Growing interest in Garden Rooms as a solution to working from home

The company has seen a spike in enquiries from people looking for a separate home office

19th April, 2020
John Sherry of Garden Rooms says having a Garden Room as a home office allows people to separate their home and work lives

Working from home, or WFH as it is increasingly known, has suddenly become the reality for millions of people around the world thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. After this extraordinary experience, the practice may well become the new norm for many of us.

At the time of print, Garden Rooms, a leading supplier of home offices throughout the country, is – while abiding by all government restrictions – still constructing its Garden Rooms.

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