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With installers based throughout the UK we can offer competitive prices and in October 2023 are able to get costs to you very quickly.
Garden buildings in Oxfordshire can be an incredibly versatile space in October 2023. Not only do they offer a garden room that is closed off from bad weather or other annoyances, but there are so many garden building options available that you can create the perfect garden office, hobby space or relaxation spot with ease.
However, you still need to know what you are looking for and what kind of details are a deal-breaker for your purchase.
If you are not prepared, it can get very difficult to decide what your garden space will actually become, let alone which garden building is right for you.
We offer a number of great Garden Room services in Oxfordshire and are more than happy in assisting you on anything from price, to dimensions, to specification.
A garden room in Oxfordshire is a completely insulated building that can be attached to a house or stood alone, providing a room-like effect that can be transformed into any style of room.
Garden rooms have become increasingly popular over the past decade, with more and more homes getting a new garden office or some self-contained garden annexes.
These turn an empty garden space into a useful garden office or garden gym, providing shelter but keeping the same garden feel.
Why is a garden room such a good idea? If you know which benefits you value most, it might help you narrow down your garden building options.
Here are some of the key benefits we should mention:
You can create extra space with a new garden room, giving your home an extension that is not really an extension.
This separation turns garden buildings into ideal self-contained spaces: a garden bar, a personal retreat, a garden office or garden studio to work in isolation.
Good garden studios and home office designs can provide you with extra room that is specifically for one or two tasks, making it far easier to focus.
If you are using it as a garden gym, you can store home gym equipment there without feeling like you are clogging up your normal home in Oxfordshire.
A good garden office in Oxfordshire can be installed in any garden that has the space.
With both your home extensions and garden offices, a lot of work might be needed, but the garden buildings are still more convenient because they do not directly fill your house with noise, dirt and debris.
Garden room buildings can be used for a huge range of garden and non-garden uses.
They can be perfect garden storage options, the ideal building for sitting down to read and write, their own space for spending hot summers with friends, or even a more contemporary space, all with unique designs.
The average cost for a garden room in the uK is around £6,000 to £20,000. Pricing of a garden room will differ depending on some variable factors.
Some factors that will change the price of your garden room consist of:
If you are struggling to work out the costs, give our garden room company representatives a call to get a quote or cost breakdown.
There can also be hidden costs associated with getting Building Control to sign off on the design, such as having to adjust electrical or water systems for safety reasons.
Contacting us and working with our design team in Oxfordshire will allow you to avoid these costs with minimal effort, saving more for future projects.
Garden rooms are an excellent option for many homes around Oxfordshire, but they are not always easy to choose. In fact, it can take a while to sort through the stunning range of garden rooms on offer, let alone pick from distinctly styled products that all have their own unique takes on the garden room formula.
If you need more information on exactly what you should be focused on, contact us to get expert help and advice through a free virtual design consultation all year round.
Every single garden room that you look into is going to need a certain amount of space, and that garden room might demand more space for certain functions.
As you move on to larger spaces in Oxfordshire, you also have to remember that prices and installation definitely will increase, especially when using the highest quality materials.
However, the larger the garden room, the more important planning permission becomes. It is a legal requirement that you can’t ignore or skip over.
Both traditional and contemporary garden rooms can need planning permission, especially if they have designs large enough to make a significant difference to the area that they are placed in.
For example, building a garden room with a raised area that lets you see into another person’s garden may require planning permission and that neighbour’s approval.
The size of your garden room will impact (roughly) what size the interior is, too.
Different wall thicknesses and layouts can change the square footage, but unless you are aiming for a perfect garden room square, there will be variations in the length, width and even height to consider.
There is also the fact that a garden room takes up room in the garden, as the name suggests.
A garden bar can be a fun thing to have in Oxfordshire, and a garden office can be a really relaxing place to work, but both eat up garden space. People who appreciate their natural garden will want a smaller garden room design to match.
Some new garden rooms are going to be a home office, somewhere that you only use during work hours or as part of your hobby time.
These garden rooms need to be comfortable and often require an internet connection, electricity for mobile and tablet devices, and sometimes even running water.
There are also often insulated garden rooms that provide proper heating for long-term use, allowing the user to keep working in that garden office for longer. On the other hand, you might want a garden room that is simply a shed-like space without any extra features, only used for storage on occasion.
Do you want a contemporary garden room design, some kind of modern classic that mimics modern housing designs around Oxfordshire?
For many people, this is the perfect example of a garden room, but others prefer a uniquely styled product that copies classic log cabins or older outdoor garden room designs.
Groups like Green Retreats exist because many different companies forget about the eco-friendly aspect of a garden room. Green Retreats garden rooms are a good example of using natural materials as a garden room company, and the Green Retreats group continue to set a good standard for this.
Combine great service with Green Retreats-level environmentally-friendly rooms, and you get exceptional value, all while cutting down on emissions and pollution from the installation.
New garden rooms are meant to be used as actual spaces, whether that is a garden studio/garden office or a place to relax and enjoy the sunset.
You will be spending time in your garden room, so it may as well be a garden room you like. This matters a lot for a garden office since you need to focus to work well.
Our garden office range has a lot of options – if you want to know more about how you can personalise a garden room to create the perfect garden office or private space, then let us know as we can provide some free design consultation help.
If you would like to receive even more information on Garden Room services, make sure you get in touch with us today!
So, you know the basics of what you want your new garden room to be, or at least have an understanding of the general garden room range that you can choose from. But how do you know which type of garden rooms are right for you, especially with so many designs?
Here is a breakdown of what to expect from each general ‘type’ of garden room, as well as the features that you can usually expect to see in those garden rooms.
Multi-purpose garden rooms are ideal for creating beautifully crafted spaces that can serve almost any role but are not meant for a specific thing. They are the equivalent of a basic home extension, offering more space and no dedicated purpose or function.
If you do not specify details like underfloor heating, for example, then it will not always be included since these rooms are often meant to be the simplest and easiest option to install.
Since a standard room can be used for nearly anything, just like an empty room in a normal house, the features and benefits are entirely up to your own chosen design.
If you are not sure, you can always get in touch to arrange an on-site design consultation or virtual breakdown of what is available.
A standard garden room is usually still isolated from the main house, well-lit and quite comfortable, especially if it is stocked with regular home furniture.
This makes it a great alternative to dedicated garden offices, and it can also work well as a general outdoor meeting or socialising space.
A garden office in Oxfordshire is meant to be exactly what the name suggests: a garden office, a place to work or study in peace while still retaining the professional feeling of an office environment.
A new garden office should have Wi-Fi and heating, as well as natural light rather than artificial (at least during the daytime).
Air conditioning and double glazing can help a lot in extreme weather – basically, the garden office should have everything that a perfect ‘regular’ office would.
Your garden office is a hub of work, whether that is actual work for your main job, studying, running your own business or enjoying hobbies. They are creative places but still have a core focus on getting things done without distractions.
A garden studio is usually similar to an office but with less focus on desk jobs. Your garden studio might be where you paint or build models all year round, offering isolation and shelter to indulge in your work or pastimes.
The garden studio range is always focused on one thing: helping you stay isolated and work.
Just like a garden office, your studio is meant to be dedicated to certain goals or pursuits, so the general design and the equipment inside will depend on the person using it. Tailor it to your hobbies or work.
A studio and an office are almost the same thing, just for different kinds of work, so they are generally used in the same way. This obviously depends on the kind of work you do in the studio, though.
Summerhouses are an older concept that may have been part of the original garden room inspiration. They are essentially comfortable, well-designed and insulated garden rooms that are used for various different purposes: sometimes they are extra little spaces, and other times they are used to house guests.
A summerhouse is part of an annex range since they can be for either space, accommodation or both. Some even offer a complete service of running water, electricity, a shower room, a kitchen and beds for guests, all of which a typical annex specialises in well.
If they are not for accommodation, then summerhouses are mostly used as a smaller, more compact house that can be enjoyed in all weather conditions (not just the summer) or as a social space.
A summerhouse can be a separate lodging, a place to relax after work, an isolated spot to cool off or just a multi-functional space. Compared to a standard multi-purpose garden room, they are often more feature-complete, but with the downside of being much more complex to install overall.
A garden room company like ours does not just offer a new garden room and leave you to pick up the pieces. Part of getting a suitable space for year-round use is having a garden room company that can back you up and support each stage of the process to give you superior quality in the finished space.
Our on-site design consultation makes it easy to get an idea of what is possible and how a certain kind of room can fit together in the space you have available. We can also provide rough measurements and estimates for options that have not been fully explored yet.
If you have certain requirements that you know you need or want to have, like double-glazing, then working with a garden room company team like ours can help a lot. Instead of having to install it later on, we can make sure that the room you get contains your required tweaks and changes.
It is not always easy to get something installed in your garden, but we can adjust each on-site appointment depending on when you are available. This means that the design team will not try to press you for more details while you are working or away from home, for example.
This also applies to any standard meeting. For example, a video consultation can be a good way to discuss which natural and artificial materials to use since there is not really a physical element involved and no reason that the meeting has to take place face-to-face, saving plenty of time.
There will always be situations where the available options are not what you need. In this case, it can seem hard to find a middle ground that offers everything you want.
If you absolutely want to combine two distinctly styled products or mix together certain options, then there may still be ways to do it without having to pay for both. You can rest assured that you will be satisfied with the end result.
Looking at some of our best selling products might give you a great starting point. While it can seem daunting to try and figure out exactly what you need, you do not have to do it all by yourself.
If you are struggling or have no idea which kind of design would satisfy all of your requirements, then it might help to get in touch and talk it over with one of our experts. They can guide you towards general garden room designs that suit your needs perfectly or styles that might be more fitting.
There is not a perfect garden room for every niche, and you can’t always guarantee that you will be able to convert a garden room into an entirely new space if you change your focus. Consider what you are currently doing and what you may need in the future, then use that to make your choice at your own pace.
At Garden Room Company in Oxfordshire, we can assist you on the best specifications, costs and prices. Make sure you contact us today for a number of great Garden Room services.
Make sure you contact us today for a number of great Garden Room services in South East.
Here are some towns we cover near Oxfordshire.Oxford, Kidlington, Abingdon, Barking
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