Introducing iPod Garden Rooms, Transform your garden into a living space to enjoy whatever the weather!
A home office, playroom, bar or a place to relax and unwind away from it all. What will you use your iPod Garden Rooms for?
Composite Wood Garden Rooms have up to 3 times more wall insulation than many timber garden rooms so you can enjoy the extra space in your garden any time of the year. And there’s lots of design choices so you can use your garden room however you want to.
iPod Garden Rooms are low maintenance and will endure the test of time without having to paint, stain or seal it.
Supplied with windows, doors, fascias, soffits and a power outlet
Built to last
- Full insulation for all year use
- Composite Wood Garden Rooms are built to last
- Weathertight Insulated Composite Wood
- Wall System resists mould and algae
- Proven EPDM single-ply BBA certified warm room
- ‘A’ energy rated double glazed windows
- Elegant and practical French doors
- Woodgrain finish highly insulated PVCu window & door frames
- High-security insurance approved multi- point locking
iPod Garden Offices
More people are choosing to work from home so they can be flexible with their time and to avoid the daily commute.
Finding a space to concentrate away from the distractions of the house can be difficult though.
iPod Garden Rooms is one of the most practical ways to create a dedicated space for working from home. It lets you have a personal space all to yourself to help you concentrate.
No painting or staining your garden room ever.
The Composite Wood walls are covered by a 25 year guarantee.
Strong & reinforced
Strong, reinforced Composite Wood corners and unique connectors can't rot or corrode.
Better colour stability in sunlight and high durability.
iPod Garden Room Gallery
Do I need planning permission
In most cases, you will not need planning permission to erect a garden room – if the eaves height is under 2.5 and it doesn’t project beyond the front wall of your house.
In general, adding a stand-alone, single storey garden room to the rear or side garden is usually allowed under Permitted Development.
However, we recommend that you check the Government’s Planning Portal online before starting any work on a garden room to ensure you comply with the rules. The planning portal refers to garden rooms as outbuildings.