Struggling with a work-life balance? Many people choose to work from home not just due to covid-19 but also the advancements of technology and the ability to avoid long commuter hours. However, the ability to submerge yourself into work can be difficult in our homes with countless distractions vying for our attention.
The solution? A garden room home office by Barna Buildings. Create a personalised space with the distinguished work-life balance you are craving. We work with our clients to create a place for you to be your most productive. Studies show productivity while working remotely from home is better than working in an office setting. Did you know that on average, those who work from home spend 10 minutes less a day being unproductive, work one more day a week, and are 47% more productive? These reasons are why most companies are now embracing their employees working remotely. It also helps companies with their employee’s wellbeing as it means it is easier for you to switch off. You just turn off the lights, lock the door and walk back home.
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The mere action of turning the key and walking the short distance back into the house signals to our brains that we are switching off from work and getting back into home life. A garden room as a home office is the perfect solution for working from home. A designated space, designed to your unique needs. With expertly designed rooms for you and your space, we offer strategic location of doors and windows to optimise both sunlight and your work environment, ensuring it is ergonomically suitable.
Reasons to Skip the Commute
We spend countless hours sitting in rush-hour traffic, waiting for buses and taxis. We rise early to dodge the congested roads. In true Irish fashion, we spend hours cycling and walking in the rain. Cutting the stresses of commuting helps your quality of life and as a result relationships with your loved ones.
What’s more working from home cuts the cost of expensive takeaway coffee and pre-made lunches from shops. Costs on travel and food adds up very quickly. Long term a Garden office is far more financially beneficial, as it adds to the value of your home by increasing your square footage and offers more attractive benefits to your house.
Great for your mental health
Nature offers an amazing ability to calm the mind. This in turn offers reduced stress, anxiety and raises feelings of self-worth since you are actively getting things done. Working in this environment gives you the opportunity to experience a tranquil, calming work environment.
If you are considering a garden room as a home office, do not hesitate to get in touch:
Tel: 01 295 9677 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.