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This year working from home has become the new normal for many of us. Whilst some of us are able to find peace and quiet in our living rooms and kitchens - having a dedicated space to work from like a garden room stops work and life from merging into one.


Multiple Applications

Although one of the main uses for garden rooms is to use as a home office, you can use your garden room for multiple purposes. You can have a man-cave or a she-shed, a home gym, playroom and so much more.


Less Expensive than a Home Extension

Usually planning your home means months of planning and surveyance and of course the inconvenience of your home being under construction.

Building a garden room not only takes the stress and time out of adding a new space to your home but it's a fraction of the cost too.


All of our garden rooms come complete with heating, double glazing and electrics. All that you need to make life easy. There are multiple designs and sizes available, we can also tailor make a garden room to your specifications.

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Sometimes you outgrow your home but still love the area and don't want to move. A home extension is the perfect solution. Adding a one or two story extension to your home can give you the extra space you need whilst staying in the home you love.

You Don't Always Need Planning Permission

Rules known as ‘permitted development’ rights, allow you to extend a  house without needing to apply for planning permission if specific limitations and conditions are met.

Adds Value to Your Home

There is a lot of value in aesthetics, but a higher square footage and a more functional layout are sure ways to increase the value of your home.



UK planning restrictions allows almost any homeowner to add a small porch at the front of their property. Providing the porch is within certain size limits, you shouldn't even need planning permission. 


Additional Space

 Adding a small porch onto the front of your home gives you additional space to keep items such as coats, shoes and wellies that would usually clutter the entrance to your home. If you're adding a new porch to your home, you can opt to have extra storage space built into the porch. 


Increased Security

A porch can act as a barrier between you and any unwanted visitors which gives you a greater sense of safety. Adding a porch can also help deter burglars as they'll have two locks to get past before being able to enter your home. 

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