"The garden office is now fully built, painted and has full electricity fitted to it with sockets and lights. We went with Living Out's Pavillion (5.5 x 4m) and it looks great. Customer service was good, the building service was not great but did the job. It's not quite finished, we are currently looking for smart roof tiles so if you know of any good companies that would be great. More importantly, we have the roof insulated, and the windows and doors are double glazed and the wood is 70mm thick. Even so it does get cold...especially with our current weather! We have been trying to decide on what will be best and cheapest to heat it on the basis that we would work in there for a few hours say 4-5 times a week.Pictured above is the Wall Ceramic Heater which not only does the job quietly but apparently also generates negative ions to give a tropical rain forest feeling. Available from Got2BeGreen.
"A normal electric heater is far too expensive, so we are considering either electric oil filled radiators, or a gas burner or ceramic heaters.. Do you have any advice on these or do you know of a better way?"
Wednesday, December 03, 2008
Art director and designer Bob Sakoui has recently joined the growing ranks of shedworkers, as has his wife who is a fashion stylist and creates dress jewellery. But he has a couple of problems which other shedworkers could perhaps solve:
Posted by alex johnson at 8:41 AM