Our range of garden log cabins have been developed and updated as a result of customer requirements and feedback over many years. Although our prices are cheap and often discounted, this has not in any way compromised the quality and value that we offer. Better value timber and hardware results in our manufacturer producing a great product at a great price - it's simple !
Within each size and design you have a choice of varying log sizes from 34mm through to the impressive and sturdy 68mm with double grooved interlock joins.
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In most cases your new garden building will not need planning permission but there are cases where this will apply. It is worthwhile carrying out a little research before you start work on your project. The government provide a web based guide called Planning Portal. This also gives information on Building regulations.
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Our most widely chosen wall log thickness is 44mm. All our cabins in this size come with double glazing as standard, you can view all our wood cabins for sale showing you all the options available on this page. Note - most cabins that fall outside the planning requirement to be under 2.5m high can be manufactured with a ridge height of 2.5m - please call for details
With 10 (+) years of experience selling and installing interlocking wooden cabins we have produced a comprehensive set of documents providing useful tips and advise to those that want to install a cabin - and there is no reason not to with just a modicum of DIY ability, most will find installation a breeze. Take a look at our knowledge base for answers to the most asked questions
Garden Log Cabins Base Preparation for Log Cabins and Garden Offices A well prepared, level base is required to ensure a long lasting installation. A variety of materials can create a solid base, such as, concrete, railway sleepers, or paving slabs positioned on hardcore. Buildings should always have a base as large as the floor […]Read More...