19mm Hexagonal Log Cabin 919 - Double Doors, Georgian, Felt Tiles

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19mm Hexagonal Log Cabin 919 - Double Doors, Georgian, Felt Tiles
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This premium quality hexagonal log cabin is approximately 12'5"x10'9" (3.78x3.27m) and features 19mm thick wall logs. The price includes double hinged doors and five opening windows with Georgian style glazing to provide a panoramic view. The floor and roof are attractive and durable tongued and grooved boards. Decorative felt tiles are included as standard. Popular options include floor and roof insulation. Detailed fitting instructions are supplied for DIY self assembly. Low cost installation is available in many areas.

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  • All timber used in the construction of this log cabin originates from sustainable forests
  • 19mm thick tongued and grooved wall logs
  • Morticed and tenoned joinery doors and windows
  • Georgian style glazing with arched heads
  • Doors and windows glazed with annealed glass (no plastic, acrylic, styrene or perspex)
  • Double hinged doors approximately 5'10" wide x 6'1" high (1.78m x 1.86m)
  • Mortice lock with handles and keys
  • 5 double opening windows approximately 5'10" wide x 4'9" high (1.78m x 1.46m)
  • Decorative mineral felt tiles included in a choice of colours
  • Prefabricated roof panels makes installation quicker and easier
  • 18mm thick tongued and grooved roof boards (finished size after machining)
  • 20mm thick tongued and grooved floor boards (finished size after machining)
  • External cabin size 12'5" wide x 10'9" deep (3.78m x 3.27m)
  • Internal room size 12'3" wide x 10'7" deep (3.74m x 3.23m)
  • Minimum base size 12'5" wide x 10'9" deep (3.78m x 3.27m)
  • Eaves height approximately 6'8" (2.03m)
  • Ridge height approximately 10'8" (3.24m)

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, which 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. Where available, 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 production time.

SCANDINAVIAN REDWOOD OR WHITEWOOD: The most widely used timber in the UK for years, Scandinavian Redwood and Whitewood grow in the well managed forests of Scandinavia and the coldest parts of Northern Europe. The cold climate ensures slow growth. The growth rings are much closer together than faster growing trees from warmer climates. As a result the timber is heavy and durable with a close grain pattern. The wood is seasoned and kiln dried to achieve the correct moisture content before it is machined. Redwood and Whitewood are so similar in appearance and performance that it is difficult to tell the difference. Both are classified as slightly durable and treatment is required for outside use. The forests of Scandinavia and Northern Europe have been responsibly managed on a sustainable basis for centuries so Scandinavian Redwood or Whitewood 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.

DECORATIVE FELT TILES: Mineral coated bitumen felt tiles are an attractive and durable roofing material which is far more hardwearing than standard roofing felt. Traditionally used for small buildings only in the UK, felt tiles are used much more in Scandinavia and North America where they are used widely in general housebuilding. The sophisticated design features a strip of almost dry bitumen adhesive. Over time each tile sticks to the tile below for improved waterproofing and windproofing. All fixings are covered by the next row of felt tiles, partly to ensure a neat appearance with concealed fixings but mainly to protect the fixing holes from any possible moisture. Mineral felt tiles are made using asphalt with a bitumen binder and an external covering of durable and attractive natural stone chips. Mineral felt tiles are often described as felt shingles because the design resembles traditional cedar shingles.

HEXAGONAL BUILDING SIZES: For ease of reference these hexagonal log cabins are measured as a rectangle. The first dimension listed is the overall width from side to side and the second dimension is the depth from front to back. The overall width is measured at the widest point from corner to corner. The depth is measured at the narrowest point from wall centre to wall centre. Sizes are sometimes rounded to the nearest nominal size for ease of reading but the correct external wall sizes are listed alongside the price. These sizes do not include the roof overhang. Many other suppliers quote the overall roof size which is much larger. All sizes are approximate.

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