The Construction

Our design team have worked closely with our carpenters to create a range of buildings that bring both style and functionality to your garden. Take a look below to find out what is included and how we create our garden rooms.

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What's included?

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Windows & Doors

The standard price includes the windows & doors in uPVC as shown in the image. You can change these to aluminium if you prefer, swap the door & windows style and quantities.

Exterior Cladding

The standard price includes the premium Grade A Larch cladding. You can upgrade to composite or cedar cladding.

The Roof

The roof has an additional 12mm ply to sandwich the insulation which is then covered with EPDM. For more information on the roof, scroll down this page.

Guttering

We include the addition of guttering to direct water away from the building.

The Base

This is an eco base of anti rot solid recycled plastic posts concreted into the ground to which a tanalised and pressure treated timber framework is fixed. For more information on the base, scroll down this page.

The interior

All internal walls are lined with premium grade ply before dry lining, ready for decorating.

Laminate flooring

Laminate flooring, including underlay & skirting, in choice of colours.

Electrics

Pre-wired with 2 way consumer unit, 2 double sockets, specified number of downlighters and outside input socket.

As standard all of our garden rooms include the following:

  • Local Delivery within 20 miles. We do install beyond this distance however a small charge may apply.
  • Eco base of solid anti rot recycled plastic posts concreted into the ground to which a grid formation, tanalised wood framework is fixed.
  • 2000 gauge damp course membrane fixed to base
  • Installation of timber frame garden room, engineered using SIP Panels.
  • All 50mm insulation within roof, floor & wall SIP panels is Celotex or
    similar, foil backed.
  • All internal walls are lined with premium grade ply before dry lining, ready for decorating.
  • All flooring 22mm moisture resistant Caber Floor P5.
  • Laminate flooring, including underlay & skirting, in choice of colours.
  • All roof boards 18mm OSB 3BBA moisture resistant.
  • EPDM one piece rubber membrane, final roof cover
  • Exterior cladding 21mm Grade A Larch
  • Supply & fit guttering to the rear of the building
  • Pre wired with 2 way consumer unit, 2 double sockets, Finsbury 6 /
    Mayfair 12 downlighters & an outside input socket. All sockets & switches are white as standard, upgrades available on request.
  • Wall heater included, upgrades available.
  • Doors & windows as shown in chosen model.
  • 10 year structural warranty

The Structure

The main structure of our garden rooms is engineered as follows:

  • Engineered using SIP Panels.
  • Sub frame, timber in grid formation. All structural timber is C24 graded & treated
  • All 50mm insulation within roof, floor & wall SIP panels is Celotex or similar, foil backed.
  • All internal walls are lined with premium grade ply before dry lining, ready for decorating.
  • All flooring 22mm moisture resistant Caber Floor P5.
  • Laminate flooring, including underlay, in choice of
    colours.
  • All roof boards 18mm OSB 3BBA moisture resistant.
  • Choice of exterior cladding 21mm Grade A Larch / 20mm Canadian Western Red Cedar / Recycled Composite in a choice of colours.
Garden room LTB construction

The Base

Tanalised Timber Base

This is an eco base of anti rot solid recycled plastic posts concreted into the ground to which a tanalised and pressure treated timber framework is fixed. The posts come in 3m lengths and are cut down to size on site, this enables us to level any uneven ground and minimise groundwork for the customer prior to our arrival.

This provides a level base to which your final 2000 gauge damp membrane is attached, and your cabin constructed.

This method is cost effective, less intrusive to your garden and enables all round air flow to the cabin.

The Roof

The roofs have an additional 12mm external ply, to sandwich the insulation,
which is then covered with EPDM. The premium EPDM (ethylene propylene diene terpolymer) is an extremely durable, one piece rubber membrane which is widely used in low slope
buildings worldwide and is therefore perfect for our garden buildings. Its two
primary ingredients, ethylene and propylene, are derived from oil and natural
gas. This gives you greater water proofing protection than the standard roofing
felt and offers a 35 year life expectancy.

We only use 1.5m premium EPDM, not 1.2m like many of our competitors. To
compare, the same 1.5m premium is used on flat roofing for houses.
We include the addition of guttering to direct water away from the building.

EPDM & Artificial Grass

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