Since its launch 10 years ago, our sister company, Future Rooms, has remained proudly focused on high-quality rooms and high levels of customer service and expanded the business with a purpose-built workshop and showroom in Gloucestershire.
Combining 10 years of expertise in designing, manufacturing, building and installing garden rooms across the UK, with a forward-thinking approach to meeting clients’ varying needs for additional space, Future Rooms has developed a range of stunning outdoor rooms suitable for a variety of multi-functional domestic and commercial uses.
All garden rooms by Future Rooms are manufactured at their purpose-built workshop, where they recently designed and installed a plant to produce their structural insulated panels (SIPs), enabling them to expand their offering to the public and builders and provide expert advice and recommendations.
The team at Future Rooms is delighted to be celebrating our 10th anniversary and proud to be in position to continue to grow its dedicated team, who have been instrumental in their success. It’s an exciting time, as it continues to develop new products to meet the changing and expanding needs of both residential and commercial clients.
As enquiries for self-build garden rooms have increased over the past two years, we’ve designed a third energy-efficient DIY garden room kit, the Complete Kit, manufactured at our purpose-built workshop in our premises in beautiful Gloucestershire.
The complete Kit offers a finished room in one installation package. Rooms can be selected as a set size from our ‘off the shelf’ range.
Supplied in pre-manufactured and pre-finished closed timber frame panels for the walls and SIP floor and roof panels, the Complete Kit offers a unique and easy to assemble solution to the need for a full build.
The structural envelope is finished internally with MDF lining and supplied with all of the external breather membrane and cladding required to finish externally.
It’s ideal for homeowners who want a full garden room kit, delivered in one installation package.
We’re delighted that our wall and roof systems have been fully and successfully tested to British Standard and Eurocode loadings for domestic buildings.
Every build project we work on will have a full structural design and structural appraisal from a third-party engineer, using the structural load testing data.
In addition, our panels are constructed using enhanced grey EPSinsulation.EPS is an inert material that will not off-gas or degrade over time, unlike PIR and PUR insulations, resulting in thermal performance that will remain consistent over the lifetime of the building.
The enhanced grey EPS used in our panels offers far superior thermal resistance values over standard EPS.
To assist and guide clients, architects and builders in the understanding and application of our SIPs wall and roof systems, we have a range of standard details.
Our thermal values are tailored towards ‘new thermal elements’ required for home extensions and ancillary building, including home annexes.
U values are calculated on the complete wall or roof build-up and these can be enhanced further with additional internal insulation if required.