When choosing your perfect outdoor huts and gazebos, there are several points that must be considered.
One of these crucial points is the size of your garden cabin room, including the height, width and length. If you want to avoid having to apply for planning permission for your garden office cabin, then it is vital that it remains within its permitted size. You must also judge how much space you have available for your bespoke log cabins, as there should be sufficient land around the structure, so as not to be squeezed into too small an area.
The positions of your garden rooms in the UK must be studied. For example, do you want the structure to be protected from the wind, or in a part of the garden that receives the most sunlight? The base for your garden office cabin will also depend on its positioning, whether it will be placed on grass or concrete.
Choosing your glazing will largely depend on how you intend to use your garden cabin room. Single glazed windows would be appropriate for buildings used mainly for storage, but it is highly recommended that double or even triple glazing is installed in log cabins that are used all year round for entertaining.
The above tips will help to ensure your bespoke log cabins are an asset, and can improve your home and enjoyment of the space these structures provide.
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