Log cabins are exceptionally versatile and can be turned into worksheds, games rooms, alternative accommodation, home gyms and even home offices.
Given that 37 per cent of people are currently working from home, having some space for a home office is not only practically useful but also can help increase the value of your home.
Here are some tips for making the most out of log cabin kits and making a fantastic home office.
Home offices need a lot of electrical sockets and sources, and whilst running a very long extension cord from your home to your cabin is possible, it is also exceptionally unsafe and not recommended.
Think about what equipment would be in your home office, including your lights, computers, smart devices and other equipment and get in touch with a professional electrician to fit it.
As well as this, run all of your cablings at once. If you are running an electrical cable, it is worth running a network cable as well to improve your internet access.
Your home office is likely to be used every day, so consider laying a path of garden stones from your home all the way to your cabin office. This will keep your lawn from being damaged by constant travelling back and forth.
Your home office needs as much security as your home itself, so remember to fit robust door and window locks, connect it to your home’s existing security system, and even consider more rudimentary security systems such as prickly plants and crunchy gravel to alert you to intruders.
Author - Martin Corby
Posted - 27 Apr 2021
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