Your new Garden Room - enjoy your garden all year-round.

Composite garden rooms are available to suit a range of applications; a home office, playroom, bar or a place to relax and unwind away from it all. Designed as a self-contained building to use all year round. The innovative construction utilises purpose designed modular composite wall construction with a core of high performance insulation to keep the space warm and energy efficient, with a warm weatherproof roof for year-round protection from the elements.

With a range of five different sizes, two styles, and four different colours allow you the perfect complement to your garden.

The benefits of our Garden Rooms

Highly insulated
Up to 3 times more wall insulation than timber Garden Rooms
Weather proof
High performance EPDM single ply roof and composite wood walls
Ready to enjoy
No plastering or decorating required
Windows and doors included
Secure, 'A' rated Eurocell double glazed windows and French doors

Warranty Details for Garden Rooms

Composite Wood Company Garden Rooms are covered by a Twenty Five (25) year warranty against warping, cracking, splitting, rotting and fungal decay caused by manufacturing defects, when subject to normal use. For the full terms and conditions of this warranty please refer to the Composite Wood Extended Warranty and Terms- Supply of Goods document.

More benefits of a Garden Room

• Natural Look

• Eco Friendly

• Low Maintenance

• Waterproof

• Stain Resistant

• Durable and Long Lasting

• EPDM single-ply BBA certified warm room

• Quick & Easy Installation

• Supplied with all windows, doors, fascias, soffits and apower outlet

Sizes and styles available

• 3316mm x 2316mm

• 3316mm x 3316mm

• 4862mm x 2316mm

• 4862mm x 3316mm

• 6408mm x 3316mm

Above sizes available in the following styles

• Alexandra modular

• Alexandra modular with integral decking area and canopy

Do I need planning permission for a Composite Garden Room?

In most cases you will not need planning permission to erect a garden room - if the eaves height is under 2.5 and it doesn't project beyond the front wall of your house. In general, adding a stand-alone, single storey garden room to the rear or side garden is usually allowed under Permitted Development. However, we recommend that you check the Government's Planning Portal online before starting any work on a garden room to ensure you comply with the rules. The planning portal refers to garden rooms as outbuildings.

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