Garden Office Construction
We have put together a series of articles which look at the different elements of garden office construction and the popular design features offered by suppliers.
There are several different building systems used in garden office design. Some systems are the same as those used in housebuilding. Others are lighter weight, quicker to build and more cost effective.
Once you have decided on a cladding profile, you then need to think about the material used. There is a lot of choice from durable cedar which needs little maintenance to man-made boards,
The garden office industry is dominated with flat roof designs because they are Planning Permission friendly, but there are several other shapes which offer a lot of character.
There are many different roof coverings used in garden office design from durable rubber membranes to beautiful natural slates and wooden shingles. Each adds its own aesthetic appeal to a building.
Like with any building thought needs to be given as to how you will deal with the rainwater that will run off your garden office. Most suppliers have thought of this for you
Most garden offices are fitted with the same door units as used in modern housebuilding. Your choice of door will have a significant effect on the feel and useability of your garden office.
Do you want your garden office to have an interior like a room in your house? Or are you looking for something a little more industrial or quirky? We look at the different finishes offered.
Not all garden offices are sold with a heating source. In our experience we have always been pleased to have a heater for the coldest days of the year. We look at the systems commonly used in garden office design.
Garden office designers want to create a building for you where you can plug in your equipment and start work. To aid this they include data cabling for the internet and audio visual systems.