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Garden Office Week – Gembuild Garden Offices

Infographic – what makes a great garden office?

Work from Home Wisdom - Garden Office Week - Gembuild infographicBuying a garden office is an aspiration of many people who work from home, as it takes away many of the challenges of home working – being distracted by family and housework, not having a space devoted to work, and being in too close a proximity to the kitchen to name just a few.

Plus if you choose carefully it’s an attractive addition to your garden and may add value to your property. It’s a considerable investment, and one that you’ll want to last for a long time, so it’s vital you understand from the outset exactly what you’re getting for your money.

As well as getting the size and design right to fit into the available space, it’s wise to have some knowledge of how a garden office is put together. Then you can compare the quality of different builds and what you’re getting for your hard-earned cash.

To give you a flying start to your project, Gembuild Garden Offices have produced this colourful infographic outlining the components of a garden office and how the specifications may vary. So you can look at different designs and make an informed choice that’s right for your garden and your pocket.

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  1. Graham says:

    I have checked specifications with a few different suppliers and I found it particularly interesting how correct this Infographic is! In some cases specifications were very poor but the price was still high. Make sure to check before purchase.

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