We have been exploring the work of Vita Modular, who design and build contemporary style garden rooms and house extensions that are Building Regulation compliant. Available on a turnkey basis with all-inclusive pricing and a wide choice of stylish, low maintenance exterior cladding options.
Modular garden rooms
As their name suggests, Vita Modular has taken a modular approach to the design of their garden rooms. This way of working allows them to install their buildings on sites with difficult access; they can easily navigate a single doorway or tight alleyway.
Vita Modular utilise a steel framework at the core of their multi-layer construction. The build-up they have chosen meets current Building Regulations, including fire regulations and complies with PAS-24, insurance company required security standards.
Vita Modular garden rooms and extensions are sold on a turnkey basis; they handle the whole project for you, from the design through the installation phase, including decorating the internal walls.
All Vita Modular buildings are supplied with a 10-year insurance backed guarantee for peace of mind.
Low maintenance exterior finishes
One of the key features of the Vita Modular range that has caught our eye is the palette of exterior cladding options. They are all low maintenance choices, which is an important consideration when buying a garden room.
We know that many buyers are looking for a brick garden room, and Vita Modular have a solution that will work for them. They offer a brick slips cladding option available in traditional red or contemporary slate blue finishes, which mix well with the dark grey trims. We hear they can also source brick finishes to match the colour brick used on your house.
Vita Modular also offer a standing seam steel cladding option, which, as we can see in this image, looks particularly smart.
There is also a range of cement fibre board options, from plain panels which offer a crisp contemporary look or grooved finishes - we particularly like the pinstripe option, which we haven't seen before in garden room design.
There is also the option of going traditional with Redwood timber cladding, which, as we can see, looks sharp mixed with the dark grey trims.