You have decided to extend your home by adding a new living area, whether it’s for dining, living or a play room. The standard common choice is a conservatory; this has been the most cost effective way to increase your living space over the past 20-30 years.
More recently though garden rooms have become one of the largest growth areas in the UK and Europe. The thought process for a garden room or home office seems to have a different approach though, the immediate thought is based around a log cabin, this is a building that the general public want to placed somewhere in the garden. The concept is to select something that will be separate from the house that is not too expensive but secure, ensuring computers, toys or other valuable items are safe from possible theft.
Some concerns surrounding a log cabin can be problematic though, they can include being draughty, difficulty in maintaining a constant temperature during certain times of the year, aged buildings have been known spring leaks over a period of time, the “love it or hate it” timber smell and the ongoing maintenance which is essential with a log cabin.
If you look at the two materials and compare conservatory and garden room requirements, how many homes have a log cabin conservatory? There is a reason PVC-u is a tried and tested material that offers a well insulated room, long life, low maintenance, creative designs, flexibility with a fantastic environmental message.
Nordic Garden Buildings now gives you the perfect alternative with a huge range of styles and designs, from traditional Pavilions, Orangeries or our newest additions, the Veranda Summerhouse or Pergoda range, we can ensure you have a garden building to be proud of.
Pick your shape, style, colour then roof type ….. The choice is yours…. Now include multipoint locking for high security, double glazed for year round insulation, quick construction without the necessity for extensive groundworks, virtually no annual maintenance and a great guarantee …. This equals a garden room that is a genuine extension to your living environment.