The team at Modern Garden Rooms have recently shared a few examples of their composite wood-clad garden rooms, and we wanted to share them here with you:
Composite wood garden rooms, the low maintenance choice
Composite wood cladding has become a popular choice in garden room design over the last couple of years. This is because composite wood cladding is a good choice if you are looking to buy a low maintenance garden room.
Composite wood-clad garden rooms do not require painting to maintain their colour, and unlike timber-clad options such as Cedar and Larch maintain their 'newly built look' in the longterm.
Composite garden room vs composite wood-clad garden room
There are ranges of composite garden rooms that make use of the material for both the external and internal wall finishes. This approach allows them to install their buildings quickly. It does, however, limit your design choices, and creates a building that lacks the finesse of other construction systems.
If you want the low maintenance benefits of composite wood cladding, but want to create a room that is finished like a proper room. You would be far better served by working with a company like Modern Garden Rooms. They offer composite cladding as just one layer in their multi-layer build-up, which includes a plastered and decorated interior.
This combination gives you the benefits of a maintenance-free exterior but allows you to create an interior finish akin to that in a new build house. This creates a much nicer room to use and ensures your building will hold its value in the longterm.
Higher spec composite wood claddings
Garden room companies like Modern Garden Rooms who chose a composite wood cladding as part of their multi-layer build-up, tend to pick a higher-spec material than is used in modular composite garden room ranges.
Higher spec composite wood claddings tend to offer a better range of colours and surface texture than those offered by modular composite garden room ranges.
To explore your composite wood cladding options as part of a multi-layer build-up, we suggest trying the configurator on the Modern Garden Rooms website.