Alex and I discuss the flooring we install in 90% of all the QC garden studios in this video.
(Please note that heavy use of office chairs with castors will eventually damage this flooring - especially if you don't follow the recommended daily cleaning and vacuuming. Dirt and grit acts like sandpaper grinding away at your nice new floor.)
The other 10% of customers upgrade to Aquastep flooring which is more robust and importantly for garden annexe installations - waterproof. Alex and I discuss a granny annexe with the Aquastep in this video...
A protective mat may help reduce the wear from office chair castors.
Whether it's their best seller because it's their best or because it is cheap - I'm not sure sorry.
7 Reasons To Buy From Booths
Annexe installed under the Caravan Act
No deposit required
Prices include VAT and free delivery up to 100 miles
Planning permission not normally required
Unique 25 year guarantee
Take it with you when you move house
Truly zero maintenance - no painting or staining for at least 25 years
On 3 March 2017 at 10:51, Sean McIntyre wrote:
Only yesterday we chose an estate agent to put our house up for sale. The Garden Studio erected in September 2009 still looks great and was a big talking point with the 3 agents who valued the house. They were surprised it was getting on for 8 years old as it still looks great. It was a great purchase and is morphing from the children’s playroom to my den.
From start to finish everything has been superb: the product, the service, the after service. I am just delighted. It's given our family an extra room. It's so quiet that the kids don't come in, so it's become a bit of a haven for reading and yoga. It's warm almost instantly with the air-con, and there are enough doors to open that, over summer, it's felt like a bigger space, yet still private. Having the dining area has been fantastic, much more so than we anticipated. I often work out there, and we've eaten outside more often in the last 3 months than we have in 10 years.