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Before You Build a Home Office, Consider These 3 Things

Today, many people are choosing to work from home. It is clear that providing yourself with a good home office will ensure you seamlessly go about your work. One of the best office suggestions to build a home office in the garden.

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That way, you can avoid the daily commute while working in the comfort of your home. As you plan for the project, bear in mind the people who will be working from the office and how often it will be in use. Also, know the type of work you are going to do from there.

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Will You Need Permission From The Local Authority?

If you are going to use your home office alone, you do not require any planning permissions. The contrary is true if you will be employing staff and are likely to have several meetings. That’s due to the fact that the office will now be classified under the business category and could be disruptive to the rest of the neighbours.

Apart from the custom home office builders, you will need to involve planners from the local authority. Putting up a new home office building in the garden will have to meet certain specifications as spelled out by the local authorities.

If you are the owner of a listed building, you will have to be given specific consent from the authorities. A home office builder should be able to help you meet all the conditions set by the authorities.

What Type Of Office Layout Do You Want?

The next step after sorting out your issues with planning is to design the office in a way that will be both appealing and practical for everyday work. This is what’s known as the office layout. On your checklist, look at things such as the design, energy, cohesion, noise, amenities, atmosphere, biophilia, and layout.

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Biophilia has to do with how the office relates to the natural elements of the environment around your home. ‘Atmosphere’ has to do with the temperature, light, air quality, and view from your desk.

Think about how great it will be to have a sun-filled office right there in your garden. Whether you have a one bedroom or two bedroom house, you may want to put up an office with expansive windows.

Don’t forget the temperature and air quality, which means connecting the office to your main HVAC system. Also important is the office layout and the amenities installed therein. Factor in noise reduction and you have an office you can be proud of.

Choosing the Right Design

If you are to build a home office in the garden, how is it going to look? No matter which design you choose, know that it will be a major factor in the custom home office cost. You may want to go with the simple prefab and self-assembly kits or choose the bespoke option.

You can also use this on a home office remodel and not just an entirely new project. You may want the office to feature extensive glazing, green roof, and a timber interior.

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With all these suggestions in mind, there is no reason you shouldn’t build a home office from scratch. We work with hotels, resort, public houses, restaurants, cafes, sports facilities, shopping malls, apartment buildings, warehouses, medical centers, retail centers, hospitals, and nursing homes.

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