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- All timber used in the construction of this log cabin originates from sustainable forests
- Partition to create an integral storage shed
- 28mm or 45mm thick tongued and grooved wall logs (finished size after machining)
- Unique patented wall jointing system with aluminium connectors concealed by timber cover trims
- Easy assembly of the wall logs with no nails or screws, which also allows for timber movement
- As with most log cabins, the roof is supplied unassembled with the rafters and roof boards cut to the correct sizes and angles
- These gazebos are untreated as standard - the pictures show the optional preservative treatments available
- Fully boarded single hinged door
- Morticed and tenoned joinery door
- High security mortice lock and lever handles in a chrome or brass finish
- Durable aluminium door threshold
- 28mm gazebos feature pressure treated ex 3"x2" foundation beams (finished size 45mm x70mm)
- 45mm gazebos feature pressure treated ex 3"x3" foundation beams (finished size 70mm x70mm)
- Substantial tongued and grooved timber floor boards in the storage shed
- Strong 19mm thick tongued and grooved roof boards (finished size after machining)
- 3 strong 120mm x 120mm posts with angled braces
- Durable and low maintenance one piece EPDM rubber roof surface with drainage outlet and downpipe
- Substantial timber fascia boards to front, rear and sides
- Door width 2'6" (770mm)
- Door height 5'11" (1800mm)
- Half boarded end wall 5'11" deep (1800mm)
- Storage shed approximately 6' deep x 6' wide (1.8x1.8m)
- Canopy approximately 10' deep x 8' wide (3.0x2.4m) on 10'x14' gazebos
- Canopy approximately 10' deep x 10' wide (3.0x3.0m) on 10'x16' gazebos
- Canopy approximately 10' deep x 12' wide (3.0x3.6m) on 10'x18' gazebos
- Eaves height 7'1" (2150mm)
- Ridge height 8'0" (2450mm)
- External roof overhang 7" to all sides (180mm)
- This building is easy to deliver if access is restricted - all sections will pass through a normal single door
UNIQUE LOG CORNER ASSEMBLY: This quality garden room features a unique corner assembly system, which is both attractive and strong and combines the benefits of a log cabin with a conventional summerhouse. Each wall log slots into full length aluminium connector poles. The first log is laid at the bottom and the rest slot into each other, working upwards one log at a time. The aluminium is not visible inside and concealed outside by timber cover trims. The logs and the aluminium connectors are precision milled to ensure a neat fit. No screws or nails are required which makes installation easier and also allows for timber movement. The finished corner assembly is strong, weatherproof and draughtproof.
NORDIC SPRUCE: This building is manufactured from 100% Nordic Spruce, the best quality timber used in log cabin construction. Nordic Spruce is grown primarily in the well managed forests of Scandinavia, Siberia and the coldest parts of Northern Europe. The cold climate ensures slow growth. The growth rings are much closer together than trees grown in warmer climates. As a result the timber is heavy and durable with a dense grain pattern. These forests are expertly managed on a sustainable basis so Nordic Spruce is an enviromentally friendly choice.
HEAVY DUTY TONGUED AND GROOVED FLOOR: The timber floor kit features tongued and grooved floor boards and substantial floor joists. Skirting boards are also included to ensure a neat internal finish. The floor joists and tongued and grooved boards are supplied loose for fast assembly on site. Unlike many log cabin floor kits all timber is cut to size which saves time during installation. It also ensures that there are no visible joins in the finished floor. The floor is assembled quickly with no visible joints. With some cheaper cabins only the joists are cut to size and the boards must be cut in on site. This takes much longer and many of the joins are visible afterwards.
PRESSURE TREATED FOUNDATION BEAMS: Substantial foundation beams are laid on the base to support the walls. This ensures that the wall logs are not in contact with the ground. The foundation beams are pressure treated for durability. Pressure treatment is a lifetime preservative treatment. The preservative is forced into the timber under pressure in a vacuum and penetrates below the surface. All other treatments apply a coat of stain to the surface of the timber only. With pressure impregnated timber, the chemicals are permanently fixed in the wood. Tanalith E is the most popular preservative used so pressure treated wood is often described as tanalised. With the foundation beams this log cabin can be built without a floor if required.
ONE PIECE EPDM ROOF: A tough EPDM rubber membrane is made in one piece to the size of your roof with no joins. It is easily fitted within a few minutes at normal temperatures with no heat required. EPDM rubber is completely inert, UV stable and not affected by extreme temperatures. It never perishes and it will not rot, split, crack or degrade. EPDM rubber lasts for years with little or no maintenance. It has been widely used in flat roofing for over 40 years from Alaska to the Middle East. It is increasingly popular in the UK where it is widely used for re-roofing flat roof garages and extensions. Even in extreme weather conditions EPDM rubber remains flexible and it will stretch to absorb any movement as a timber roof expands and contracts with the seasons.
SIZES - LENGTH AND WIDTH: The sizes are listed alongside the price. The first dimension listed is the depth and the second dimension is the width. The depth refers to the sides. The width refers to the fully boarded rear wall. All sizes quoted are the external gazebo sizes and do not include any roof overhang, unless stated otherwise. Many other suppliers quote the overall roof size which is much larger.