The Benefits To Having A Garden Room


The Benefits To Having A Garden Room

You might be considering extending your home to create extra room for a home office, a gym, or a hobby room. But there are many advantages to building a dedicated garden room over simply converting an existing room.

We are all craving extra space in the home after the past year, whether that is to create a spare room for guests, space for the kids to play, or space for yourself, a sanctuary away from everything, as well as the aforementioned office and gym uses.

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Even if your primary purpose to build a home office in your garden, your garden summer house need not serve only that single purpose. It can be a place to escape the hustle and bustle of the main household, a quiet reading room, or a games and hobby room.

Most garden rooms don’t require planning permission. If you keep your garden room within certain size limitations, then you will likely not need planning permission, allowing you to crack on with building your garden room.

Garden rooms cause less disruption. Building an extension will likely require planning and a significant amount of building work and disruption to your home. A garden summer house will involve minimal groundwork and will not cause as much disruption within your main home. Also, a garden summer house can be built in days, not weeks or even months.

Garden rooms are a cheaper option than an extension or loft conversion. Adding extras will cost more, but it will still usually be considerably cheaper than a house extension.

There are so many reasons that a garden office is a great choice for you if you work from home.  Garden summer houses are perfect if you want a dedicated work environment that will also add more value and space to your home. Get in touch today if you want to find out more.

Author - Martin Corby
Posted - 13 Mar 2021

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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