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Do I have the space

Your planned garden room size can be constrained by the width and depth of your garden space. If you are looking to understand what size garden room you can accommodate, we have put together a small guide.

As a starting point, we recommend measuring the width of your available space, from here we can look to find the maximum width garden room you can accommodate.  Once you know the maximum width you can accommodate, you know all smaller sizes will fit too.

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If your planned garden room is under 15 square meters internally, it will need to be positioned a minimum of 0.4m from any boundary around all 4 sides.  So deducting 0.8m from your garden width will give you the maximum width of garden room you can accommodate.

If your planned garden room is between 15 - 30 square meters internally, it will need to be positioned a minimum of 1m from any boundary around all 4 sides.  So deducting 2m from your garden width will give you the maximum width of garden room you can accommodate. 

In our online 3D configurator you can see the internal floor area that your chosen garden room will provide.


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Available budget and internal space

Our online 3D configurator lets you explore different garden room sizes, together with options for cladding, windows and doors and finishing specifications, all displayed with upfront prices. You can explore many different garden room sizes and configure a solution to suit your available space, internal usage needs and available budget.