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Garden Room Ventilation: 7 Tips From Experts

Press Release: January 19, 2021

When building an outdoor extension to maximise your lot’s space, aesthetics and functionality shouldn’t only be your top considerations. You have to have proper ventilation for your comfort and for your health (inadequate ventilation can result in mold growth).

If you want to ensure proper airflow in your garden room Essex, here are seven expert-given tips you need to take note of.

Select a proper location for your room. First and foremost, you have to identify a well-ventilated location within your yard. According to professionals, your room should be oriented considering the direction of prevailing winds. It’s also better to place it in a spot where there’s natural shade (e.g. Trees).

Take into account your floor area. When building Garden rooms Essex, the size matters when it comes to ventilation. In general, a 300 square-foot floor space should have a square-foot of venting. For smaller rooms, installing vents and roof windows are typically enough. For larger rooms, proper ventilation can be attained with the help of an electric fan or a whirligig.

Determine the different types of ventilation. There are three main types of ventilation: passive, active, and wind turbine. The first one involves installing vents on the shed roof; it has no moving parts — air flows because of atmospheric pressure. For the second one, vents are equipped with temperature and moisture sensors, and are powered by solar cells or electricity. The last one is wind-powered; their parts can move more air than their passive counterpart.

Consider planting shade trees. As mentioned, it will be more energy-efficient if you have natural shade to help cool off your garden room. If you don’t have trees near your room yet, you should absolutely consider planting some now.

Paint the roof of your garden room to a light colour. Another trick that garden room Essex recommends is painting your roof to a lighter colour. This will help reduce the heat being absorbed by your roof. If your budget permits, you can check our paints with ceramic thermal additives to further aid in heat gain reduction.

Invest in an air source heat pump. If you’re using your room as a home office, you should invest in an air source heat pump to help control humidity and moisture. This device can help your room stay cool (or warm) whenever needed.

Enlist professional help. Building a garden room is quite an investment. If you want to avoid incurring costly mistakes — and you want to guarantee that your home extension is well ventilated — you should get help from experts in this field.

Wright Sheds is an expert in building bespoke outdoor extensions and garden rooms Essex. Backed by over 43 years of experience, they consider every project they work on as unique — delivering solutions that are tailored to fit their clients’ needs. Apart from quality builds — because of their use of high-grade materials — they are highly recommended because of their competitive pricing. Learn more at http://www.wrightsheds.co.uk/garden-rooms.htm. For enquiries, reach them out at 01268 729808 or 07976 277636 or email them at info@wrightsheds.co.uk.

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