This is a reassuring article for garden room buyers which shows that suppliers will say ‘no’ when a project isn’t feasible.
garden room extensions
A useful guide by Westbury Garden Rooms highlighting the different types of glazed extension – orangeries, conservatories & garden rooms.
We’ve written many times about garden rooms attached to the house creating a modern extension, but this is the first time we have seen a garden room extension on a garage.
Whilst most garden rooms we feature on this site are standalone buildings, sited away from the main house, many garden room suppliers also offer the option of garden room house extensions.
Swift are one of the few garden room companies who build garden room extensions attached to the house, and they have recently launched a new website dedicated to this service.
There is a growing demand for contemporary garden room extensions, often called flat pack extensions they offer many benefits over other types of extension..
On the whole this website focuses on stand alone garden rooms, but of course the traditional Garden Room is a room attached to the house, a solid roof alternative to a conservatory or orangery.
An informative guest post from Westbury Garden Rooms advising on how to ensure your garden room can cope with all the weather throws at it
Many readers are looking to add an extension to the house, new rules allow you to add bigger extensions without the need for planning permission
Westbury Garden Room’s design portfolio included everything from the traditional garden room attched to the house to contemporary standalone garden rooms.