This page lists the articles on Super Tiny Homes which relate to backyard office sheds, from our launch in January 2019 to present:
Screw Pile Foundations For Tiny Houses And Backyard Offices
Published: 21 March 2019
Screw pile foundations are great for small DIY projects, but can they also be used in your tiny home or backyard office build (whilst also saving you money)?
26 Pros And Cons Of Working In A Backyard Office Shed
Published: 12 February 2019
Having your own dedicated workspace in your backyard is a dream to some people, but whilst it has advantages, there are also flaws which you need to know about.
Is It Possible To Have A Backyard Office Shed With A Toilet?
Published: 08 February 2019
Having a toilet inside your backyard office would be much more convenient than heading back to your house regularly, but it is feasible to install and maintain?
What You Need To Know When Insulating Your Tiny Build
Published: 06 February 2019
Ensuring that your tiny build contains a good level of insulation in all areas is paramount, as we explore in our guide which covers the floor, walls and roof.
What Direction Should My Backyard Office Shed Face?
Published: 30 January 2019
Before deciding to face your backyard office north, south, west or east, be sure to consider exactly how this will affect your office throughout the day.
Backyard Office Sheds With No Electric, Water Nor Drainage
Published: 27 January 2019
If you are unable to run any utilities to your backyard office, or you are working from a friend's garage (with no construction permission), what can you do? We explore your options.
Step By Step Illustrated Guide: Building A Backyard Office
Published: 18 January 2019
A detailed step by step guide with lots of photos, descriptions and diagrams, showing exactly how you can build a DIY backyard office shed at every stage.
How Much Will A Custom Backyard Office Cost (Materials & Labor)?
Published: 11 January 2019
We take a look at the exact cost you can expect to pay for your custom backyard office project cost you, both for materials and labor (if you’re not DIYing).