Double Glazing Log Cabins
Log Cabin Construction
Our Log Cabins work a little differently! Rather than cladding that attaches to an internal framing, the log boards lock into each other with a tongue and groove joint, board by board, as the building is being constructed. The tongue and groove joint forms a tight seal against the weather, reducing the risk of water ingress and draughts. we offer our cabins with a choice of 19mm, 28mm, 34mm or 48 mm thickness, getting stronger and more robust with each thickness.
Log Cabin Thickness
19mm Log Thickness
Single tongue. Durable and sturdy construction that offers excellent value. Perfect for the summer months.
28mm Log Thickness
Single tongue. Strong and long lasting construction. Perfect for the spring and summer months.
34mm Log Thickness
Durable tongue. Heavy duty and hardwearing. Perfect for the spring and summer months.
44mm Log Thickness
Double tongue. Offers best protection against the draught and water ingress. Perfect for year round use.
An apex roofline provides an elegant and classic look to the building. With an apex log cabin, the highest point of the roof is central, where the two wooden sections meet, perfect for those who plan to install feature lighting or tall furniture within their cabin.View
Features a sheet of wood that slopes from the front of the building to the back. The slope provides sufficient height for the door at the front but also ensures rain can run off the back of the building. Pent log cabins offer a stylish and contemporary look but are also extremely practical. Ideal for buildings that are going to be situated against a fence or wall.View
Our Corner Log Cabins feature a hip roof style, in which the wooden sides of the roof slope upwards to meet one central peak, creating generous roof height inside. While boasting a classic and stylish aesthetic this design is also very practical. Hip roofs offers a premium and robust build that can stand up to harsh weather conditions.View