Building an underground room in your garden is a specialist task and one that you should only do with the right skills, experience and equipment. Underground constructions can be dangerous, so it’s best to leave it to the professionals. If you would like a high-quality garden room above ground, however, we would be more than happy to help you.
An indoor garden room is an interior room of your house that you convert into a garden filled with plants. You can build this in any spare room of your house, but perhaps a conservatory is best. It can take up as much or as little space as you want. Simply choose a style of garden, pick out the types of plants you want to grow and the amount of space you want to use, then start creating your garden based on your personal preferences.
At Into The Garden Room, we have a 6-step process in place that we have perfected over many years. It starts with your enquiry and goes all the way through to construction and completion. If you build your own garden room, you should expect it to be a large task, especially if you want it to be a high-quality construction. Or just ask us and we’ll be happy to help create your perfect garden room.
If you want to build your own garden room, start by designing it. What do you want to use it for? How large do you want it to be? Make sure you consider whether you will require planning permission at this stage. Then source the materials and lay the foundations. The next stage is to construct the room, which is the largest stage, and don’t forget about insulation, electrics and plumbing. Finally, paint or treat the exterior for protection. As you can see, it’s not a small task. Contact us to find out how we can do it for you.
Building a garden room from scratch is a large task. If you want to do this yourself, start by coming up with a design then choose a place and lay the foundations. You will need to source all the materials and then construct the garden room, and don’t forget to install insulation. Also, make sure it has all the necessary plumbing and electrics. Or you could get us to do all the work for you instead.
Our garden rooms are available in a wide range of sizes. But when it comes to the maximum size, there are limits before you need to consider planning permission. Garden rooms should be a maximum overall height of three metres, or four metres for a dual-pitched room. They should also be no larger than 10m2, and 2.5 metres is the maximum height of the eaves. There are other restrictions, and it may depend on the size of your garden, so ask us and we will let you know if you need planning permission.
Insulation is important for a garden room if you want to use it during the winter in comfort and stay cooler in the summer. Building an insulated garden room is a large and specialist task. It is not something we recommend doing unless you have a lot of experience. Our experts have many years of experience and a six-step process in place to ensure a perfect finish every time, complete with high-quality insulation.
SIP garden rooms are those made using Structurally Insulated Panels. These are strong and energy efficient, and we often use these panels at Into The Garden Room. SIP constructions are well insulated, so they stay warm in the winter and cool in the summer. We have a six-step process in place to build garden rooms, and part of that involves insulating the room. Find out more about the other premium materials we use.
Building a garden room on a budget is a challenging task. Garden rooms are often large projects that require specialist skills and premium materials. Otherwise you will end up with something more like a garden shed that is too cold in the winter. Contact Into The Garden Room instead and find out about our high-quality garden rooms suitable for a wide range of budgets.
Yes, many of our customers want their garden rooms soundproofed, so this is something we can do so you can use your garden room as a home cinema or music studio. But please let us know early on so we can incorporate soundproofing into the design. We usually apply soundproofing during construction using a damping material such as plasterboard inside the walls.
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