Working outdoors for a living
With working at home looking likely to remain a familiar part of the working week for many people across the United Kingdom, make-shift home offices and using kitchen tables for desks is no longer a long term solution. Homeowners are searching for more sustainable alternatives.
When space is at a premium indoors, there is an opportunity to look towards the garden and to find new ways to breathe life into an unloved summer house or sizeable garden shed.
The market for small outdoor buildings is experiencing a growing demand at the moment, as what was once a way to add more living and storage space to a home is now becoming a pragmatic necessity as we alter the way we use our homes in the wake of the pandemic. One London-based garden home office supplier, reported in the Evening Standard, has seen a 40% surge in commissions during 2020, and there is growing interest in small modular buildings such as pods.
With clever systems and a wealth of technical expertise available to homeowners there is scope for so much more than the conversion of an unloved potting shed. Systems such as Cedral Click, our flush-fitting tongue and groove weatherboard, provides an aesthetically pleasing finish, whilst protecting a building from the harshest of winter weather conditions, allowing for a full refurbishment and repurposing of garden buildings.
Cedral Click is fitted vertically or horizontally to an existing wall, creating a contemporary flat finish, and can be installed quickly and efficiently by one of our specialist Cedral Select Installers. The system is available in 11 standard colours so is designed to blend in or to enhance its surroundings.
To find out more, visit our website for inspiration: https://www.cedral.world/en-gb/cladding/our-products/cedral-click/