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How to turn your conservatory into a home office

Posted by Clare Whitehall on Jan 08, 2018

Many people are considering their work life balance at the start of a new year and working from home is an appealing option, especially if you have family commitments or a long commute.

The latest technology means remote working is easier than ever, but finding space for an office or work station at home can be tricky. Whether you want to spend one day a week working from home, start a freelance career, or you have an amazing idea for a small business start-up, a dedicated work area is vital.

It can be hard to concentrate when you’re trying to work from the dining table, surrounded by family life on all sides. Some people are lucky enough to have a spare bedroom that they can use for an office. But that is then difficult when you have overnight guests and have lost the extra bedroom space.

Work from home in comfort with a conservatory roof conversion

An ideal place to create your home office, that would be spacious and light, is your conservatory. However, traditional conservatories are notoriously difficult to heat in winter and can be too hot or suffer from sun glare in summer. If you don’t solve these problems then it would soon become an uncomfortable workspace.

You can eliminate all these problems and create a perfect home office space with a solid roof conservatory conversion

A conservatory roof conversion turns a conservatory into a proper room with an insulated roof, plastered ceiling and lightweight roof tiles that come in a range of styles and colours to suit your home. The excellent insulation makes the room much easier to heat in winter and to keep cool in summer, removing the need for blinds and eliminating glare. We can even install spotlights in the ceiling. Our conservatory roof conversions meet all building regulations, meaning the conservatory becomes a legal extension to your home.

An ideal home office: a conservatory conversion fits the bill

The benefits of converting your conservatory into an office are many. You can spend your work day overlooking the garden in a light, airy and comfortable space; you won’t be disturbed by other people in the house because you have a dedicated work space; you don’t have to clear your

desk at the end of the day so that people can eat dinner and you can close your door on work so that it doesn’t encroach on your home life. Find out how one of our customers used her conservatory as a work space here

If you would like discuss how a conservatory roof conversion could help you create a home office space, contact us and we will be happy to help.

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