As more people are choosing to work from home, the demand for a space to separate working life from the home is increasing. A garden office provides a dedicated place for working from home, it gives a modern working environment that eliminates the need for commuting, but best of all it reduces distractions caused by working at home. From entrepreneurs to freelancers and employees, garden offices can be tailored specifically to any working needs.
Whether a large space is needed for a small business with multiple employees, or a small single studio for a budding entrepreneur, a garden office can be customised to suit any working environment. They come fully insulated with windows, doors and electrical supply, making them an ideal space that can be used throughout the year.
The internal layouts can be designed to fit with all working style. Separate kitchen and toilet areas can be installed as well, providing a complete self-contained outdoor building.
Choose from our range of garden offices constructed from either composite or timber. Both options are perfect to use for garden buildings as they are fully insulated and secure, so they can be used at all times of the year.
Timber is a great way to create a more traditional garden building look. It is solid, durable material that can be designed to complement the surrounding area. The timber is treated for a longer lasting finish and only requires cleaning and staining to maintain its fresh look. The hardwearing features of timber means that it can withstand harsh weather conditions and can provide a warm, fully insulated place to work from at any time.
Garden offices made from composite has the natural look and feel of wood with the added benefits of it being splinter-free and low maintenance. Composite wood is made from a polymer construction, giving the material added strength and durability that is waterproof and does not require painting or staining like timber. Instead, the building only needs an occasional clean when needed.
It’s always best to consider planning and building regulations when installing a garden room, they mostly are under as permitted developments if they’re in the back garden, but it’s always best to check. Placing the building at the front of a property will often need planning permission.
The ground conditions and access routes also need to be considered before installing, especially during harsher weather conditions. The drainage patterns, access to utilities and the distance from the property should be thought out beforehand. Trees in the garden can be used to frame or shade the building, however it is worth considering that they may cause a build-up of leaves and debris on the garden room and this will need to be cleaned regularly.
The range of garden rooms
We supply both composite and timber garden buildings, both are ideal to use as garden rooms that can be enjoyed all year round. They come fully insulated with lots of designs and colours to suit any outdoor living space.