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Pent Roof 28mm Log Cabin 322 - Double Door

Pent Roof 28mm Log Cabin 322 - Double Door
Pent Roof 28mm Log Cabin 322 - Double Door Pent Roof 28mm Log Cabin 322 - Double Door

Summary:

This premium quality log cabin is approximately 10'x12' (2.94x3.55m) with 28mm thick wall logs. The price includes double hinged doors with low level glazing and an opening front window. Obscure glass is supplied to provide privacy in the cabin. Roof options include untearable roofing felt and a durable one piece EPDM rubber membrane. Other options include additional opening windows, floor insulation and roof insulation. The floor and roof are attractive and durable tongued and grooved boards. Internal skirting boards are also included. Detailed instructions are supplied for easy DIY self assembly. We offer fitting as a low cost option in many areas. The pictures show what may be achieved using coloured preservative.

Prices fixed until Wednesday 17th January.

Summary:

This premium quality log cabin is approximately 10'x12' (2.94x3.55m) with 28mm thick wall logs. The price includes double hinged doors with low level glazing and an opening front window. Obscure glass is supplied to provide privacy in the cabin. Roof options include untearable roofing felt and a durable one piece EPDM rubber membrane. Other options include additional opening windows, floor insulation and roof insulation. The floor and roof are attractive and durable tongued and grooved boards. Internal skirting boards are also included. Detailed instructions are supplied for easy DIY self assembly. We offer fitting as a low cost option in many areas. The pictures show what may be achieved using coloured preservative.

Prices fixed until Wednesday 17th January.

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  • All timber used in the construction of these log cabins originates from sustainable forests
  • 28mm thick tongued and grooved wall logs
  • Strong 18mm thick tongued and grooved roof boards
  • Strong 18mm thick tongued and grooved floor boards
  • Pressure treated floor joists (lifetime preservative treatment)
  • Pressure treated 45mm x 70mm foundation beams (lifetime preservative treatment)
  • Morticed and tenoned joinery doors and window
  • Superior quality laminated timber doors - less likely to twist or warp, more attractive than finger jointed timber
  • Double hinged doors 1.43m wide x 1.89m high (4'8" x 6'2")
  • Mortice lock with handles and keys
  • 1 front window 0.92m wide x 0.42m high (3'0" x 1'5")
  • Doors and window glazed with obscure glass (no plastic, acrylic, styrene or perspex)
  • Internal skirting boards
  • Timber fascia boards to front, rear and sides
  • Chamferred top wall logs
  • Timber storm battens
  • External cabin size 2.94m deep x 3.55m wide (9'8" x 11'8")
  • Approximate roof size 3.34m deep x 3.75m wide (10'11" x 12'4")
  • Internal cabin size 2.68m deep x 3.29m wide (8'10" x 10'10")
  • Minimum base size 2.74m deep x 3.35m wide (9'0" x 11'0")
  • Front roof canopy projection approximately 0.3m (1'0")
  • Height at the front approximately 2.25m (7'5")
  • Height at the rear approximately 1.95m (6'5")

LOG CABINS - THE BENEFITS: Log cabins are popular for many reasons, especially as a comfortable garden room to sit and relax in but also as a workshop or heavy duty storage shed. On the outside cabins have a chunky look and feel. On the inside, with no internal framework, the clean lines look smarter than the inside of a traditional shed or summerhouse. In addition, the wall logs are thicker than the shiplap cladding used in traditional sheds and summerhouses, which provides better insulation. If you want the option of winter use we recommend floor and roof insulation. Insulation is difficult to fit retrospectively so it needs to be fitted with the cabin. We offer low price insulation packs complete with fixings and instructions. Double glazing also improves the insulation especially if the cabin has a large glazed area. Another significant benefit of log cabins is that you get more wood for your money when compared with a traditional shed or summerhouse or garden office. With no prefabricated wall panels a log cabin requires less factory time.

NORDIC SPRUCE: This log cabin 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.

NATURAL WOOD: First, high grade timber is dried in kilns until it reaches the optimum moisture content, then it is planed smooth and machined into tongued and grooved logs and boards. Next the logs are precisely machined at the ends to ensure a precise fit. Finally, each cabin is carefully packed and wrapped. When you unwrap it the wood is untreated. We recommend treating it only after the cabin has been successfully installed and ideally within a week or two. Treating the logs before fitting may cause the wood to swell up and the logs may not fit together correctly. If you are fitting your cabin in a restricted space where future access will be difficult you can stain the logs during installation by reaching down a few logs at a time as you fit them.

FULLY INTERLOCKING LOG CORNERS: These traditionally made log cabins feature interlocking corner logs. Each wall log is precisely machined and notched out to ensure a strong and weatherproof joint. The first log is laid at the bottom and the rest slot into each other, working upwards one log at a time. No screws or nails are required which makes installation easier and also allows for timber movement. The finished corner assembly is not only immensely strong but also weatherproof and draughtproof. If possible cabins with interlocking logs should be treated after assembly. Treating the logs on site before fitting requires considerable care. If swollen the precision milled joints may not slot together.

CHAMFERRED TOP WALL LOGS: This high specification apex roof log cabin features a subtle quality feature. The top log in each side wall is chamferred to the same angle as the roof slope. This little detail provides much improved insulation and draughtproofing. It also provides a much neater internal appearance and the roof boards are easier to fix. This simple design feature eliminates an obvious cold spot. The benefits of this feature are magnified if roof insulation is specified.

HEAVY DUTY TONGUED AND GROOVED FLOOR: This cabin includes a heavy duty timber floor with 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 the boards must be cut to fit on site. This takes much longer and many of the joins are visible afterwards.

PRESSURE TREATED FLOOR JOISTS: The floor joists are the only timber in direct contact with the ground and they are pressure treated for durability. The joists are laid down on the base first and then the first wall logs are placed on top of the joists. The floor boards are often fitted at the end, after the cabin has been completed. This design ensures that the wall logs and the floor boards are not in contact with the ground. It also allows for ventilation and drainage below the floor and the walls. 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.

STORM BARS: Storm bars are an important quality feature. One obvious benefit is that storm bars help to protect your log cabin from wind damage. In addition, by clamping the logs together storm bars make the joints more weatherproof and reduce any bowing or twisting of the logs. The storm bars are easily fitted at each corner to hold the individual logs together tight. This counters the impact of strong winds. This feature is especially useful if the cabin has a large roof overhang which is exposed to the wind. Many log cabins do not include any storm bars. These timber storm bars feature elongated fixing holes to allow for timber movement. The bolts are easily accessible after installation so they can be tightened or loosened as required to allow for any timber movement.

JOINERY DOORS & WINDOWS: These log cabins feature joinery made door leaves and window sashes with morticed and tenoned joints throughout. This traditional jointing process is commonly used in the housebuilding industry when timber windows and doors are specified. A rebate or mortice is cut out in one piece of wood which precisely matches a tongue or tenon cut in the other piece of wood. Morticed and tenoned joints are the strongest type of joint used in the construction of wooden windows and doors. High quality handles, locks and hinges are also included.

LAMINATED DOORS AND WINDOWS: Laminated wood is an engineered structural timber. Precisely machined small sections of wood are glued together under high pressure with strong waterproof adhesive. After extensive machining the finished piece of timber is barely distinguishable from real wood - it is real wood, but it is stronger and less likely to warp or twist. Doors and windows made with laminated timber are less prone to distortion. This is because one piece of wood can move erratically while many pieces of wood counteract each other. It is rare to find laminated doors and windows specified in a log cabin due to the high production cost. This is an important quality feature because in a log cabin the doors and windows are a vital component which is particularly exposed to the elements. Laminated timber is also kind to the environment because it uses offcuts and creates less waste.

NO FINGER JOINTS: Finger-jointed timber is widely used in log cabin construction. The principle of finger jointed timber is the same as laminated timber, with small pieces of wood joined together. However, finger jointed timber features jagged comb shaped joints which are clearly visible. In addition, the individual pieces of finger jointed wood are free to move independently from each other. Over time gaps may form at the finger joints as the individual pieces of wood separate. Laminated timber is much rarer in log cabin construction and superior in performance and appearance.

SIZES - DEPTH 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 sloping wall. The sizes listed are the external wall sizes. These sizes do not include the roof overhang. Many other suppliers quote the overall roof size which is much larger.

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