Garden Room Cladding Ideas
Choosing an external finish for your garden room involves selecting from timber for timeless elegance, renders for insulation and natural aesthetics, composite cladding for durability and low maintenance.
These cladding materials are available in many colours and offer an infinite number of functional and visually appealing finishing design options for insulated summer houses, modular garden buildings, pub sheds, house extensions, prefab offices, kitchen and bathroom renovations and luxury barn conversions.
Call us on 01743 461471 to discuss your external cladding ideas, costs, quotes, prices, estimates or problems. Myndstone are builders in Shrewsbury that cover Shropshire, Staffordshire, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Cheshire, Mid Wales and the West Midlands.
Choose the Right Exterior Finish
When it comes to the exterior of your new garden room, two things matter most: it should look beautiful and provide protection against the elements. Our external cladding and finishing options offer both aesthetics and durability.
Whether you go for the traditional cladding or our pre-colored renders, rest assured that all our finishes are responsibly sourced, sustainable, and excellent at insulating.
Wood & Timber Cladding Ideas
Timber is a timeless building material that combines elegance, flexibility, and robustness. It’s an excellent choice when you want a stunning appearance along with resilience against weather.
This type of wood is sourced responsibly from well-managed forests, where only a small fraction of trees are harvested annually. For every tree cut down, three new ones are planted, ensuring a sustainable supply. We only use wood that has a low environmental impact and requires less energy to produce compared to synthetic alternatives. It’s also biodegradable.
Over time, wooden cladding acquires its own colour and patina, influenced by exposure to sunlight, wind, and rain. If you prefer to maintain its original hue, you can apply a clear treatment with UV protection.
Render & Plaster Finishing Ideas
Not only timber cladding can enhance your garden room’s appearance. Our selection also includes organic resin renders. These ready-to-use pre-mixed renders offer great insulation and a natural finish.
A render or plaster finish will repel water and come in various colors, eliminating the need for maintenance.
Composite Finishes & Cladding Ideas
Composite cladding panels and bords offer many colours and textures and are known for their low maintenance and durability. The high density panels are insulated, sturdy and less susceptible to damage from impacts. This natural wood effect composite sheets are popular for external cladding in rural locations.
Pastel and primary coloured panels are ideal for interior and garden designers for both aesthetics and practicality.
Consider a living roof, or “Green Roof,” for a functional and visually captivating addition. These roofs consist of sedum plants that are pre-grown into the system, offering at least 80% plant coverage. The plants flower from late spring to autumn, attracting pollinating insects and creating a wildlife-friendly habitat.
Benefits of living roofs include reduced solar heat gain in summer, added insulation in winter, positive impact on planning permissions, decreased stormwater runoff, and improved acoustic performance.
Exterior Cladding Costs, Quotes & Estimates
We are happy to advise on and residential or commercial garden office extensions, conversions or installations in Shropshire, Staffordshire, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Cheshire, Mid Wales and the West Midlands.
To discuss exterior finishing costs, prices, estimates and cladding ideas for modular garden buildings, house extensions, loft, garage and barn conversions, commercial office pods, prefab classrooms and insulated accommodation units, contact us using the form below or call us on 01743 461471
Myndstone Garden Buildings, Unit 15D Vanguard Way,
Battlefield Enterprise Park, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY1 3TG
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