Garden Rooms

High-specification garden buildings in Devon and the South West

Garden Rooms in Devon and the South West

Get the garden room you’ve always wanted…

  • Office
  • Gym
  • Studio
  • Music room
  • Bar
  • Man Cave
  • Sauna
  • Games room

…designed and built to the highest standards.

Garden Rooms in Exeter

A Permanent Garden Room

Are you looking for a permanent Garden Room designed and built to last 40 years or more? All Exeter Garden Rooms are built to this standard.

Garden Rooms – Design & Construction

When we create Garden Rooms in Devon and the South West, we believe the client is best placed to decide on the design suited to their needs. We will advise on the limitations of the location, construction, planning and building control. Once the client has decided on the design, computer-generated images of the final design will be provided for the client’s approval, this will include an image of the room in its chosen location in the garden

When building Garden rooms in Devon and the South West, we only use quality materials as we want you to enjoy your rooms for many trouble-free years. However, the materials are only one part of the story, the correct details and adherence to manufacturers’ requirements are as important. Seth has spent his career ensuring the right things are done from beginning to end of a project. We want to leave you satisfied, with a room that will give many years of good service.


Our Garden Rooms are built using engineered Structural Insulated Panels (SIP). SIPs provide many advantages for Garden Rooms:

  • Factory quality
  • High levels of thermal insulation
  • Rigid and structurally stable
  • Reduces the amount of work on site
  • Faster construction times

The floor will be constructed of 18mm external quality ply on 100mm joists. Insulation by 75mm PIR board.

Cladding options

Our buildings can be clad in a number of materials to blend in or perhaps stand out as a design statement. Popular materials are:

  • Cedar, particularly Canadian Red Cedar which has become desirable due to its appearance and durability.
  • Siberian Larch, we have used larch as an alternative to the cedar, it too is durable and well suited to Garden Rooms but is not as expensive.
  • Composite timber cladding, a pre-coloured durable alternative to Cedar or Lark.
  • Tongue and Grooved boarding, a cheaper alternative, can be used on sides of the Garden Room that are not visible. The Victorians used this technique of prioritising the front and important elevations, using more expensive materials and making savings at the rear.

Internal Finishes


  • Plasterboard and skim
  • Timber boarding

Floor Finishes

  • Laminates
  • Vinyl
  • Solid wood
  • Carpet

Doors & Windows (aluminium or UPVC)

All doors can be double or triple glazed

  • Bi-fold
  • Sliding
  • Swinging

External Finishes


We use the SIP panel as a roof structure providing a high level of thermal insulation and a robust base for the roof covering. Waterproof covering being an EPDM rubber (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer), which is extremely durable with a manufacture’s life expectancy of up to 50 years. We are able to lay this material with less slope than traditional alternatives giving more internal room height.

Our construction techniques allow us to offer a curved roof, ‘the Curve’, providing a feature that will make your Garden Room stand out from the ordinary.


We offer three fascia details:

  • UPVC (plastic), as used on most new build housing. A practical attractive solution needing no maintenance (just clean).
  • Powder-coated aluminium, a more expensive option but offers a premium finish. Aluminium fascia are used on all our Curved rooms but can also be specified on Standard Rooms.
  • Timber fascia, to match the cladding, a premium option.


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