Cardiff's Premier Double Glazing Installer - Windows, Doors, Conservatories and Roofs
Garden Rooms for Work, Leisure or Living Space
If you’ve exhausted the space in your house and you’re tripping over each other, maybe it’s time to consider another room in the garden. Use your garden building as an office, a place to escape, a music room or a playroom.
We are all spending more time at home since COVID. Do you have enough space? The great thing about a garden room is that you will always find a use for it. A playroom now, could become a gym later on when the children have grown out of it. Use it for an office while we still have restrictions in place and when you return to work, change it into a gym.
Look Forward to Summer 2024
Due to high demand, we are booking appointments for conservatories, roofs and verandas in January 2024 for installation from Spring onwards. Call 02920 65 0854 or click the button to book online.
Garden Rooms for Work
In addition to being used as an office, these garden buildings also make excellent workrooms for therapists, trainers and beauticians. They allow your customer to feel less like they are invading your home when they come for an appointment. Whatever your need for extra space, a garden room can fulfil those needs and give you years of enjoyment.
Garden Rooms for Leisure
The lockdown period changed the way we live and we are all spending more time at home. Do you have enough space? The great thing about a garden room is that you will always find a use for it. A playroom now could become a gym later on when the children have grown out of it. Use it for an office while we still have restrictions in place and when you return to work, change it into a gym.
Customise Your Garden Room
Your garden room comes with a range of options to choose a look that will compliment your surroundings. Choose your colour for the external cladding, door frames and the door furniture. The corner window is also an optional extra.
- Choice of French Doors or Sliding Doors.
- A-rated Eurocell double glazed windows.
- High-security multi-point locking system.
- Plug and play electric pack.
- Insulated to use all year round.
Garden rooms are available in Steel or a timber-look composite. All are insulated and come with A-rated double glazed windows.
More Customisation for Steel Garden Rooms
Your steel garden room has even more options.
- Decor Wall Cladding Options.
- Luxury Vinyl Floor Tiles.
- Roomline Skirting Options.
Everything about your garden room, whether you choose steel or composite, is low maintenance. Never have to worry about painting or staining. You need do no more than give your garden room an occasional wipe down if necessary.
Alternative Ways to Create Extra Space
Do you have a conservatory that you’re not getting the best out of because it’s too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter? Explore the idea of a replacement conservatory roof and create a room you can use all year round. Conservatory Roofs.
We also sell Patio Doors, Windows and Front Doors. Alternatively, return to our Home Page to explore our other double-glazing products.
Garden Rooms Warranty
Your peace of mind is vital to us, which is why we choose manufacturers who are confident enough in their products to offer long warranties. Your timber-look composite garden room is covered by a 25-year guarantee against warping, cracking, splitting, rotting and fungal decay caused by manufacturing defects. You will be supplied with full details when you buy your garden building. It’s great to know that your building will last for many years, probably long into the years after you have moved, giving your buyers extra benefit if you decide to sell your home.
Will You Need Planning Permission for a Garden Room?
Generally, you shouldn’t need planning permission for a garden room if it meets the following criteria as quoted from the Wales Planning Permission pages. The onus is always on the homeowner to check though, as ultimately, it will be your responsibility. You can find out more about planning in wales by visiting the Wales.gov website.
- The total area of ground covered by outbuildings cannot exceed 50% of the total area of the curtilage
- Outbuildings cannot be located in front of the building line of the principal elevation
- Outbuildings cannot extend beyond the side elevation of the house when the development would be any closer to a highway than the existing house, or at least 5 metres from the highway – whichever is nearest
- Any part of the development within 2 metres of a boundary of the house cannot exceed a height of 2.5 metres
- Any part of the development within 2 metres of the house cannot exceed a height of 1.5 metres
- Outbuildings cannot exceed more than one storey
- The height of an outbuilding cannot exceed 4 metres when the building has more than one pitch (eg dual pitch and hipped roofs)
- The height cannot exceed 3 metres when the building has a single pitch or other roof form
- Flat roof buildings cannot exceed 2.5 metres in height
- Eaves height of the building cannot exceed 2.5m
You will need to apply for planning permission for construction of, or amendments to, any outbuildings within the curtilage of a listed building.
More than a Garden Room
There is a big difference between off-the-shelf garden rooms that cost a couple of thousand pounds and the ones that we design for you. Our Kyube garden rooms are substantial with full insulation and double glazing. They can be considered the same way as an extension, except they are not attached to the house.
If you are looking for a quality garden room that will provide years of use and add value to your home, get in touch for a no obligation free quotation.