We have just completed a lovely new garden office build in Richmond, and were thrilled to be including for the first time our brand new artificial grass product to the roof of our client’s new build. As you will see from our gallery, a living roof is not new to us and we have finished many garden rooms with effective sedum or wildflower meadow roofs in the past. But due to its low maintenance and year-round luscious finish, artificial grass roofs (and landscaping for that matter) are gaining in popularity, and we can see why!
This neat garden room stands at 5m x 3m, and was designed as an office space away from the home. Uniquely, as well as a hidden side door for a storage compartment, this client cleverly included a second rear set of aluminium doors, to provide secondary access from the back path. This extremely practical feature adds even more functionality to the garden office, providing it with its own private point of access.
Originally planning on adding a sedum or wildflower meadow roof, this client decided to proceed with artificial turf due to its evergreen appearance and very low maintenance requirements, but also due to the fact that unlike sedum or wildflower, artificial grass requires no planning permission, since no re-enforced roofing is required. With the top of the garden room very visible from the higher floors of their three-storey home, this helps to provide year-round pleasant views of their garden.
Our happy client Kathy, who contacted us about her project following recommendations from two friends who have been recent customers of ours, said:
“We are delighted with our new eDEN garden room. We are particularly pleased with the artificial turf roof, which makes for a great outlook from the upper floors of the main house. The extra space we have gained is fantastic, whilst still maintaining a good garden space.”
Get in touch with the friendly eDEN team today to discuss your project, or to find out more about our new artificial turf roof finish. Call us on 0800 0935 339 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a brochure.