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Three ways to keep your garden office warm

by (Alex) last modified Jan 04, 2012 04:14 AM
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by (Alex) last modified Nov 18, 2010

Paul Taunton from The Home Office Company (pictured above) gives us his three top tops for keeping warm while you're shedworking: 1) Keep an eye out for the likes of Pilkington K-glass, one of the toughest and best insulated glazing solutions available 2) Insulated walls, floors and ceilings should be at the top of your shopping list: all-round insulation is a must to keep your garden office usable throughout the year (and also gives superb sound insulation if you have a musician in the family) 3) Don’t think that thick walls are the answer - some of the best insulation materials are less than three inches thick and give the same or better insulation than walls approaching 12 inches in thickness plus you don’t lose masses of floor space ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Thursday posts are sponsored by Atelier garden studios which are sustainable, stylish, flexible, functional and future proofed






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