When deciding whether to chose a garden room, lots of our customers are concerned about whether they will be able to use their garden room in colder weather, or if it will be too hot in the summer months. Because we use the very highest quality building materials and the finest insulation, you can be assured that your insulated garden room will always be warm in the winter and cool in the summer – making it truly usable all year round.
The structure we use are SIPS panels. This combined with our ‘fabric first’ philosophy means that, as standard, our products are already built to a much higher quality than many other garden room providers. In fact, our garden rooms are so well insulated that many clients even use them as living accommodation such as a granny annexe or a crash pad for the kids when they come home from university.
BETTER THAN HOUSING STANDARD
An insulated garden room can provide you with a cosy home from home environment even in the depths of winter! And did you know that you can get even more out of your garden room by opting for the best in housing standards for insulation and air-tightness? So why not challenge us to help you save money on your energy bills and help protect our environment with this great additional feature.
We’ll be happy to talk through our range of insulation options with you so that you can decide on what works best for your garden room and your budget.
Great quality insulation means reduced heating costs and its good for the planet too. Our customers know that they can rely on Green Studios to keep them warm and save them money! When you arrange a free home design consultation, ask your Studio designer to demonstrate your options and understand how our building compares with our competitors and your own home. Our entry-level insulation affords better insulation than most houses built before 2010 (according to the Building Regulations standards specified in Government legislation) and we can offer the highest levels of insulation possible, to suit your requirements and budget.
If you would like to know more about our ‘fabric first’, insulated garden room philosophy, just click here.