Features of a Lienne Garden Office

Lienne Garden Office from Dunster House

So you’ve made the big decision to work from home. Now comes the difficult decision of what finding the right Garden Office for you, your business and your budget. When you first start searching, normally by throwing the term ‘Garden Office’ into Google, it can be overwhelming. You are inundated with information, pictures, prices, offers and a whole variety of different things that makes choosing an office difficult.

In an attempt to make it a little simpler for you, I’ve broke down some of the features of our Lienne Garden Office

 

EPDM

The icing on top of the cake, we use EPDM to cover your roof. This material has been used on commercial and residential buildings for the last 30 years and is known for its durability and waterproofing qualities. We deliver it to you in one large sheet, giving you an uninterrupted finish that isn’t covered in clout nails like you would find on a shingle or felt finish. We’re so confident in this roofing material that we give you a 10 year guarantee against rain water penetration.

Please note: You need to be aware that there may be bubbles/creases under the material when laid.
Lienne Garden Office EPDF Roofing

Lighting

Lighting is one of the most important features you need to consider when buying a Garden Office.  You may need to work long hours, evenings and weekends which you don’t want to be doing in the dark. Similarly you do not want an overly bright room that can lead to headaches. To save you from paying hidden/extra costs for lighting, we provide our Halogen Spotlights as standard rather than as an optional extra.
Lienne Garden Office Halogen Spotlights

Electrics

In addition to the halogen spotlights, we also give you the electrics you will need to run your business. This includes one double gang socket (two plugs) and a double gang socket with two inbuilt USB ports which should be plenty for plugging in your laptop, stereo, charging your phone or anything else you may need.

Lienne Garden Office Electrics Included

Plasterboard

You want your Garden Office to reflect your business and tell clients ‘I’ve invested in my business and you should too’. To make sure you have a Garden Office that you can be proud of, the interior of your office is covered in uninterrupted plasterboard – we even provide coving and skirting boards to finish off the corners. This attention to details gives your Garden Office the same finish you would expect to find in your own home.

Lienne Garden Office designed as a music room

Double Glazing

Our Garden Offices come with 28mm double glazing (this consists of two panes of 4mm toughened glass separated by a 20mm spacer). The double glazing not only lets in plenty of light and gives you a spectacular view but also offer you better sound and heat insulation so you can work undisturbed.

Lienne Garden Office from Garden House

Insulation

The floors, walls and ceilings of your Garden Office are fully insulated. We use Polyurethane insulation in our Garden Offices. This form of insulation is far superior to cheaper alternatives such as polystyrene or rockwool. It is such a renowned insulator that NASA use it to insulate the external fuel tank of the space shuttle. Whilst, on a more practical note, it is approximately twice as thermally efficient as loft insulation meaning your Garden Office will be warmer when it’s cold and cooler in the heat.

Lienne Garden Office Insulation

Pressure treatment

The slow grown spruce used in our Garden Office is pressure treated. It is pre cut, planed and put into a big tank. This tank applies pressure to force non toxic, copper chrome, arsenic free treatment deep within the timber, protecting it against rot and fungal decay for 10 years without the need to annually treat it – we’re so confident of this that we guarantee it!Lienne Garden Office Pressure Treated

For more technically specific details, including the blueprints, visit our website. If you have any questions, give our sales team a call on 01234 272 445 or feel free to leave them in the comments section below.

September 13, 2016

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