]
Although materials such as metal and UPVC are often used in garden office construction, by far the most widely used material is wood. Wood is a good choice for garden office construction as its readily available, easily transportable, quick to install, minimally disruptive and more cost effective than other types of construction, it’s also one […]
There are three main types of roof construction which can be used on a garden room, a warm roof construction, cold roof construction or a structural insulated panel construction. This article weighs up the benefits.