Home Office


All Garden office solutions cabins finished to the highest standards. Cabins are handed over completed and ready to use.

5 Day Build Time​

All our cabins are assemble on  and finished onsite within 5 working days. 

No Hidden Costs

All cabins are A rated and include electrical connections and hookup, interior painting, insulation & foundations. 

What is a home office?

A home office is a type of building located in your garden, separate from the main property. It’s insulated, and will usually have power and lighting, so you can carry out different tasks. Home offices vary in size, features and materials, depending on what you intend to use the office for.

What can home offices be used for?

Home offices can be used for a wide variety of purposes – that’s what makes them so appealing! They’re suitable for lots of tasks, including working at a laptop as well as practical activities, or even just reading. They could also be used to meet with clients to discuss work.

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Our insulated home offices are made from high-quality materials, so are sturdy and durable, providing you with the comfort you need to work all day long.

As well as enjoying practical appeal, our home offices look incredibly stylish and modern, and will become a focal point in a garden.

At Garden Office Solutions, we provide turnkey structures that will appeal to a wide range of customers. Offering unrivalled convenience, we provide a five-day build time, so you can start enjoying your home office in no time at all. Plus, with no hidden costs, you’ll know exactly what you’re paying for.

Home Office Features

Home Office FAQ

A home office in the garden is likely to be a selling point if you put your house on the market. Experts reckon it can boost the value of your property by up to 10%.

The price of a home office will depend on the size and features, but you could expect to pay anywhere between £3,000 and £30,000.

With more people working remotely, having a home office that’s separate from the main property is most definitely worthwhile. It gives you extra space to retreat to without having to extend on the house.

The positioning of a home office depends on each individual space, but you can increase the warmth and light that enters the building by locating it facing southwards.

Most home offices will not require planning permission.

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