How is a Multi Space installed?

As an emerging and bespoke service, it’s no surprise that we often have people ask us “How is a Multi Space installed?”. Like all frequently asked questions, we thought it might be a good idea to answer this on our blog so that an answer is always readily available.

 

The Process

 

As the first port of call, we’ll invite you to visit our Design Centre for an initial consultation. During this consultation, we’ll discuss your ideas as well as your requirements so that we can get a good sense of what’s needed. Being in our Design Centre will also provide you with the opportunity to experience first hand the high quality of materials and craftsmanship that goes into a Multi Space project. Of course, in the age of The New Normal, availability may be limited and we’ll always be happy to conduct this consultation over the phone, Zoom, or email if preferred.

 

Following the initial consultation, our team will arrange a site visit to establish the ground type, access limitations and to measure up the space they have to work with. Once complete, our team will be in a good position to provide you with an estimate so that you have a better idea of how much your bespoke garden room is likely to cost. Whether it’s a home studio, sustainable garden office, dance studio, or self-catering accommodation that you’re thinking of installing, you’ll be equipped with all of the facts and figures you need to make a decision.

 

If you’re happy with the estimate provided, our visual designer will get to work on some 3D visuals. This is a particularly exciting part of the process and truly brings your ideas to life. Once these have been created, you’ll have the chance to provide feedback to ensure that your space meets all of your specifications. As a completely bespoke service, you won’t encounter any limitations or pre-fab options at this stage, and will instead have the freedom to provide as many or as few suggestions as you require. Of course, our team of designers are also on hand to help with this process if you need a little more guidance or inspiration. Once complete, we’ll revise your quotation and begin looking into any planning permission you may need. If you’re keen to explore this dimension of the project ahead of time, be sure to read our blog which answers the question of “Do I Need Planning Permission for a Garden Room?”.

 

Once you’re happy with our proposal and have signed off on the design, we’ll require 25% of the quotation amount to get things underway. Moving as quickly as possible, we’ll get to work once all of the necessary parts of the building have been manufactured at our site. We’ll also produce a range of parts ahead of the installation date to reduce the amount of time we’ll need to be on site. This ultimately means that you won’t experience any unnecessary disruption and can enjoy a wholly streamlined build phase.

 

After we’ve manufactured everything that’s possible ahead of time to create your bespoke space, we’ll notify you of the start date. On the start date we’ll require the next 50% of the quotation amount before the final 25% which will then be due upon the completion of the project.

 

In Summary:

Ultimately, a Multi Space installation provides you with the unique opportunity to design a garden room that matches your specifications, no matter how sophisticated or adventurous they may be! What’s more, the build process is highly optimised to make the whole journey from design to completion as exciting and efficient as possible. If this all sounds like music to your ears, then be sure to get in touch with a member of our team today.

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How is a Multi Space installed?

February 2, 2022

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