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Garden house or garden pavilion?

Garden house or garden pavilion?


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What possibilities does a garden pavilion offer in comparison to a garden house? Here you will find a comparison of the two options.

Garden house or garden pavilion?

If you own a garden and like to stay there, the question often arises whether you should buy a garden pavilion or a garden house to seek protection from excessive sun and, above all, rain. Both forms are certainly suitable as a retreat, but both the garden house and the garden pavilion have their advantages and disadvantages.

The garden house

Most people know a garden house from small allotments. There is a small garden house in each of the plots. But a garden shed is also suitable for the home garden. There you can safely store your garden tools and garden furniture, for example. Because nobody can penetrate the stable and lockable small house so easily. This is how you keep your garden tools safe and within easy reach.

Some of the garden houses are even equipped with a covered terrace and thus offer space to sit outdoors or in a sheltered house. A disadvantage is, of course, that the garden house is tied to a specific location and that you sometimes even need a building permit to build it.

These small houses are usually built from wood. It is important to ensure that there is a level foundation, ideally slightly higher than the floor. This protects the wood from moisture. To achieve this, the wood should also be treated with a wood preservative varnish.



The garden pavilion

A garden pavilion also offers a number of advantages as sun protection or protection against rain. One is usually more flexible with such a one than with a real garden shed. There are also garden pavilions that are permanently installed in the garden, but there are also mobile garden pavilions. Folding pavilions, for example, can be easily transported in a few simple steps. With such a garden pavilion you are very flexible and can always use it exactly where it is needed. The disadvantage is, of course, that such a garden pavilion is not as stable as a garden house or a fixed garden pavilion. But they are also a lot cheaper.

If you choose a fixed garden pavilion, the price rises again, but so do the options. You can choose between open and closed garden pavilions. The closed ones are particularly well suited for overwintering plants because the large windows let in a lot of light.

The best choice?

Whether you choose a garden shed or a garden pavilion depends entirely on your personal needs. So think about what you can expect from the pavilion or garden shed and then make your own decision.



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