This 6.0 x 6.0m Garden Room with Veranda
was installed for use as an entertaining area and is from our show-stopping collection of Garden Rooms. As with all of our high-quality FSC® certified timber
buildings, they are hand-made to order onsite at our Norfolk HQ. The manufacturing plans were drawn up by our CAD engineers before the building was hand-crafted by the skilled craftsmen and women inside our factory. Delivery and installation is included as standard, and our in-house installations team will expertly assemble them to the high standards we pride ourselves on.
The interior of this model features painted matchboard lining and insulation, as well as an electric pack with heater, which will enable the building to remain comfortable inside throughout the year.
The exterior is covered in our weatherboard cladding, which is made using timber boards that are left sawn. This is to give the Garden Room a more rustic look. Our customer has opted to coat the exterior timber in paint from our exterior paint system, which offers long lasting protection against the elements. The shade that this Garden Room is painted in is Pebble, which is a beautiful neutral-toned colour that complements our customer's garden perfectly.
Our Pavilion Garden Rooms come with a sheltered veranda as part of their design, which measures 1.8m in depth. Our customer has also chosen to add two Velux windows in the roof, as extra, to allow plenty of natural light inside. As you can see in the image above, Garden Rooms are perfect for decorating and transforming into an impressive entertainment space.
You can view a range of different garden buildings on display by visiting our other UK show centres located in Narford, Norfolk, Edwalton, Nottinghamshire, Burford, Oxfordshire, Newbury in Berkshire, Sunningdale & Cranleigh, Surrey, Trentham in Staffordshire and Brighton in East Sussex. Our onsite team will be happy to answer any queries you may have.
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