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Garden Office

Garden Offices are becoming increasingly popular as more people are working from home

2.45 million people in Britain currently run businesses from home, this represents one in 12 of the working population.

Why waste money renting office space and waste time commuting to work when you can work from your own back garden.

When working from home, its important to separate your domestic life from your work, by creating both mental and physical boundaries.  The best way to create a motivating and productive environment is to have a dedicated workspace, an office in the garden is the perfect solution.

We can create your perfect office which can be used all year round, with an electrical package including telephone point, CAT6A data point, TV aerial point, security alarm etc.  Our garden rooms are low maintenance and provide a highly secure environment.

Prices start from £1,200 including vat per square metre (depending on specification, location and size).

This price includes foundations, electrical connection from the consumer unit in the garden room to the consumer unit in your house, heating, LED downlights, flooring, fully plastered, fully insulated with low U-values so you can use it all year round with minimal heating.

Note on Building Control

It is recommended by Building Control that if you use your garden room as an office, it must comply with full building control to ensure sufficient ventilation.

Our buildings are permanent structures which comply to Schedule 2 of the Building Regulations 2010 (Statutory Instrument).

Our garden rooms have highly insulated walls, floors, ceiling, air flow cavities, vapour barriers and breathing membranes. With excellent U-Values our garden rooms will cost you less to heat.

Beware -  other garden rooms on the market are temporary structures and comply only to the Mobile Homes Act.  Many garden room companies claim their products "comply with current building regulations” when they really mean "our buildings do not have to comply with building regulations”.  It is cheaper for a company to build a garden building that does not comply with the current building regulations, but often they cost the same.

Their garden rooms will have minimal insulation and no air flow, this  will result in moisture entering the structure - often reducing the life of the actual structure and damaging internal contents. The building will sweat in the summer months and be uninhabitable during the winter and represent poor value for money.

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