Vacuum sucking, music blaring, washing machine spinning. Life can be hectic. And noisy. And that's without the toddler tantrums or teenage strops.
A garden studio gives you an extra room; a place to escape to, away from the main house.
It could be somewhere for the grandparents to stay, a place to work, to work out, or simply relax.
With so many possibilities, the choice is yours.
Fully bespoke, we can create a garden room that fits your style and space perfectly.
Exceptionally durable and thermally insulated, our buildings will keep you toasty all year round.
With their sleek design and timber cladding, they'll compliment the natural environment and provide an attractive focal point in your garden.
And what's more, we'll manage the whole process from start to finish.
From the initial design through to the interior finishing touches, we have friends in all trades ready and waiting to help bring your room to life.
Happily, most studios don't require planning consent. But should you need it, we're up to speed with building regulations and can help you out with that too.
Built for a local architect, this simple box framed structure is made more
interesting with inset doors and windows.
A contemporary cedar clad studio, split into two rooms.
This is used as half office, with the other half for storage. Perfect.
Desperate for some much-needed extra space? A studio is a brilliant solution, especially if you work from home. It could prevent the hassle of moving house. If you have an image forming of what you'd like, contact us to set up an initial consultation where we'll call round, assess your space, and discuss how we can bring your ideas to life.
You probably know how you want to use your space, so we'll design a room with that in mind. You'll see a projection of your studio, in photo-real HD, so you can fully visualise how it'll look when it's done, and make any changes beforehand.
Of course, you're fully informed and involved throughout the process.
Before we can build up, we need to dig down. We'll manage contractors to lay foundations, put drainage systems in place, and run electrics through, if you need them. Generally, we'll take care of what most might call, the 'boring bits'. Unless you're like us, and find concrete pouring strangely hypnotising!
Once the concrete's dry and the build begins, things start to move pretty quickly. Although each studio is uniquely bespoke, our rooms are always timber framed, timber clad, with aluminium-framed double glazing and stuffed full of high-grade thermal insulation. As you'd expect if you know us, you'll see high quality work and attention to detail at every stage.
Once the walls are plastered, you can really make the room your own. We can supply painters to decorate, if you don't fancy doing it yourself. We have tilers if you need them, and we're a dab hand at laying wooden flooring. Of course, if you need tailor-made cabinetry to furnish your space, then we'd be happy to discuss that too. So many possibilities!
When our work's done, and you're enjoying being in your new space, we won't simply wave goodbye. We'd much rather stay in touch!
Customer satisfaction is at the centre of everything we do. With that in mind, we're always at the end of the phone, should you need us.
We'll also be happy to give you advice on caring for your new space or furniture.
"I've been fortunate that Will has worked on a multitude of my own projects from small intricate details to larger scale timber frame buildings. His work has been consistently excellent in terms of quality, care, and craftsmanship. Will has a natural problem-solving disposition and a wealth of experience that is reflected in his ability to take on challenging projects and deliver beyond expectations."
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