Many families can quickly discover they are running out of room as their family grows. Whether you’ve had a new addition to the family or the sweet children who used to play quietly have become teenage monsters crowding you out of your home, you will be wanting to find a little extra space in the home.
Moving to a larger house might not be the best solution for a number of reasons, and building an extension could be the answer, but again, it involves a lot of money and weeks, if not months, of disruption with builders and construction work.
An extension may also mean you need planning permission, the possibility of needing to remortgage the home or look for loans to fund the work. There is always a risk of over-extending the home or ending up with an extension that doesn’t suit the property.
However, one solution that is becoming increasingly popular with people looking for additional space in the home is to put a garden log cabin in the garden.
Log cabins come in a range of sizes and designs, but even the higher-priced log cabins would be far cheaper than an extension.
They can be easily assembled, without needing a team of builders and the associated noise, mess, and disruption. You will need an electrician to supply power to the cabin, should you need it. Adding insulation will also ensure it is warm and save on heating costs.
In far less time than it takes to build an extension, you could be enjoying your very own garden retreat away from the home, or perhaps enjoy your home while you banish noisy teens to the bottom of the garden!
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Author - Martin Corby
Posted - 25 Feb 2022
Disclaimer: This information is subject to change and as such, is provided for informational purposes only and does not constitute professional advice. Readers are encouraged to verify the details independently.
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