Jul 12, 2019

The Advantages of a Panelized Backyard Studio


Building a backyard studio is a great way to accomplish a long list of home-related objectives. If you need more space, but your home feels maxed out a backyard office or prefab studio is a great solution. If you would like to set up your own private spot to relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of the house, a quaint studio may be just what you need in order to get some healthy separation from the rest of the home.

Posted by: Coast Studios

backyard studioBuilding a backyard studio is a great way to accomplish a long list of home-related objectives. If you need more space, but your home feels maxed out a backyard office or prefab studio is a great solution. If you would like to set up your own private spot to relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of the house, a quaint studio may be just what you need in order to get some healthy separation from the rest of the home. Or perhaps you have a child that needs his or her own space. In that case, you could even construct a traditional-looking studio using one of several options for saltbox prefab studio kits. The possibilities and options are endless. However, the benefits of a backyard studio don’t stop there.

A Backyard Studio Is Easy to Assemble

Traditional construction for those with tons of time on their hands and deep pockets can be a good way to go. There’s plenty to learn along the way, and you can always go out and grab more Band-Aids if you run out. But for normal folks, convenience, speed, and simplicity are considerable assets. Many simply don't have the time to put around town trying to find that one missing component for four hours. A prefab solution allows you to get the pieces of the backyard studio and assemble them quickly. The number of tools is limited and the skills needed to put it together are minimal. This means you can do it all quickly and easily. And with a few beers and some pizza, you can even pay your friends to help out. When things go up quickly, time and money are saved--not to mention gray hairs and headaches. Panel-based assembly cuts down the installation time of a backyard studio by one third. This means you have more time for that beer and pizza.

The building process is made even easier by the way the materials are delivered. They come in a covered trailer, directly to your job site. You don’t have to worry about a huge truck chewing up your lawn and disturbing your neighbors. Everything comes in an easy-to-manage package. This eliminates the need to spend most of your building time hunting for materials, making new materials lists, and going back to grab the stuff you forgot. This alone is half the work of building a backyard studio.

Build with a Clear Conscience

Because a backyard studio made from prefabricated panels is built in a controlled production facility, there is less wasted materials. If people continue to have a cavalier attitude about the materials they waste while building, there won’t be enough backyards left in which to have backyard studios. The spaces in landfills aren’t getting any larger, so we need to do what we can in order to conserve waste. A great step in the right direction is building a backyard studio out of prefabricated panels. The amount of waste is greatly reduced because of the construction process and the standardized sizes of the components. The waste you create will be minimal to none, but the good news is the waste created during the panel’s building process is nearly as negligible.

A Stronger Solution

Any structure is only as strong as the seams in its design. If the breaks between sections are either poorly placed or poorly constructed, the building will be at risk of a Three-Little-Pigs-esque fate. With prefabricated panels, the building is stronger because of both the design and placement of the panels. They are built and positioned in such a way as to make the building tough, sturdy and reliable. With this kind of construction, there’s no need to worry about a storm, earthquake, or other event toppling your backyard studio. You can assemble it with confidence—knowing that it will be there for years to come and for generations to come as well.

These are just some of the benefits of building a backyard studio using a panelized system. The security you get from knowing that you have a strong building that is easy to put together and a green solution will give you peace of mind as you build. Soon, you’ll be hanging with your friends, admiring the studio and gorging on pizza.