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  • Are our garden rooms available in your state?
    Please check our service chart to find out which states we service and the garden room sizes available for your state.
  • How long does it take?
    Our Outdoor Rooms: In most cases the process takes between 8-10 weeks and an additional 3-6 days for the onsite installation.
  • How much space is required?
    This will depend on the size of the floor plan you choose. We don’t require any extra space for the installation process , but your local council may have certain boundary offsets that need to be observed. You should check for any building restrictions before your outdoor room is installed.
  • Does tight site access provide any problems?
    Inoutside have no issues with difficult to access locations as we carry through materials manually, no special equipment is needed.
  • What ground preparation is required prior to installation ?
    We use engineered steel system for all approval projects which allows us to overcome uneven or sloping ground. For all Exempt developments we install engineered footing blocks and tie downs into the ground. We use an engineered adjustable foot system which has approximate 150mm adjustment. Contact Us to discuss your site and whether or not this system will be required.
  • Do I require council approval?
    We offer floor plans, engineering and an energy report to help get the approval process underway. In many cases council approval will not be required to install an Inoutside room, but it may depend on how you intend to use the space and the size of your room. Classification of our Studios are either a Class10a ( Shed/storage space) or a Class 1A structure ( Ancillary accommodation ) under the Australian Building Code: - Class 10a Non-habitable building or structure. - Class 1A: Ancillary accommodation (Granny Flat) According to the BCA (Building Code of Australia) a non-habitable room is “a space which is not occupied frequently, or for extended periods of time.” Approval is required for structures exceeding the maximum except rule for your state. required if the Some councils allow a larger floor space before requiring a permit, so it is always best to contact your local council to get the right advice if you’re unsure. Should you need a permit, we can supply you with the information you'll need to support your application submission, including: • The floor plan and elevation of your room • Structural drawings • Specifications • Installation details Energy Reports Council fees – if required – are not included in the cost of your outdoor room.
  • Do I need concrete foundations?
    No. The design of our outdoor rooms eliminates the need for costly concrete foundations. We use a Timber frame structure supported on engineered concrete footing blocks which are installed to an appropriate depth, reducing the floor height of your new building. This also reduces the overall amount of time and concrete required to establish your room.
  • Is there a large step up to access my room?
    The treated timber or steel framework of your room, plus flooring, is around 170mm in height. We also allow an 80mm gap beneath your room for adequate ventilation, which brings the total step up to about 250mm. This will vary depending on the slope of your block, so you may wish to consider creating a step or extended deck area for easy access.
  • What does prefabricated mean?
    Prefabricated means the room is made in our factory. The rooms are pre-made and delivered in flatpacks before being installed at your location. This means minimal work on site and reduces installation time.
  • What is covered in the 'Installation"
    This covers the delivery and installation of your garden room. Covering all external works i.e. Footings All timber framing ( Sub-base /Walls /Roof) Windows & Doors All exterior cladding (walls and roof) Hardwood Decking Gutter & downpipe Subfloor Base
  • Where are you located?
    Inoutside prefabricate your garden rooms in our Adelaide & Sydney workshops We freight to most states (please inquire ) Metro Only Areas
  • Do you have a showroom I can visit?
    We have our main display at 165 Railway Terrace Mile End SA. Please contact us if you would like us to arrange a viewing of a resent installation in your area.


Inoutside take pride in our beautifully crafted products. We ensure you get into your room with minimum fuss.


  • Inoutside works with the Building Code of Australia to provide a quality backyard space to regulation. 
    This is in conjunction with your local council and relevant approvals.

  • Providing all required documents for your permit application (*fee applies)

  • Delivery 6-8 weeks for quick installation package

  • Fully engineered base and panels

  • No concrete slab required

  • Quality materials that meet all Australian standards

  • Use of fully qualified licensed trades

  • 10-year warranty

  • Site inspections are available for site specific accurate quotes (fee applies*)



Structure H2 Termite Proof

  • Floor system - Structural Treated Timber

  • Flooring - Moisture resistant particle board

  • Wall frame - Structural timber frame system,
    fully engineered.


Walls / Roof

  • Sisalation to code


Doors & Windows

  • Quality Powder coated Aluminium Windows & Doors 

  • Door option; Sliding / Stacker & Hinged

  • Window options Fixed / sliding / Awning

  • All with flyscreens as standard

  • A selection of glass, including double-glazing



  • Choice of 2 exterior finishes

  • Native SilverTop ASH timber (FSC)

  • Locally manufactured WeatherTex products

  • Treated Pine to front entrance step and decking.


Additions & Upgrades available *at extra cost​

  • Choice of colours

  • Double Glazed windows and doors

  • Internal walls and doorways

  • Extended deck

All material meet Australian codes and practices.




Our garden rooms come with 10 year structural guarantee for your peace of mind.

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