Since the start of the pandemic, many more of us have been working from home, and for many people, this is the way that it will now be permanently as lots of companies have decided that this is a good option for them, and for employees.
Although many people have wanted to return to the office, for a lot of people, working from home has given them a lot more benefits than office life could offer – the ability to work around family commitments such as children, as well as no more dreaded commute!
However, if you are going to be working from home permanently, it is a good idea to make sure that you have a dedicated office space – no more working at the kitchen table! Having a space where you can just get on with work is important as you need to be free from distractions and be able to close the door on it at the end of the day.
Most people don’t tend to have a room just going spare in their house however – but why not build a garden office? It has the benefit of being separate from the rest of the house which will give you more peace and quiet to work as well.
If you are picturing a cold and draughty shed at the end of the garden – you couldn’t be further from the reality! A garden office can be heated with something modern like this Underfloor Heating Gloucestershire flooring company, and when inside you will have access to all the mod cons of a normal office, with a view out to the garden!