Get A New Home Office
Now is not normally the time people think about buying sheds. That’s often associated with construction, which is more of a spring and summer thing. That doesn’t mean you can get one at any time you like and right now, it might be the perfect time. Why? Cache Valley Sheds has been seeing a lot of people who find them really useful as a home office. There are several reasons why now is a good time for that.
1. End of Year Tax Write-Off
If you work out of a home office, there are many situations in which anything you do from that home office can be used as a tax write-off. Given all the difficulties we’ve had with working around Covid-19 this year, a little something extra you can knock off your taxes might just be the thing you’re looking for. Speaking of . . .
2. Covid-19 Isn’t Going Anywhere
I keep hearing everybody say how they’re looking forward to the end of 2020. The start of the new year isn’t some magical reset button, though. The problems of 2020 are going to continue into 2021 and that includes the outbreak. Some officials estimate that the outbreak could continue all the way into 2022. If it does, you might be working from home for quite a while. If so, you need your own space so you can focus on your work; a place where kids and other distractions around the house won’t bother you. A shed can provide that for you. With insulation add-ons and electricity run to it, you can even make use of it during the winter months.
3. A Good Investment
Having a shed can add a little extra value to your home. As a multi-purpose building, it can serve many functions beyond the obvious. In addition to being a home office, it could also be a playroom for kids, letting you get them out of the house while you focus on your work. You could use it as a spare room for guests who come to visit. You could even use it for what most people think of when they think of sheds: for storage. Clear extra space in your house by moving things you don’t use regularly into it.
Buy, Don’t Build
Most people think of getting a shed as a construction project, but you don’t actually have to build a shed. There are many outlets, like Cache Valley Sheds, that sell pre-built sheds. If you’ve got a place where you can poor out some cement to make a flat pad for it, they can haul it in and install it in a single day. You won’t have to spend days putting it together, working out in the cold and the snow. It saves time and money and lets you get to using it much faster. And if you’re looking to have it as an end-of-year tax write-off, that means even getting it now leaves you enough time to get it up and ready to go before the end of the month.
Additionally, demand for sheds will be low because most people won’t be looking to buy one. You can find clearance prices on top of that to make the cost even lower. For all the great use you can get out of it, the expense is well worth it. If that’s what you’re looking for, now might just be the perfect time for it.