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Muti-Purpose Garden Rooms


Transform your garden with a living space to enjoy whatever the weather.

  • Man/she cave
  • Your own music room
  • Your own gym/workout room
  • Extra space/playroom for the kids
  • Your own office a few steps away from your home

A Composite Garden Room could be the perfect solution for you.

Available Colours:


composite garden rooms preston Ancient Black
composite garden rooms preston Salt Lake Silver
composite garden rooms preston Antique Ash
composite garden rooms preston Wild Brown

At Lee uPVC we can offer a full installation service from base work, construction, lighting, heating, electrics. We can also finish off the surrounding area with our stunning composite decking, flagging or artificial grass, completing the job in style. Composite Garden Rooms feature highly insulated walls and a warm weatherproof roof for all year round protection from the elements. A large selection of sizes that are designed as either a self-contained building or a stunning sunroom extension to your home. They come in a range of styles, 4 different wall and roof colours and a large choice of windows and doors, so the design of your Garden Room can be unique and bespoke.

Benefits of Garden Rooms:


  • No painting
  • Waterproof
  • Splinter proof
  • Hard wearing
  • Choice of colours
  • Low maintenance
  • Natural looking
  • High security frames
  • Seamless installation

Supply Only or Full Installation Service Available

Planning Particulars


Summer houses are usually considered a permitted development and planning permission should not be needed as long as:

  • The structure is no closer to a road or a highway than the original house
  • The summer house is not to be used as a self contained accommodation
  • The height does not exceed 2.5m when within the 2m of a boundary wall/fence
  • The total area does not cover more than 50% of the garden (including front and side)
  • The height does not exceed 4m (pitched roof) when positioned more than 2m from a boundary/fence

However, as these rules can vary, it always pays to check with your local authority prior to any construction, especially if the summer house is to be within the curtilage of a listed building or a conservation area.

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