Oak framed home office kits launched to self-builders to meet growing demand for work at home solutions

Mitre Oak Ltd is launching a range of oak framed Home Offices in kit form to Self-builders. The Kits have been devised in response to increasing demand for dedicated home office space driven by the Pandemic.*

Andrew Christopher, Managing Director and Owner of Mitre Oak Ltd says,

“We recognised a need for a 365 day a year, home office solution, that is flexible enough to be installed quickly but does not compromise on build quality and aesthetics.”

Mitre Oak Ltd Home Office Kits are handmade to order so small modifications to the design are possible. A choice of five different designs presents a range of styles, footprints and prices. Groundwork preparation is minimal with only mini-foundations required and as all five Kits meet permitted development rights, in most cases they will not require planning permission.

Each Kit includes a handmade seasoned oak frame with a planed finish, handmade solid oak door(s) and window frames, Larch cladding and traditional Mortise & Tenon oak pegged joints. The inclusion of five lever insurance approved door locks provides a solid and secure workspace. Insulated panels, glazing, roofing tiles and wiring for electricity are added to complete the build.

The Home Office Kits provide Self-builders with the flexibility to manage as much or as little of the installation as they like, they also have the option to utilise Mitre Oak Ltd’s Team, who can provide a bespoke installation solution to suit their requirements including a Turnkey service.

To find out more about Mitre Oak Ltd’s new oak framed Home Office Kits visit: mitreoak.co.uk/home-office-kits/ or contact us directly to discuss your requirements: 01905 828139, email: info(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)mitreoak.co.uk

*Due to Lockdown number of UK employees working from home increased from 6% prior to the Pandemic to 43% in April 2020 (Source: University of Southampton). 

The Government’s latest advice (23 Sept ’20) advises workers to ‘Work from home wherever possible’.