COVID 19 UPDATE... Regretfully, all of our shed manufacturers have decided that with effect 5pm 27th March 2020 that they will be closing their operations until (in principle) 13th April 2020. The Covid-19 crisis and subsequent Government directives has made it impossible for them to operate safely on a longer term basis. Our and their employee Health and safety is paramount. We will contact you as soon as the situation changes, and enables us to continue with delivering orders. We will continue to accept online orders and will answer any questions that you might have via email. Any current orders will remain on hold and we will provide updates to delivery schedules as and when we can. We apologise for any disruption this may cause our customers. We wish you well, keep safe. We're sure we will all come through this crisis together given time.
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Can I Run A Business From My Shed?

 
For some, garden sheds are much more than a place to store gardening equipment. They’re a place to escape from the stresses of everyday life and perhaps indulge a hobby or pastime. They’re also an entrepreneurial hotbed. It is estimated that garden-based businesses contributed £6.1bn to UK GDP in 2012, with more than 80,000 workers now based in garden sheds and outbuildings. Their average turnover was £76,449. If you want to number among them browse our extensive range today and pick out your new office.    
 

A Home Away From Home

Shed-based businesses aren’t a new thing, but the technological revolution and an increase in people wanting to run their own business from home has seen a return to pre-industrial revolution cottage industry working culture. A diverse range of professionals are now running businesses from their sheds, from jewellery designers to boutique bed and breakfasts.
 
Shed working enables a clearer line of demarcation between where you live and where you work which is psychologically preferable to working at home. It’s a great way to prevent those you live with from invading your work space, and means that your spare room can remain just that. A garden office can add value to your property and is far cheaper than buying a house with an extra room. See yours as a place to shut the world out and come up with ideas.     
 

21st Century Living

Shed-based businesses might date back to pre-industrial revolution, but that doesn’t mean that you have to do without mod-cons. Sheds can be insulated and boarded throughout and power can be connected to the building allowing you to wire up sockets and lights and operate a heater, fan, kettle and toaster. Wi-Fi can be picked up from your house and you can use your mobile to avoid having a landline fitted.
 
To find your new office, browse our extensive range of sheds, cabins and summer houses today.