Many garden room companies cover the whole of the UK but sometimes there are benefits to working with a supplier local to where you live.
This archive of articles covers topics you should familiarise yourself with before buying a garden room.
A garden room is a big ticket purchase, so you want to ensure that you make informed buying decisions rather than expensive mistakes. To this end, we urge you to research your options thoroughly.
Many garden room suppliers make full use of prefabrication methods, this means they can produce your room in factory conditions, offer quick build times and great prices.
Buying a garden room is a series of steps. In this article we outline those steps for you.
With around 100 companies selling garden rooms in the UK it can be daunting to decide which design and specification is right for you.
If you are looking for a stress-free build that makes use of tried and tested building systems, your best bet is to work with an experienced supplier.
It’s interesting that buying a garden room is one of the few big-ticket home improvements where you deal directly with the manufacturer.
You will see the term ‘turnkey project’ listed on many garden room suppliers websites, but what does this mean?
A look at the steps you can take when designing your garden room to ensure it functions well for years to come.
In many cases, you can build your garden room under the Permitted Development rules. We have created a guide to show how these rules apply to different styles of garden room.