Modern garden room design can overcome a sloping site with relative ease. It can be an opportunity for a nice step design feature.
This garden room sits on 1.5m long ground screws chosen to create a firm base on a sloping site.
Steel stilts have allowed MOSSpods to build this garden gym on sloping, uneven ground with relative ease. The steel
This art studio has been created so its owner can offer art classes. The contemporary style building has been built on a sloping site with a ramp and steps leading up to the doorways of the art studio and the secret storage shed that sits alongside it.
Executive Garden Studios were tasked with building a garden room on a slope which might have been considered tricky by some. But with foundation design it was easily overcome.
Minature Manors recently completed this garden room built into a hill. As bespoke garden room designers, the Minature Manors team were able to tailor their design to make use of the space available.
Don’t be put off if you have a sloping site, garden room designers have ways around them.
This Booths Garden Studio just slots into the customers established garden and looks like it was always meant to be.
Garden Fortress have recently completed this stylish garden room, the design of which had to overcome the problems of a sloping site.
We don’t all have flat gardens, and a sloping site can make people think that a garden room is not an option for them, but garden room suppliers have a number of solutions to this problem in their toolbox