The process of designing and constructing a garden room using the Redcliffe offices as an example.
An initial sketch of the garden room is drawn to illustrate what the final product will look like.
The proposed area is prepared and a concrete base is poured for the foundations of the building, with pressure treated timber stud work creating the structure.
A base layer of felt topped off with a final layer of mineral felt is applied to the flat roof.
The base is covered in a damp proof membrane before high spec insulation is cut between timber joists and particle board screwed down on top.
There is an option of using fibre glass insulation or upgrading to the up-to-date high grade celotex (or similar product) to enhance the rooms all year round capabilities.
12.5mm plaster board is secured to the stud work followed by a fine smooth skim of plaster.
A popular choice of cladding is the cedar wood shown in the adjacent picture which gives a natural finish or alternatively the modern cement cladding which comes in a range of colours.
This is a stage left until last, for either the customer to select and carry out themselves or for Redcliffe to provide as an additional service depending on the customers requirements.
As you can see from our current portfolio of projects, all our rooms are built to the highest standards to meet our customers needs. For more information or for a free estimate, please contact us.