The number of people working from home is growing substantially on an annual basis. Itt becomes increasingly acceptable and possible for office duties to be completed in the comfort of your own home. Hence, work from home is more common than ever.
There are many benefits in doing so – such as replacing the stressful, time consuming and costly commute in rush hour traffic with a gentle stroll through your garden at ‘five minutes to nine’.
If you are part of this increasing number of ‘home-workers’ a garden office will provide you with a solution to the many distractions of the family home. It will also help you keep your work and personal life separate.
Editor of Kitchen Garden Magazine, Steve Ott, is one of our customers who recently bought a Dunster House bi-fold log cabin to enjoy doing just that.
“I built it as I work from home most of the time and lacked the space for an office indoors. Also my wife wanted more space for entertaining and as a place to enjoy the garden.”
Also a timber built garden office is a cost effective solution. No need to build an extension or move to a new property for extra living space.
Steve explained that his new office provided an alternative solution for the requirements of working from home and ‘doubles as an office and garden room’.
“I went for the one with bi-fold doors, and it has been great. Easy to build and we use it all the time”.
“It solved a lot of space problems for us relatively cheaply and looks good, too!”
A timber built garden office will complement the natural surroundings of any garden whilst providing a professional work environment that will add value to your property. For more information on our vast range of Log Cabins and garden offices, visit our website.