If nothing else the recent covid-19 pandemic has given workers and employers the opportunity to look at how we in the UK actually work day to day. Maybe this is the beginning of the end for the daily commute into the office to sit in a stuffy office for 8 to 10 hrs a day. Maybe the pandemic has given more opportunities to the UK workforce to begin to re-think how we go to work.

Many of the office space available is becoming old and outdated. Workers demand change!

There has been a massive shift in the amount of people working from home, so garden offices are a big selling point and can add value to your home loan. Many major employers have actually decided to give up their carbon emitting office blocks and give their employees the option to work from home. We spoke to many local businesses from florist’s, café, restaurants, architects, surveyors and mortgage brokers. They all agreed that working from home would certainly be better for employers, workers and the environment.

Being able to work from home is so much easier and as a workforce we are so much more efficient

Having a garden office sure does make sense for so many reasons. For those without the space to spare in their homes, a garden office can be the only way to create a productive office area. Having a nice, comfortable room to work from, allows the worker to be more efficient than if they were to make the daily commute in to the office. Many bad credit mortgage that are arranged via garden offices are designed for people with a bad credit score and the person may have used a mortgage payment calculator. Along with many deals and transactions are made efficiently and effectively as a result of the worker being able to work from the garden office.

The cost of a garden office can vary but if you’re looking to add value to your home without having to spend a fortune, this is a great option.

Many of the garden offices available can be bought off the shelf, but if you are looking for something a bit more bespoke then there are companies that specialise in the design, build and install of the garden office. You may expect to pay anything from £5,000 to £20,000 for a small garden office. Prices for a medium to large sized garden office will be anything from £12,000 upwards, depending upon the quality of the build and bespoke features. It is always prudent to talk to the design team in regards to the specific requirements for your building.

Garden offices are a simple and effective way to increase the value of your home.

Making the decision to invest in a garden office needs to be considered very carefully. Having a first time buyer mortgages is one thing but setting up a home office from your garden is another especially if you used a mortgage loan to fund the garden office. Things need to be looked at in great detail. However, the sky really is the limit for an insulated and double-glazed garden buildings, which is why it’s important to do lots of research within the market and carefully view off the shelf buildings before buying.

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