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How much are garden rooms?

Garden rooms come in a wide range of prices, and the cost will depend on the size of the garden room, the quality of the materials used, the amount of insulation and the company you choose to design and build your garden room. To give you a general idea, our garden rooms often cost between £23,000 and £35,000, which covers the design, build and project management.

What is the difference between a garden room and a conservatory?

Garden rooms are separate buildings that are not attached to the main property. They are put up in the garden and used as an extra space like a guest bedroom or garden office. A conservatory, on the other hand, is built onto the side of the property. Conservatories are typically made using glass while a garden room is made of timber. However, they may look similar because garden rooms can also have large windows.

What is an indoor garden room called?

An indoor garden room is different from a standard garden room. This is typically a room in the house that is used to grow plants, a bit like an indoor greenhouse, and it is more likely to be housed in a conservatory. A garden room, on the other hand, is a separate building located in the garden away from the house.

What is a garden room UK?

Garden rooms in the UK are high-quality timber buildings that are designed off-site and then erected in the owner’s garden. They come in a wide range of sizes and styles, and they are made to a very high standard. They are fully insulated and are comfortable to use throughout the year. They do not usually require planning permission, and they are used for a wide range of purposes.

What is a garden room extension?

A garden room extension is simply another name for a garden room. Normally, an extension is used to describe the process of adding an extra room onto a house or enlarging an existing room. Garden rooms, on the other hand, are completely separate from the house. However, they are often referred to as garden room extensions even though they are separate from the main building.

How to get wifi in garden room?

If you want Wi-Fi in your garden room, this is easy to do. You could simply run an ethernet cable from your property to the garden room and connect it to a Wi-Fi router. Alternatively, you may be able to access the Wi-Fi signal from your home. To do this, you might need a Wi-Fi extender or Wi-Fi repeater, which boosts the signal and makes it easier to access the main Wi-Fi signal.

How big can garden room be without planning permission?

Garden rooms are permitted developments, which means they don’t require planning permission as long as they do not go over a certain size. They must be single storey buildings, and the height of the eaves must be a maximum of 2.5 metres. If it has a dual pitched roof, the maximum overall height must be no more than 4 metres. If not, the maximum height is 3 metres. However, if it is located within 2 metres of the boundary of your property, the maximum height is 2.5 metres. In addition, it must be under 10m x 10m in size.

How much value does a garden room add?

There is no set rule about how much value a garden room can add to your property, but there’s a good chance it can increase the value of your home by anything up to 15%. However, that’s only true if the garden room is of a high quality. A low-quality garden building could have the opposite effect.

How much does a garden room extension cost?

Garden rooms come in all shapes and sizes, and the cost varies depending on several factors. However, on average you can expect to spend between £23k and £35k for your garden room, which covers everything from the design to project management.

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