Abcell is now offering the Ultraframe Garden Room system in kit format to help installers respond to the trend for home working.

“I’ve lost count of the times I’ve spoken to people lately who’ve said that they’re investing in a garden room,” said operations director Neville Gleed, “It’s astounding how popular they’ve suddenly become and it gives window installers a perfect opportunity to add an extra offering to homeowners in order to make the most of demand.

“By offering the Ultraframe Garden Room system in kit format, complete with windows and doors, we’re providing trade customers with a high-quality product that is easy to build. With twice the thermal performance of other premium garden rooms, they also offer superb durability, benefitting from Building Regulation approved parts with a 30+ year lifespan, and they won’t fade like cedar clad alternatives.”

The Rated People Home Improvement Trends Report 2021 showed that more than half of the UK worked from home during the pandemic, says the company, With many people expected to carry on operating remotely in some capacity as hybrid working becomes the new norm, as well as a desire for additional living space, this dramatic rise in popularity is set to continue.

Ultraframe Garden Room kits from Abcell are available in two styles the contemporary Studio design has a 2500mm height roof to eliminate the necessity of planning permission, while the Pavilion offers an Orangery style garden room.

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