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.
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Striking 6m x 3.5m garden art studio which features Tricoya cladding and a corner of aluminium framed glazing.
Thermowood clad garden office by Ark Design/Build in Kent. The office includes Cat6 data cabling for a reliable internet connection.
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.
Bridge Garden Rooms offer the option for you to mix low maintenance cladding finishes on the exterior of your garden room. With great effect as these photos show.
There is a new timber cladding option when buying a garden room: Red Grandis. Red Grandis is a hardwood that is being chosen as an alternative to Western Red Cedar cladding.
Create a garden room that stands out from the crowd by mixing and matching timber cladding with a sharp section of render, colour matched to your doors & windows.
Siberian larch cladding can offer a lot of character to a garden room, as this example by Swift Garden Rooms shows.
Bridge Garden Rooms have recently built this good sized garden office based on their Derwent Range. The Derwent has a striking form with a corner of glazing and covered veranda area on the front elevation.