The typical home office is usually tucked away in a corner of the home, such as in a hallway, dining room or spare room. The home office can even find itself in a garage or loft conversion, which do not always offer adequate levels of heating and space to make working conditions pleasant.
There can be many problems associated with the home office, especially where loud and curious young children are involved. Likewise, cabin fever is a real fear for those who work all day at home and then spend their evenings there. Indeed, a change of environment once in a while can be extremely beneficial for physical and mental health of home workers.
Fortunately, for those with a spare £25,000-£30,000 in the bank (or, given the recent economic crisis, under the bed), a garden office can be built to solve most of the aforementioned problems. Although the garden office has been around for quite some time now, its basic designs have evolved considerably over recent years. Indeed, modern garden offices, such as those available from www.roomsoutdoor.co.uk, offer attractive, fully functional and potentially lucrative additions to the home (well, the garden).
Although the cost of a good quality garden office is not at all cheap, their installation at the bottom of a garden can add significant value to the home. Moreover, homeowners who are currently struggling to sell up and move on to larger properties in this depressed market may find that a garden office provides the additional space they require. Furthermore, the garden offices are equipped with solid walls, floors, cladding, electrics and even plumbing, so they provide a peaceful and pleasant environment for home workers. Although the outdoor home office certainly solves a problem or two, homeowners ought to remember that wi-fi signals will not always extend to the bottom of a garden, so construction should be planned carefully.