Mention the topic of telecommuting, and you're likely to experience a heated discussion. On the one side, people state it's wonderful, you have no car drive required, no watching the clock, no purposeless group meetings, no boring small-talk. On the other side of the argument, others say they simply couldn't find the self-control that's crucial to work at home. They'd be a little bit disinclined to send any customers to their house. The youngsters, when they are home, are just too noisy. There's simply too many distractions to even begin the working day. Finally, the office is wonderful simply because they wish to get away from home life.
Now there's an option for these naysayers : the garden room. Garden rooms are constructed in your garden, not adjoining your home. A garden studio offers a chance to get business done in a calm, creative surrounding, with the natural garden viewable from your office windows, and a serene venue to hold get togethers.
The fact that the studio is isolated from your house is a crucial one. It gives you a chance to break away from home life to business life. Using technology like the internet and VOIP, you can also very easily obtain your own telephone number only for the garden office.
Consider other plus points of a garden office:-
- They're environmentally friendly : the travel from home to garden studio uses only human footprints, not carbon ones
- You can conduct business at anytime. Creative juices don't mechanically flow from nine to five, so if you have a new plan, or only need to complete a project ahead of time, step into the garden studio
- It's a soothing, bright, natural surrounding. No sick building syndrome here. No glaring light strips, grey partitions and cubicles
Garden studios can pay for themselves in just a few years, and loan repayments for a garden office are often comparable, or less than, office rental costs.