25 thoughts on “Home Office Garden Room”

  1. This is truly a great addition to anybody’s garden, looks lovely, was it
    expensive as I wouldn’t mind have one myself 8~}

  2. 3-4 days build, 2 x joiners wages £950, timber £500, insulation £400, roof
    £300, cedar clading £350, electrician £500, plaster board £100, bi fold
    doors £1000, misc £500. total cost approx £4000 – £5000. customer probably
    being invoiced for £10,000 – £13,000 lol mark up on these things are a
    joke. £5k-8k profit for 3 days work. Im in the wrong game!

  3. Built to rot. Set down into mud and not on post or footing of any kind. The
    cement anchors are nice but wood set in mud rots.

  4. Gathering people who wants to be a part of building a network of stable,
    fully self sustaining and self sufficient communities (a.k.a. life-boats
    for the coming environmental collapse). Communities that live and thrive
    free of money. Peaceful communities that are built upon foundation of :
    love, spirituality, mercy, generosity, tolerance, intelligent, and wisdom.
    If you are interested in becoming a part of this grass root efforts, I
    encourage your reply.

    This Community ARK Project is looking for peaceful, patience, humble, and
    kind-hearted people who are awaken and aware of the coming environmental
    collapse; who want to roll up their sleeves and participate in preparatory
    efforts. One cannot pull someone out of a raging river standing on a muddy
    slippery slope. In order to pull someone out of the river, one must stand
    on a firm solid foundation. A fully self-sufficient community is that solid
    foundation, upon which we stand in order to rescue other less fortunate who
    will be affected by the collapsing environment. If we ourselves are
    struggling to survive as the environment collapse, how can we help others?
    We need fully self-sufficient communities to shelter and nourish us in
    order for us to reach out and help others.

    (Note: this is a gathering process and NOT a recruitment process. When one
    recruit, one is trying to convince others to join a cause; well, someone
    else can always come along and convince people to join a different cause.
    But when one gather, one is speaking to those of like mind who do not need
    convincing; in their hearts and in their thoughts, they recognize the
    catastrophe that lay ahead if our modern societies continue on their
    current path of promoting competition, strife, ignorance and scarcity. This
    Community ARK Project is lighting a beacon so that those with similar mind
    set will know that they are not alone in their thoughts and impulses, and
    that there are others like them out there who desire to come together to
    pool our effort in order to extract ourselves and place ourselves on a
    different path, one that promote cooperation, harmony, foresight, and a
    nurturing environment.)

  5. I would have liked to see the inside after it was completed. That would
    have made a good video a ‘great’ video.

  6. I think that after few years isolations wont be working at all, the wooden
    frame will have some movements during the seasons and there will apear gaps
    between isolation blocks..

  7. I’m very disappointed with this video. I was hoping a cyclops would come
    round the corner and everyone would run off screaming as it chased them.

  8. I like this design – I am in the USA and can’t understand the concept
    behind the 20 holes with concrete above the frost line – can you tell me
    how that is better than 6 supports (corners and midspan) that go below
    frost line and attach with regular hardware ?

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