(Sizes shown are approximate & full sizes are shown in the product Specification)
Approx 6 Weeks
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Internal Eaves Height:
1.94m (6' 4")
2.50m (8' 2")
2.50m (8' 2")
Our log cabins have a specification far better than any competitor. This cabin has a secure 4-point locking system, Larger Purlins for extra roof strength, Wide Opening, Tall Walkthrough Height French Double Doors, and large windows with unique Domestic Hinges and Multi-Point Locking. Unlike competitors, our thick Tongue & Groove floors and Pressure Treated Bearers are included in the price. All this on top of the Premium Features of Spruce timber, Toughened Glass and High Eaves
Our Log Cabins include:
body of panel 2
body of panel 3
body of panel 4
body of panel 5
body of panel 6
body of panel 7
body of panel 8
|1 - 2 Days* *This is an approximate time only, based on 2 people. Assembly time may vary depending on season/weather conditions, foundation type, ability of those constructing, etc|
|External Depth||2.50m (8' 2")|
|2.50m (8' 2")|
|External Width||2.50m (8' 2")|
|Zinc Plated Steel|
|Guarantee||10 Years on Pressure Treated Timber against Rot and Insect Infestation|
|Internal Eaves Height||1.94m (6' 4")|
|Overall Height||2.52m (8' 3")|
|814mm x 814mm|
|Please Note||All fixings needed for assembly are supplied|
|Roof||19mm Tongue and Groove Boards|
|70mm x 70mm|
Q: What is a Log Cabin?
A: A Log Cabin is a garden building constructed using individual lengths of timber (logs), which interlock to form a solid structure. Log Cabins can have numerous uses, such as a garden retreat or garden office, an extra family room, a games room, a music room, a gym … the list is endless.
Our Log Cabins are made from slow-grown spruce, and feature pressure treated bearers, 4mm toughened glass and domestic locking systems.
Q: How big is this Log Cabin?
A: This Log Cabin’s measurements are: W2.50m (8' 2") x D2.50m (8' 2")
Q: How high is this Log Cabin?
A: It is high
Q: How much is this Log Cabin?
A: This product starts from €1370
Q: What base do I need for this Log Cabin?
A: We recommend a flat, level concrete base at least 100mm bigger on each side. e.g. A 4m by 3m building would have a base of 4.2m by 3.2m See more details here.
Q: Where can I visit you? Do you have a store near me?
A: We have showroom in Dublin. Click here to find the nearest one! Please check with us before you visit if you are travelling to see a particular product.
Q: Do I need planning permission for this Log Cabin?
A: Have a look at our planning guide to find out!
Q: How thick are the walls?
A: This Log Cabin is available in: 45mm
Q: What are U-values?
A: U-values tell us about the heat loss properties of the material you are measuring. The lower the number, the better insulated the Log Cabin will be. Find out more here.
We deliver our products anywhere in Ireland. Delivery is free over €299.99.
To ensure the very best quality, we only use slow-grown White Spruce Timber, which is harvested in cold climates to ensure solid, dense log rings. This gives the wood superior strength and longevity, and also a much more consistent colour than the likes of Pine.
Despite the care we take in selecting the very best Timber available, it’s not like predictable brick or cold steel, this natural material has characteristics and quirks unique to every log.
Because our timber logs once fed water and nutrients back and forth from its roots to its leaves, its very nature is to be porous and swell up when it gets wet. Any wooden product will do this throughout its life, but there are a few things you can do to help limit this movement.
1. A great design!
Don’t worry, we’ve got this one covered. We’re experts when it comes to all things timber, so we have designed our products from the ground up with its natural properties in mind.
2. Water Repellent Treatment.
How you customise and decorate your product is up to you, however we would recommend that you use an appropriate water repellent treatment. This really helps minimise the amount of moisture that the timber can absorb. Therefore minimising the risk of any major movement.
(Please note: water repellent treatment is not the same as pressure treatment, which protects against rot and insect infestation, and which we guarantee for 10 Years!)
Keeping your timber building ventilated is no less important than keeping your house well ventilated. This is especially true if you plan to cover up your floorboards with something (double check with an expert, that the material is suitable to do so), as moisture can become trapped between layers of non-breathable materials and build-up, leading to floors becoming rotten.
4. Regular Seasonal Maintenance.
Whether you opt to build your product yourself, or have us do it for you, don’t be afraid to tighten the odd bolt here and there. Your product is a life improving investment, so it’s only right to give it some love and care from time to time. Make sure that it’s properly treated before the rainy months, and you make adjustments to doors and window frames, when needed.
Natural Timber Properties
After building your timber product, this natural construction will begin to ‘settle’. This means that you will likely see some natural timber imperfections appear. These types of natural imperfections can include:
Please be aware that, as these are natural timber properties they are not considered as defects under our Terms & Conditions (for more information, check out our Ts&Cs here). However, in most cases, these imperfections will not impact the integrity or function of your timber product, and/or can easily be rectified. For advice on how to rectify these and for more support, please get in touch with our Customer Services Team on email@example.com.
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