Our process is simple; we will review the information you provided and get back to you within 4 working days.
Once you have filled out our “book a consultation form” our team will review the information you have provided, they will then be in touch to gather more information (such as garden access, room placement etc) as well as your needs for your garden room. This is when you can decide what additional extras (if any) you would like included in your garden room. At this point, our design team will need to establish if running and waste water needs to be connected and how this can be done effectively.
When our design team has all the information they need, a plan will be drawn up to help you visualise how your garden room will look in situe.
Once you have approved your plans, a 40% deposit is required, we then begin manufacturing your garden room to your specifications. This may take up to 6 weeks.
Our team will arrive 4 days prior to fitting your garden room to begin groundwork and at this stage we require 50% payment to begin installation of your room.
Once the ground is prepared, your garden room is ready to assemble, this stage of the process usually takes 4-5 working days. The remaining 10% is paid upon completion.
When your Fern Lane Garden Room arrives, it is truly a blank canvas and you can use the space however you wish. We have seen our garden rooms used as a:
At Fern Lane, we only use the best materials. That is how we can offer a 10-year guarantee with our Garden Rooms.
Our walls are pressure treated and comprise of insulation, weather protective membrane and plasterboard.
For our floors we use laminated flooring on structural timber with insulation and air tightness laid between, on foundation points to suit ground conditions - alternatively, insulated concrete floors are also available if preferred.
Our weatherproof insulated roof is made using selected roofing membrane laid over sheeting on joists, with wool insulation fitted between joists. A vapor control layer and rigid insulation are attached to the underside of the joists, and finished with a plasterboard.