The housing market remains sluggish and the outlook doesn’t look good for the next few years. Anyone looking to move is in for a long drawn out process that could take all year, maybe longer. No wonder then that more and more people are giving up and making the most of the space that they have already. If they can’t move then it makes sense to improve what they have already.
Increasingly people are working from home for at least part of the week. Office space comes at a premium and modern technology makes a telecommute easy. However, if people are short of space then setting up a dedicated home office can be a problem. Where can they work productively? It’s no good setting up the laptop on the kitchen table.
Garden buildings are a neat solution to this problem. They’re affordable, eco-friendly and don’t need planning permission. Forget the hassle and expense of an extension. The easy way to create extra space is by installing garden offices. Make the most of that outdoor space.
It’s great to have that degree of separation between the office and the main family home. There are fewer distractions. It’s easy to get away from it all, close the door and do a good day’s work without interruption. At the end of the day, just pack up and come back in again. It feels much more like going to work, even if it is only the bottom of the garden. Work without interruption and add a unique feature to the garden.