If you are looking for a great way to work from home, a garden office from Cabin Master makes a lot of good economic sense. Garden Offices are growing in popularity, and with good reason. People want to have more usable space on their property and also remove commute times from their already busy lives. Factor in what you will save on rent and rates with your office in town and you will have paid off your garden office studio in no time at all.
At Cabin Master, we build solid garden offices that will last for decades with little maintenance required.
When you order your new garden room, we will arrange a convenient delivery and installation schedule, with an affordable quote tailored to your needs. The cost of delivery and fitting depends on the size of your building, where you live, transportation distance and how many people you need to set up your garden room.
Why pay upfront when you can enjoy your garden room straight away with a 12 or 24 month interest-free payment plan? One or two year’s interest-free credit is available, with only a 10% or 20% deposit payable. Payment plans can be set up in just a few minutes through our finance partner Barclays. With no setup fees or hidden charges, our 'pay monthly' plans are the most affordable way of accessing a brand-new garden room from Cabin Master. Click here to find out more.
The final price is determined by the size of your garden room and the features you choose. We provide a comprehensive, transparent quote for each garden room, issued on an individual basis. Your quote will include design consultation, base, construction materials and labour.
Every component we use in our Cabin Master garden rooms is guaranteed for quality and durability. Each building comes with a 10-year workmanship and labour guarantee, plus the guarantees of each individual component or building material included. Below are some typical examples:
To build our garden rooms we make use of only the best raw materials and building components, and fully qualified local contractors.
The cost of our garden offices depends upon size, style and finish however this cost should be offset by the rent you would have to pay to have your office in town or in your own home. Below are some of the pros and cons of having an office in your garden as opposed to an office in your house (bedroom) or local town.
Similar cost to renting an office.
No more rent after year 2.
Be more professional with your clients.
Keep work and family life separate.
Add value to your home.
Offers tax advantages.
On our initial phone call we will establish the size and style of building that you are looking for so a CAD drawing can be created.
The next step is to come and survey your site and give you an idea of what you will need to stand the building on, we can advise you on different types of foundations and bases and give an idea of the sort of costs involved. Some people want to provide their own base and some want us to provide the base for them.
For planning we have an Architect (Ian Nelson) who can give you information regarding planning permission as well as deal with your local council if you want him to. Ian is an experienced Architect and is normally only needed to deal with the bigger jobs that come in but the choice is yours whether to use him or not. In most cases our Garden Rooms come within permitted development and will not require permission.
We only use FSC produced Western Red Cedar or slow grown PEFC/FSC Scandinavian Redwood exterior cladding over BBA certified breathable membrane to ensure all our buildings meet our strict quality control standards. The walls are constructed from Structural (C16) timber and are fully insulated with Kingspan™ thermal insulation boards (or similar). The interior walls are lined with FSC Neatmatch™ Moisture Resistant MDF interior wall board ready for decoration and our roof system is finished with Firestone EPDM single piece rubber membrane roof covering complete with purpose made verges and gutter trims finished in black. Black uPVC guttering and downpipes are provided as required.