Benefits of Having a Garden Studio
Does it make more sense to install a garden studio or build a home addition? This is one of those categories where each family's needs are a little different, but installing a detached building makes logical and financial sense for most.
Whether homeowners intend on using the extra room as a garden office or a temporary guest cabin, occupants will appreciate the extra privacy. A high-quality garden building will be insulated against temperature changes and noise. Occupants won’t even hear whatever chaos is occurring within the house from inside a garden office.
Building a garden office is generally much less expensive than adding to an existing house. Garden & Rooms offers a wide variety of garden offices, many of which can be financed to fit any budget.
It’s simple to have a detached structure outfitted with everything required to provide power, climate control, and even running water. Access to all the amenities opens up a new world of possibilities for diverse functions. As long as the structure is small enough to avoid the need for planning permissions, the sky is the limit.
Garden studios are all the rage these days. Having a garden room can attract more buyers and drive up the property value. These trends can help homeowners who eventually plan to sell their homes to recoup the initial investment required to install a garden building.
With proper permissions, a garden building can be used as a tiny cabin. It’s easy to convert garden buildings into functional living spaces since they feature plenty of insulation and double glazing. The garden rooms manufactured and installed by Garden & Rooms also come fully wired to accommodate electronics and appliances.
Whether property owners plan to use the garden room as a guest cabin or a garden office, it’s easy to customise these small buildings. They come in a range of sizes and styles to accommodate multiple uses and aesthetic preferences. A well-designed garden building can be repurposed numerous times throughout its life to accommodate a family’s changing needs.