Garden rooms are not just for domestic settings; they can also be the perfect way to free up space in a commercial setting. A fine example is this staff room and communal space that has been built in the grounds of a residential home in Cornwall.
Building With Boxes
Off-site construction can ensure a high specification building both inside and out. Building With Frames has recently completed 10 self-contained holiday pods with luxury interiors.
Building With Frames has recently completed a series of holiday pods in Cornwall. Each pod was completed off-site to Building Regulation standards, transported to the site and craned into position. This process can be completed in a matter of hours and once connected to the mains supplies, the pods will be ready to let.
Building With Frames has created this 7.5m x 4m annexe with wet room, for a client who wanted to create a light and airy living space for a disabled relative. The annexe connects to the main house via a glazed linkway.
Exciting news from Building With Frames, they have been commissioned to build ten high-spec micro lodges to add to the luxury accommodation at a holiday park in Cornwall. Each lodge will be constructed off-site and craned into position.
Many garden room companies also design buildings for commercial use. A fine example is this project by SIPS specialists Building With Frames. Cornwall based Building With Frames not only build using SIPS panels they also manufacture them, so bring a lot of expertise to the table.
Building With Frames who produce SIPS Garden Boxes has recently launched a new look website showcasing their services. Their work ranges from high spec pre-engineered homes right through to SIPS self-build kits.
As part of a larger refurbishment project, Building With Boxes was asked to create a contemporary farm shop, reception area and gym using their SIP’s building system.
Building With Boxes are selling their prototype garden room building at the very good price of £5,995 inc VAT plus delivery.
The beauty of garden room extensions is that they can easily be designed so that they tie in with the design of the main house.