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by noreply@blogger.com (Alex) last modified Jan 04, 2012 04:16 AM
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by noreply@blogger.com (Alex) last modified Oct 18, 2010

Some garden office suppliers point out that garden offices can be relocated relatively easily, but to be honest we've never heard of that happening. Which is why we were interested to hear about Heidi and Klaus's experience (we covered their thoughts about a second garden office earlier this year). For their previous home they had bought a garden office which was built by a specialist garden office supplier but this time they were confident enough to go down the selfbuild route using a kit from Dunster House . They put it in place, partially built it, treated it and then... decided to move it further down the garden, as pictured above. Here's what Heidi says: "Our neighbours started this off by expressing some “deep concerns regarding their Georgian view” – a little odd considering we back onto a 80s housing estate and 70s school, but we know what they mean. However that made us think about moving it to the back more seriously. We’d avoided it because there was a huge mound of earth at the end which needed levelling and we couldn’t face it. But having the office where it currently is does cut off much of the garden and make it seem much smaller. So change of plan, agree with neighbours, let's move it." You can read the rest of what happened (don't worry there's a happy ending) at their blog here and how mybuilder.com helped them. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Monday posts are sponsored by garden2office, the Swedish garden office specialists. Click here for more details .




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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