A comfortable year-round living space
Garden room or Summerhouse are being used for so many different uses these days, such as a home office, an extra bedroom, a home gym, music room or just to get away from the busy home.
To have your own garden room you don’t particularly need a large garden, garden rooms come in many shapes and sizes from small pods for just small office space to larger rooms suitable for entertaining.
Garden Room is far more thermally efficient than a conservatory, which means that you can use it as a space for everyday living, whether it is summer or winter. Its energy efficiency also comes alongside superior sound proofing, which is important in this room that you want to be able to use all year-round. These garden rooms are great at any time of year, thanks to their heat-capturing features. So, there’s no need to imagine that a garden room is just for warmer weather.
The advantages of garden room
- An attractive guest house
- It’s an asset that can add value to your property
- More versatile than a conservatory but about the same price
- More comfort in winter.
The garden room is more like a house extension than an ‘add-on’ structure, in both use and appearance. Also, compared to a traditional brick-built house extension, the garden room can have a simpler construction and a lower cost.
”Creating an entertaining room is the most popular use for a garden room”
Looking to create a garden gym, home office, garden studio or a place to relax? We would love to discuss how we can help with your garden building project.
If you would like more information about garden room or summer house get in touch with the team at Abel Landscaping
0330 119 3333
What Our Customers Say
Abel Landscapes were absolutely brilliant from start to finish. We were given advice by Darren Moss on the best layout for our garden, which included plans for areas we had not even considered. The workforce were so professional and never stopped working for a minute. They cleared up after themselves and left everywhere spick and span. I would thoroughly recommend them.Dianne YoungSee The Project