Due to Covid and the need to work from home there will have been a huge increase in those having to create a home office. I work from home regularly as it is so have a dedicated office but for those not use to this it could be an issue.
Extending your home is an expensive option but if you have the space outside maybe you should look at adding a garden room. Outdoor areas are often overlooked but a garden room could add that much needed extra living space. Garden Rooms UK have a great range for you to look at.
A garden room could easily be used as a home office but also adapt to a great chill out zone for the kids too. A home cinema or bar, somewhere to switch off after a day at work. With pubs etc being closed at the moment the closest we can get is a drink at home. Why not create your own bar – you can bet once people are allowed to visit again you will be first port of call!
You don’t need planning permission for garden rooms as they are external structures, similar to sheds etc. As such they require minimal ground work before installing. When a home extension is created they need to dig foundations. This of course means the time it takes to install the garden room is quicker too.
All good garden rooms can be made to your own specifications. Hosting everything you need, so outdoor plumbing, electricity, soundproofing etc. These can all be designed into the building before being placed in situ.
A garden room can be used all year round and is specifically made to hold the heat in winter and stay cool in summer.
Do you have a garden room? How do you use yours?
For those who prefer a more traditional home-like experience when on vacation, a timeshare can make sense. If you’ve gotten many years of good use out of your timeshare and now want to get rid of it, a timeshare cancellation company like Timeshare Freedom Group or Lonestar transfer may be able to help.