We recently had an enquiry from a lady who was moving into a rented property for work. She wanted to buy a garden room as a teenage den for her children, but knowing that they would be moving again in a couple of years, wanted to find a building that they could take with them.
Into the bargain, there was limited access to the rear garden, so she needed to find a company that delivers their buildings as manageable panels.
We've written before about garden rooms that can be lifted by crane out of the garden. Loaded on to a lorry and then craned into its new garden. While this is a quick process, it is rather expensive to do. The proximity of the site to the road also plays a part in craning in a garden room. The further the site is from the road, the bigger the crane needed and therefore, more expense.
There are a couple of garden room ranges that have been designed to be portable. Booths Garden Studios and Smart Garden Offices have both helped move their rooms when their clients moved house. Because of the mobile nature of their designs, there is an active secondhand market for both brands. Meaning your building has value if you have finished with it.
Companies like Booths Garden Studios and Smart Garden Offices offer the option of dismantling and then reassembling the room in its new home.
The modular nature of both ranges and the materials that are used mean that your garden room can be dismantled and moved with minimal damage to the fabric of the building.