Have you ever thought of starting your own business? Or are you already your own boss who tries to take a small business to the next level? Of course, it takes a lot of courage to launch a new business, however, courage on its own won’t be enough, as there are some practical aspects of setting up a new business from scratch that need to be taken care of as well. For example, you’ll need to set up a website, buy some office equipment and, of course, find the office itself. For many people setting up an office can be the biggest challenge, as you must create a work environment that would contribute to the newly established company’s growth. If finding appropriate office space for your business is something that you are struggling with, consider setting up a log cabin garden office, to be completely in charge of your work environment, work-life balance and monthly expenses!
Garden office layout
There are various types of log cabin garden offices available on the market – from small single-room log cabins, appropriate for only one person, to spacious multi-room log cabins, appropriate for a small team. Since a log cabin garden office should be considered a long-term investment, before heading to a showroom take your time to decide exactly what type of garden office is necessary for your business. If you are the owner of a business that needs extra space for customers – for example, a hairdresser or a massage therapist, then a medium-sized multi-room log cabin is the perfect choice for you. However, if you already have a small team, then a spacious log cabin with a canopy for the lunch breaks is the one you should look out for.
Insulation and heating
A garden office isn’t a garden building that will only be used during the spring and summer. Therefore, to be able to use it all year round, the timber structure should be insulated, as well as properly heated. When it comes to insulation and heating, it’s something that needs to be decided on when choosing your garden office, as it’s advised to insulate the structure and install a heating system during the assembly. The same applies to power sources and the plumbing system – plan it ahead to create the perfect work environment!
Apart from insulation, heating and the office layout, you should also pay attention if you are choosing a garden office of the highest quality. That includes picking doors, locks, windows and roofing material of the highest quality. This way you’ll invest in a timber structure that’s not only a safe and comfortable office space but also a garden building that you will be able to use for years to come!
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