Many people who are starting a new business or who are self employed, or who are freelance professionals are choosing to have an area dedicated to their profession in their gardens! By installing a garden office in their own garden, they have an easily accessible and clearly defined space to work.
- save on the cost of high office rentals
- save in petrol costs travelling to an office
- save on parking fees in cities and tonws
- save on the costs of extending your home or convert your loft.
- improve the value of your house in some situations
- define your ‘working’ space
- some employers choosing to purchase your garden office for you via ‘Salary Sacrifice’.
- In some cases you can offset your garden office against Corporation Tax,
Case Study: Mike Grayson retired and started a small garden furniture maintenance business. He wanted somewhere he could work from home but he needed some space to carry out his repairstherefore, we created this garden office combined with a workshop.