Designated workspace in the garden

Executive Garden Rooms have recently completed this 4m x 3.1m garden office as a designated workspace for their client who works from home.

Executive Garden Rooms

The customer wanted a garden room design that sits on a concrete slab foundation to avoid foxes and rodents nesting. Executive Garden Rooms are experienced in building off this type of foundation.

The garden office is clad in Cedral weatherboard in a dark brown colour – this isn’t a colour finish we often see, but we think it looks very good. Cedral is a manmade board which retains its colour and needs little ongoing maintenance.

Internally Executive Garden Rooms have the feel of a room in your house and features an oak engineered wood floor.

The garden office is fully wired electrically and features ample power sockets, LED downlights and Cat6a data point so the owner can plugin and start work straight away.

The customer says this about the build:

We have been using the office since Ben left and absolutely love it.  My husband woke up at 4.30am yesterday and instead of trying to get back to sleep he padded down to his office and started work – by 11am he had hit all his targets for the day!

The biggest change for us is that it has effectively created an extra room for us in the flat.  When family recently stayed with us with children, they had the front room entirely to themselves and my husband was able to get away and work instead of the 50 interruptions per day.

Its fair to say that we are 100% delighted with the office.”

– M. Weatherall, London

For more information about Executive Garden Rooms visit their website or give them a call on 01202 874766 to discuss your ideas.

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