Hythe Woodpro Pent Log Cabin.
Fully Bespoke To Suit You.
|Surface:||15 cu m|
|Ridge Height:||243 cm|
|Eaves Height:||219 cm|
|Windows:||2 x WM50|
|Door:||1 x WMo2H|
|Roof Type:||Pent Flat Roof .|
|Roof Overhang:||30 cm.|
|Kiln Dried Timber:||Northern Country Spruce|
|System:||Log Cabin System|
Woodpro offers high-quality products for reasonable prices. As these cabins are made in their own factory you can be sure that our products are top quality.
The finished products reflect their focus on quality and attention to detail. These are definitely noticeable in all their Woodpro in all their range of fully bespoke garden cabins.
All the following features are included as standard with our Woodpro products and are included in the price.
|✅||Very robust and solid construction|
|✅||Fitted with double-glazed units|
|✅||Sealed with a silicone sealant to prevent water ingress|
|✅||Drainage holes included as standard|
|✅||Made from laminated timber to prevent warping|
|✅||Fitted with high-quality cylinder locks that meet European standards|
|✅||Fitted with draught-excluding rubber seals as standard|
|✅||Chrome-coloured door handles included|
|✅||Adjustable split hinges (three-way adjustability) fitted as standard|
|✅||Doors fitted with an aluminium wear strip to protect the threshold|
|✅||Window crossbars have a modern appearance with a unique and simple click-in clip system|
|✅||Roofing shingles are included for apex roofs. You have a choice of black, blue, brown, green or red.|
|✅||Flat roofs are delivered with a complete roofing kit including an EPDM rubber sheet, roof drainage outlet, adhesive kit and wide aluminium roof trims|
|✅ Double Glazing:||Included|
|✅ Assembly Material:||Included|
|✅ All Roofing Materials:||Included|
|✅ Pressure treated foundation beams:||Included|
|✅ Sprung Handle:||Included|
|✅ Wall Thickness 44mm:||Included|
|✅ Free installation quote:||Optional|
|✅ Internal Floor:||Optional|
|✅ Spray impregnated doors & windows||Optional|
|✅ Painted doors & windows:||Optional.|
|✅ Spray treatment of entire building:||Optional.|
|✅ Pressure Treatment:||Optional|
|✅||We use only high-quality timber that originates from northern European countries with cold climates. The lower temperatures cause the trees to grow more slowly, meaning that the growth rings are closer together and the wood is more stable and durable.|
|✅||Our timber is kiln dried to a moisture content of approximately 14%-16% in a special drying room , thus reducing subsequent shrinkage.|
|✅||We keep wood waste and sawdust to a minimum and reuse it for other purposes.|
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Whilst In Your New Woodpro Log Cabin Why Not Plan An Edible Landscape
The idea of creating an edible landscape is one that has always appealed to me. I know that when planning your yard space it is not always the first thing on your mind but think about this. Millions of acres of productive land is being planted with lawns flower beds and hedges around homes all across America and the UK.
This same land could be used to grow an abundance of food while still giving you a beautiful landscape to enjoy and be proud of. Thinking outside the box is all that is necessary and the rewards can be phenomenal. Let me give you a few examples.
Many people build arbors or pergolas to cover their patios or garden entrances, planting flowering vines to grow over them and provide a point of interest in the garden. Instead of wasting all this valuable growing space why not plant a few pots of flowers around the patio and grow grapes instead on your arbor or pergola. You will not only be infusing old world charm to your garden but providing fruit for your self and the local wild life.
The outside of summer houses or garden sheds can be used to grow produce and, in fact, can be ideal as the wood attracts warmth, which is good for growth, as well as shelter giving any items grown a great start in life. They can also be used for storage so a true multi tasking garden building.
Instead of flowering shrubs how about growing blueberries that bloom in the spring then give you decorative fruits and look appealing the year round. You can also grow fruit trees such as pears or plums. These trees bloom profusely in the spring and provide you with a bounty of fresh fruit every year. Not only will your garden look beautiful you will be saving a lot of money at the grocery store as well.
Lets take a look at your flower bed. Instead of planting flats of annuals why not give these beds over to vegetables and herbs. A bed planted with an herb border can be very attractive especially if planted with pepper plants that will give you a mixture of green, yellow, orange, and red fruits. Cucumber vines can replace annual screening vines on a trellis and help provide for a very cool summers menu as well as offering privacy.
Purple eggplant hanging from the branches of a plant that already is interesting looking will give a splash in any area of the garden. If you want to brighten up and area sunflowers are the way to go they not only command your attention by their shear size but those giant flower heads are a real show stopper.
Why not layout your walkways and grow herbs like chamomile and oregano in between the stepping stones not only is this an attractive way to grow these herbs it is also a very pleasant fragrance when these plants get crushed underfoot while walking the garden paths.
These are just a few ideas that i have offered. It is important to take note that while you will be saving money you will be able to help your community as well. By growing more of your own produce you will be saving energy and pollution by not having to buy produce trucked in many miles from where it was grown.
You will be eating healthier food because you will know it is chemical free. Excess fruit and vegetables can be donated to local food shelters or soup kitchens to help others in the community. I believe it is time we all explore growing edible landscapes!
Surround your Woodpro garden cabin with an edible landscape.