We give you 5 reasons why you should create a garden room or office. As well as top tips on how to plan and create your own stunning garden room!
A garden office is an office in a garden. This is usually separate to a house, being used as a dedicated office space by a professional homeworker or by a home-based business.
- Garden Rooms don’t need planning permision. Garden rooms or buildings do not require planning permission, if they fall within permitted development guidelines. To classify as an ‘outbuilding’ under permitted development rules, it must not contain sleeping accommodation and must be single storey with a maximum eaves height of 2.5m
- Garden Rooms can be attached to the house. Garden rooms can be attached to the house. Swift Garden Rooms are one of a handful of garden room suppliers who can design their garden rooms so that they can be attached to your house, creating an integrated and flexible living space.
- Garden Rooms can boost the value of your home. Boost the value of your property without the inconvenience of getting a planning permission for an extension or loft conversion. Studies have shown that adding a summerhouse or garden building to your property can add up to 5% of value
- Garden Rooms can be used for many things! Hobby room. Gym. Home Spa. Yoga Ashram. Your own local pub. Memorabilia room. Vintage game arcade. Home office. The use for a garden room can be endless!
- Garden Rooms can be used all year round. A garden room can be fully insulated, double glazed, electrically wired building usually made from wood. Whilst a garden room can be attached to the house rather like a conservatory they are most often stand alone buildings situated in the back garden. You can even install a Skylight or Roof Window into most Garden Rooms.