Moonalabs have chosen Teak cladding for their garden rooms and offices. This article looks at why they chose Teak and its benefits.
Archive of articles touching on elements of garden room wall construction. There are several construction systems and many different materials used in the wall build-up.
Millboard Cladding is a great choice for the exterior of a garden room as it is maintenance-free and will maintain its new appearance in the longterm.
Dura Cladding is one of the better quality composite wood cladding options for a garden room. It is no maintenance with a Class B fire rating.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Garden Spaces are showcasing a new cladding material option at Grand Designs Live. Parklex offers the beauty of natural wood but requires no maintenance.
Left unprotected, Cedar cladding will weather to a silver grey colour, losing its ‘new look’. We have been watching our Cedar to see how quickly this happens compared with UV-oil protected cladding.
If you want to maintain the ‘new’ look of you Cedar cladding, you need to decide quickly as exposure to sunlight will start to change its colour. We were surprised that even a weeks exposure to strong sunlight can cause a change in colour.