What type of timber is used in your log cabins?
Slow grown Nordic spruce timber is used in all of our log cabins from a sustainable source which is FSC certified.
What board thicknesses are available in your Log Cabin range?
The log cabins we offer include 28mm, 34mm, 44mm and 58mm thicknesses.
How are the log cabins delivered?
All log cabins are flat packed onto a pallet and will be crane offloaded. The vehicle will attempt to deliver as close to the required location as possible.
Can I have the cabin delivered to somewhere other than my house?
It is possible to deliver to a public highway/ footpath. However it is then the responsibility of the customer to move the building to the required location.
What surface will the log cabin need to be installed onto?
Due to the weight of the cabin being between a tonne and a tonne and a half, the cabin will need to be installed onto a level, solid surface. Acceptable surfaces include a 4 – 6 inch concrete base, a 6 x 2 pressure treated timber frame base and paving slabs.
It is not possible to install a cabin directly onto earth, grass or gravel.
How long will it take for a log cabin to be constructed?
An estimated construction time is between 1 – 2 days for two people depending on the size of the cabin.
When will installation take place?
Installation will be carried out 3 – 5 working days after delivery is made.
Do I need to do anything before the installation team arrive?
A suitable base needs to be prepared. If the log cabin package is within 30 – 35m from the point at which construction will be made then the installers will move it for you on the day of installation, if it is further than this distance then it will need to be moved before this date.
How long will the installation take?
The installation will take between 1 - 2 days depending on the size of the cabin.