Insulated concrete slabs are popular with some garden room designers. They offer extra headroom within the garden room which can be useful when designing a 2.5m high building.
garden room foundations
A concrete slab is the traditional option for the foundation of a garden room. They take skill to get right and are made up from a series of layers.
Garden room designers have widely adopted ground screws (also known as screw piles) over the last few years. As they require little site preparation, are quick to install and easy to level.
SIPS Garden Rooms are the first garden room supplier to adopt alloy pile foundations rather than alternative galvanised versions. These alloy piles will last for hundreds of years.
Executive Garden Rooms client was worried about foxes burrowing under the building, so they used a concrete slab foundation overcome this.
Crane Garden Buildings explain the benefits of choosing a concrete as the foundation for your garden room
The EasyPad by Quick Base Solutions has been widely adopted by the garden room suppliers and many self builders, it can be used in a variety of situations.
A new pad foundation for garden rooms has launched. Different from other designs because it sits within the floor frame
Quentin Farrow of Contemporary Garden Rooms shares with us his experience of using ground screws as a foundation system for garden room buildings.