Improving the planet
The beauty of designing and building your own garden studio with Qube Buildings, is knowing that once it arrives on site, installation is quick and straightforward, and you’ll be up and running in no time at all! Our Bio-SIP systems are made up of panels that fit together, locking into place without the need for bricks or cement! This means that our customers can construct their own garden studio, reducing the need for builders and other tradespeople and costs. Additionally, your chosen windows and doors also click into place, requiring only basic tools such as a drill, to secure the floor, roof and cladding.
Modular buildings can also be referred to as prefabricated, or ‘prefab buildings.’ Panels, roofing, floors, windows and doors are created off-site, which are then transported and assembled on-site, often being installed relatively quickly. These purpose-built structures consist of repeated sections or panels that when assembled end-to-end or stacked one on top of the next, can create versatile, habitable rooms, which can be integrated into existing buildings, or form standalone temporary or more long term structures.
Modular construction serves as a versatile, cost effective solution to creating habitable spaces for a wide range of uses. Whether you plan to create your spacious, dream garden office, away from the hubbub of the house, or transform your garden into a yoga studio to meditate in, and work out the stresses of the week, a modular garden studio can offer you the ideal solution, both from a cost-saving and environmental perspective. This process offers significant time and cost savings over traditional construction techniques. Final on-site installation time can range from one to several days, depending on the complexity of the structure. At Qube, we ensure your modular garden studio is finished to a high standard, completed by the final addition of either weatherboard or cedar wood cladding to suit your preference.
Modular buildings make use of all the architectural specifications and building codes as traditional construction, but factory-controlled conditions mean reduced labor requirements when compared to traditional construction methods and materials, which results in reduced material waste, fewer site disruptions and a smaller carbon footprint.