Have you heard about garden offices? This is the latest trend among professionals who work from home. Self-employed individuals and small business owners usually have their own home office where they spend most of their workday. Garden offices are a growing trend because it provides these professionals with a relaxing hobby for their free time while allowing them to create a very pleasant environment to work in. A garden office is the perfect environment for those who want a space that is clearly defined and where they can get some work done without any distractions.
Garden offices are also interesting from a financial point of view. Being able to work from home will help you save a lot on gas and on wear and tear on your vehicle and your home office should pay for itself in less than a year.
Creating a garden office is a lot more affordable than converting a room into an office or than building an extension you can use as a home office. We offer a purchasing process that is entirely transparent so you will know exactly how much your garden office will cost.
There are tax advantages associated with garden offices as well. Your employer might actually agree to purchasing your garden office for you via a method known as ‘Salary Sacrifice’. Your employer will pay for the office upfront and a small amount will be taken from your salary until the loan is paid off. You might be able to offset the cost of your garden office against Corporation Tax. Contact your local authority to find out more about tax advantages.
If you meet with clients in your home office, you will find that this is a great way to make a positive impression. A garden office is a real statement and will help you create the image of a modern business. Your garden office will be designed so that your work space is separated from the rest of your home. Your home life and your work life should be kept separate and this will be reflected in the design of your garden office. We can design the perfect garden office based on your needs. We offer double glazed windows and floor and roof panels with SIP insulation to muffle sounds from your home. You will be able to entirely focus on your work and be in a space that is separated from your home until you are done for the day.
The main downside of working from home is that it might be difficult to get some work done when you are in the same environment where you usually relax. A garden office is an ideal option because it provides you with a separate space and allows you to focus on your work. This is a great choice if you want a peaceful space where you can entirely focus on your work and if you need a clear separation between your work and home life.