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Modular Garden Buildings, Summer Houses & Home Extensions In Shropshire

Insulated Modular Buildings & Garden Rooms

Myndstone modular buildings are fully insulated structures that complies with building regulations. These modular buildings are designed to be a habitable living space, just like any other room in your house. Unlike garden sheds, garden rooms are built for year-round comfort and durability. They are constructed with proper foundations and high-quality building materials, providing unparalleled structural strength and longevity.

Myndstone are builders in Shrewsbury who build garden rooms, offices and studios in Shropshire, Staffordshire, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Cheshire, Mid Wales and West Midlands

Q: What is a garden studio?

A: A garden studio, also known as a garden room or garden office, is a versatile and self-contained structure usually constructed in a backyard or garden. It serves as an extension to the living or workspace, providing a comfortable and private area to work, study, relax, or pursue hobbies.

Q: How long do garden studios last?

A: The lifespan of a garden studio can vary depending on the materials used and the level of maintenance. Typically, well-built and properly maintained garden studios can last anywhere from 20 to 30 years or more.

Q: Do garden studios need planning permission?

A: In many cases, garden studios fall under permitted development rights in the UK, meaning they can be built without the need for planning permission, subject to certain limitations. However, it is essential to check with your local planning authority to ensure your specific project complies with regulations.

Q: Can I sleep in a garden room?

A: Yes, you can use a garden room as a sleeping space, but there are some considerations. If the garden room is designed to be used as a habitable living space, you may need to comply with building regulations and obtain planning permission, especially if it’s intended for permanent overnight accommodation.

Q: Can a garden room have a toilet?

A: Yes, a garden room can have a toilet. However, adding plumbing facilities like a toilet will likely require compliance with building regulations and planning permission. It is best to check with your local authorities before installing any plumbing fixtures.

Q: Do garden rooms add value to your house?

A: Generally, yes, garden rooms can add value to your house. These versatile and attractive structures can increase the overall appeal of a property and provide additional usable space, which is often considered an attractive feature for potential buyers.

Q: Why are garden offices so expensive?

A: The cost of a garden office can vary based on factors such as size, materials used, design complexity, insulation, and additional features like plumbing or electricity. Quality materials, professional construction, and the level of customization can contribute to the overall expense of a garden office.

Q: Can I rent out my garden studio?

A: Yes, you can rent out your garden studio, subject to local regulations and permissions. However, it’s essential to check with your local authorities to ensure compliance with any necessary planning and building requirements for a rental property.

Q: Do garden rooms need foundations?

A: Yes, garden rooms typically require some form of foundation to provide stability and support. The type of foundation depends on factors like the size of the garden room, the ground conditions, and the building’s weight. Common foundation types include concrete slabs, concrete piers, or screw piles.

Q: Can I build a studio in my garden?

A: Yes, you can usually build a studio in your garden in the UK. Garden studios often fall under permitted development rights, which means they can be built without planning permission. However, there are specific limitations on size, height, and location that must be followed.

Q: Do I need building regs for a garden building?

A: In many cases, you will need to comply with building regulations for a garden studio. Building regulations ensure that the structure meets certain safety and structural standards. However, some smaller garden studios may be exempt from building regulations, but it’s best to consult with your local building control authority to confirm.

Q: Can I have a kitchen in a garden room?

A: Yes, you can have a kitchen in a garden room, but this may trigger additional requirements, such as building regulations and planning permission. Adding a kitchenette or full kitchen will likely classify the structure as a habitable living space, which has stricter regulations.

Q: Can I build within 1 metre of the boundary?

A: In some cases, you can build within 1 meter of the boundary, but this will depend on your local planning regulations and permitted development rights. There might be specific restrictions on the height and size of the structure, and it’s crucial to check with your local planning authority before proceeding.

Q: Can you put a garden room on a patio?

A: Yes, it is possible to put a garden room on a patio, but certain considerations should be taken into account. Ensure that the patio can support the weight of the garden room and that it meets any necessary building regulations. Also, check local guidelines to ensure compliance with any planning requirements.

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