Working from home is now quite common. With this rise in remote work, more and more homeowners are looking for ways to turn their homes into fully-fledged offices both in terms of functionality and comfort.
Here are two gadgets that can help you not only work in perfect comfort but also improve productivity and ensure that your workflow is not disrupted.
The air you breathe while working is going to have a direct impact on your health, comfort, and subsequently, the quality of your work. So, if you happen to be working from a room that is too humid, such as the basement, the moisture in the air as well as the musky smell may keep you from focusing on your work.
By having a dehumidifier in your home office, you can control the quality of the air and make it as crisp as you’d like. This way you don’t have to bear through musky odors throughout your workday and can sit comfortably for hours on end. Controlling air humidity is also very important when it comes to your health. There are plenty of health risks that come with breathing in humid air for countless hours.
Get a dehumidifier and take control of the air quality in your home office. You will notice just how much more comfortable it is working from home once the air around you is clean.
Mobile Signal Booster
While most of our communication is done through the internet these days, phones are by no means useless. Many important deals, work-related conversations, and other crucial calls are made via mobile phone. At the office, you generally don’t have a problem making calls through the office phones as they are hooked up to be as stable as possible. This may not always be possible at home, however.
There are many factors that can contribute to unstable mobile signals. For example, living too far from the nearest mobile signal tower could be the cause of poor reception. You may also be working from the basement where the cell signal is weaker as it can’t travel through the thick walls and ceiling.
One way or another, whatever the cause of your poor cell phone coverage, a mobile signal booster should do the trick. Installing one in your home office will give you a boost in mobile connection, giving you a stable signal throughout your home, even in the deepest corner of the basement.
The mobile booster receives weak cell signals, amplifies them, and spreads them throughout the house, so any device in the vicinity receives stable coverage. This way you don’t have to run around your home trying to find the room with the best cell signal during an important business call.
Make and take calls anywhere in your home without having to worry about losing connection. This will surely improve your productivity as you won’t have to waste time trying to find the most optimal location to make calls.
- About the Author
Alex Grigoryan is a Professional Home Improvement and Lifestyle Writer. He has been in the industry for over 6 years and has been writing for Chique Home Living since 2019. His work has been featured in prestigious blogs such as Spruce Home, Better Homes & Garden, and more.