While more people than ever before are working from home, some occupations are almost traditionally WFH, like dressmakers. Our Backyard Pods customer in Burleigh Waters, a beautiful spot on the Gold Coast, wanted a sewing workshop that was separate from the main house yet still connected.
You can see from the construction images how the 4m x 7m Backyard Pod kit was installed very close to the roof of a breezeway to form more of a home extension in this situation. Our customer (and their clients, when visiting the sewing workshop for fittings) can easily go to and from the main house in all weather. Also, the electrical connections for light and power did not have too far to travel, which helps save on costs with an electrician.
This same kind of idea – using a Backyard Pod to make an extension of the main home – is being adopted by many customers. Some homeowners even add extra bedrooms to their home in this way rather than putting an entirely separate structure in the backyard at some distance from the main house.
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