Alex and Iain discuss the differences between the QC Basics garden studio and the QC6 garden studio which has lots of optional extras. Alex discusses the corner pillars, the flyover roof and guttering...
Alex points out that the QCB garden office can't have windows on the side or rear, or have french doors, half windows, fanlight windows, or large picture windows, whereas the QC6 has all of those options...
Other differences are...
The QCB garden studio can only have outside pillar lights installed during the studio installation since access is when the roof is off.
1) The QCB "Basics" garden office for those who want a pro office/studio at a fantastic price up to 20' x 8' (6050mm x 2440mm)
2) The QC6 garden studio has a higher spec insulation and has many more options like...
Windows and doors can be positioned anywhere.
Flyover roof on front, sides or rear.
6ft square "Picture windows" to enjoy views from your studio.
At least 6 double mains sockets.
All internal sockets and lighting sockets are fitted flush.
Dimmer system option on led downlights.
The latest spec Aurora LED lighting.
Internal walls for bedrooms, kitchens.
Ensuites with shower toilet and sinks.
Data conduit runs all around the whole studio for internet, phone and tv position flexibility.
All of the QC designs are portable so they remain your asset...
you can take it with you to your new home or sell it on if your circumstances change.
Being portable increases the used value of your garden room and whenever I sell a used
QC on our website there is always a huge amount of interest.
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
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.
We have one of your studios in England and love it. We have a villa in Vorno just outside Lucca in Tuscany. I would love to buy a very large studio to hold painting classes in. Have you ever done anything abroad and what are your thoughts?