The Advantages Of A Garden Room With A Wood Burner (And How To Choose The Right One!)

Posted by Mark Jennison on Mar 28,2017

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One of the most functional accessories you can add to your Cabin Master garden room is a wood burning stove. Even though our garden rooms are fully insulated, a wood burner will give you a level of comfort and warmth that is unmatched by any alternative heating system. With the rising popularity of garden rooms in the UK, some specially made wood burners that are designed for smaller spaces have come onto the market. When you are designing your garden room, ask us about your options for adding a wood burning stove. There are many different ways that we can integrate one into your garden room, no matter which one you decide is right for you.

The Advantages Of A Wood Burning Stove

There is an ambiance that a wood burning stove creates that is so cosy. After you have your wood burner going for a few hours, you won't ever want to leave your garden room on a cold winter's day. In addition to giving you a great way to spend an afternoon curled up on a lounge chair, a wood burner will cut down on your heating costs.

Modern wood burners are extremely efficient, and matched with a Cabin Master garden room you can't go wrong. When you have friends over for a Sunday lunch, your wood burning stove will be a treat for everyone. The warmth that it provides will make your guests feel wonderful, and a flickering fire adds so much atmosphere to the room.

How Much Heat?

Because Cabin Master garden rooms are so well insulated, you will be limited in terms of how large of a stove you can install. The upside to this is the low amount of wood you will need to burn to stay warm – if in doubt ask our team and we can advise you according to the exact nature of your garden room.

If you need help choosing a stove for your garden room, Cabin Master has lots of ideas for you!

Installation Considerations

A wood burner can be installed in just about any Cabin Master garden room as long as local regulations are followed. In some areas the type of wood burner that is permitted to be used is specified, so be sure to check on the local regulations. If you are planning to add a stove to your garden room, please tell us and we can make all the necessary arrangements.

Cosy Winters In Your Cabin Master Garden Room

The best part of having a garden room with a wood burner is being able to relax in front of it on cool, damp winter days. Wood combustion dries out the air, so if you don't like the damp of winter, adding a wood burning stove to your garden room will make all the difference.

Our garden rooms are built from some of the best materials on the market, so you can be confident that your investment will last. We build our garden rooms from Western Red Cedar or slow grown PEFC/FSC Scandinavian Redwood cladding, so you know that the exterior will stand up to harsh weather if need be.

If you have any questions about designing a garden room with a wood burning stove, please give us a call. We have lots of info on our website, and we are happy to walk your through the design process whenever you like. Just give us a call on 0115 932 8888, or contact us online. You can also pay us a visit at our show site at Stapleford. We’ll put the kettle on and it will be great to chat about your ideas in person!

Take a look at our Ultimate Guide To Garden Rooms for more great design ideas, as well as information on planning, budgeting and how to get the best value for your money. Download your copy for free by clicking here.

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