Whether you are looking for a small garden office or a large studio The Home Office Company has a building to fit the bill.
The Home Office Company have a distinctive style which sets them apart from their competitors, this is achieved by the use of floor to ceiling glazed panels, a gable roof with feature window in the gable end, and the choice of materials and colours used.
Buildings from The Home Office Company come in a number of sizes; the Series 30 is designed for compact spaces whilst the Series 40 is designed for larger gardens. In addition The Home Office Company has a bespoke design service so the building can be tailored to your specific need and tastes.
The Home Office is built with state of the art technology and quality materials. The wall panels are a sandwich construction of coloured external steel sheeting, phenolic foam insulation and an inner steel sheet coated in a light colour to maximise natural light. The floor to ceiling glazed panels are made from treated hemlock and glazed with self cleaning Pilkington K glass. The opening windows and doors are fitted with insurance quality Chubb locks and the opening window in the gable ends creates useful high level ventilation. Like the wall panels the roof is made from a sandwich of steel and ridged insulation, the roof system incorporates a steel guttering system.
Internally the Home Office has a light and airy feel, the floor has a carpet tile finish as standard which creates the feel of a traditional room. The Home Office has a well specified electrical system which includes a dedicated circuit for computer equipment; there are also sockets for televisions and telephones.
The construction of the Home Office is both thermally efficient and low maintenance, in fact The Home Office Company guarantees the wall panels for 30 years and the timber painted framework for 5 years.
With nine standard colour ways and multiple panel configurations it is not difficult to find a building to meet your needs. Prices start at £12,490 which includes a free consultation, for more information visit The Home Office Company website.
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