This barbecue hut is an ideal garden room for entertaining. Supplied with a full operational barbecue grill with all utensils, fired with charcoal. The floor space is 11 square meters with sturdy bench seating hexagonally shaped around the fire and a chimney which an extractor fan can optionally be fitted. The overall design is clever and pleasing to look at in the garden. The windows and door are all double glazed windows and fitted with locks. Running power for lighting and sockets is no problem. All that's left, is choosing your colour scheme. This one is built close to the sea, so a seaside theme that is child friendly was required.
This garden room/side extension works great in offering somewhere to wash and dry clothes, in our wet climate. The timber frame construction goes up in no time. Cladding is western red cedar, for a beautiful, durable finish.
The lean to roof was finished in 16mm polycarbonate roofing material, providing plenty of light inside whilst also offering insulation properties. The flashings and hidden gutter were made of shaped aluminum sheeting.
"Garden rooms constructed in Dublin. A Mac Carpentry video of a completed garden rooms interior which include, an office, wc and storage area. These garden rooms are built to the highest standard regarding materials and labour. Tailored to the customers needs and specifications. Fully plumbed, wired, insulated, plastered and finished with built in units. Making these rooms warm and comfortable all year round.
This cabin style garden Room is actually built with concrete blocks. It needed a new insulated roof with torch-on felt and was finished on the inside with plywood. The outside required a face lift using shiplap cladding. A great result for a simple makeover.
This is a prefabricated garden room/cabin, it has been assembled five feet from the back wall of the property. After assembly, a lean-to roof, to the back wall was added, and then closed in with side walls, damp proofed floor, a door and plenty of shelving. Creating an ideal garden shed for storage.
Garden rooms constructed in Dublin. This video highlights the structural work needed to make this garden office inhabitable, concrete floor, reinforced concrete ring beam, interior timber frame roof and walls, and the very high standard of insulation used during construction, making these garden rooms warm and comfortable all year round. Usually by the end of a build, the walls are finished with plasterboard and skim coat plaster, making it difficult to know whats beneath. This video was made before the walls are finished to emphasize the high quality of the construction before its covered over.
The garden room in this image began life as a summer house. The material was in good condition and a shame to waste. This room is fully wired with sockets lights and breaker box, a kitchen with running water. Insulated, panelled and floored. Why not have a self contained unit in your garden.