The digital world has really given companies the flexibility to enable employees to work from home. You can keep in touch with all your colleagues and clients by phone and the wide variation of video conferencing platforms. However, when working from home you want to ensure you are just as productive as at the office.
Discover the wonders behind a garden office and how it can support you in working and family life.
Here are 7 reasons why a garden office can create the best working atmosphere during those working hours.
Working from home can mean that you come across a lot more distractions that you want. Having the kids at home playing and wanting your undivided attention can really result in a poor working day for you. A garden office means you can concentrate as soon as you enter the room.
Does the thought of a long commute exhaust you before you get to work? Many people spend around two hours commuting to and from work everyday, making your working day roughly ten hours long. Working from home enables you to get a better work life balance, where you can finish your day and start enjoying your time with family and friends. Also, the cost of petrol and trains fares are rather extortionate, so working from home can really help you in pocketing a little more cash.
Having a garden office that is dedicated to your work, allows you to keep yourself organised. When working in different rooms, such as your bedroom and kitchen you find you are constantly having to move around as these areas tend to be more communal. You can add shelves, cabinets and a desk to a garden office and leave everything as it is, for you to come and continue working the next day.
With a garden office you can separate your working life to your family life all within the same home. Traditionally a working day is somewhat between 8:30 - 5:30, however if you have clients overseas you can easily arrange a meeting with them using the garden office to avoid those distractions.
The majority of garden offices don’t require planning permission, therefore making your purchase easier than ever. However, when investing in a garden office be considerate of your neighbours and ensure that the office doesn’t cause them any issues. You should check with your local council if you have concerns over planning permission.
If you are looking to sell your property and thinking about an outdoor office for your new home, again we suggest taking into account the garden shape, size and your neighbours prior to the purchase. We Buy Any House can buy your home in as little as 3 days, so all you need to worry about is finding the new one!
Investing in a garden office definitely cuts down costs, so you can have a little fun designing your office in a way to suit your working needs. Furthermore, the cost of renting a room or desk, or even extending your house, is far more expensive than getting a garden office.
Working from home has many amazing benefits, but you don’t want to find you are keeping yourself stuck in work and you can’t seem to get away. Therefore, having a garden office can really give you that ability to walk away from work and just spend time with your loved ones.
A garden office is a year-round solution in finding that work-life balance at home. Save money and create yourself that dream office you have always wanted!
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A huge number of our cabins get used as bases for small businesses, or by people who are working from home. Some of them are self-employed freelance workers, and some are working remotely for their employers.
The world of employment is changing. More people are working from home, starting their own businesses or working privately in their spare time. For many people, a garden office is an essential element of this process. So where do you start and how do you design it?
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