hup! offers so many benefits that some homeowners have questioned if what they read about it can really be true.
hup! garden homes
Create valuable extra living space in your garden for guests and relatives with a Building Regulation compliant hup! garden home. Create an energy efficient annexe without the hassle.
Five times faster to build
Less mess, less disruption
Save weeks or months off build times
Rapid connection technology
Build in any weather
Less mess and disruption
Ultimate design flexibility
Create any style or size
Vaulted, sloped or flat ceilings
Choose from five roof systems
Compatible with any wall finish including brick, render or cedar
Windows and doors anywhere, any style, any shape
Unrivalled choice of rooflights
Five times more energy efficient
Five times more energy efficient than the average UK home
Keep energy bills low
Zero waste production methods
Increased comfort indoors
High quality finish every time
Designed with advanced manufacturing software
Built by a trained and experienced hup! build team
Made to measure components for a perfect build, every time
One supplier, one project
Fully project managed for you
No need for an architect
No need for independent structural calculations
Cost certainty and clear pricing
Kind to the planet
60% more carbon efficient
60% more carbon efficient to manufacture vs brick
Zero waste in production and on site
IS0 140001 Environmental Management Accredited
Lower ongoing energy usage – less emissions
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