Sandwich Woodpro Log Cabin Gazebo
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|Ridge Height:||240 cm|
|Eaves Height:||216 cm|
|Windows:||2 x W07|
|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 28mm:||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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Old Time Garden What They Can Teach Us About Your Woodpro Log Cabin
If you look at the typical suburban garden now a days you will probably find a large yard of green grass with a couple of planting beds spread out here and there, maybe a tree or two but still a lot of green grass. There is not the type of garden you would expect to have seen a hundred years ago. Go to a small community that is over a hundred years old and visit a couple of the neighborhoods and I am sure you will seen a marked difference to how it was done then and how it is done now.
A hundred years ago the garden were much different than today there was some lawn but because there were no petrol powered mowers they were maintained by push reel mowers so the idea behind a large carpet of grass was not high on the wish list of most home owners
Also back then homes did not have air conditioning so in the summer when it was hot people spent a lot more time outdoors. The idea of gardens back then was to afford an interesting place to spend time. A typical garden would consist of walkways that would wind through the garden so that to see it all you would have to walk down the paths and that was the great surprise when you would round a corner and see a beautiful planting all in bloom.
People would go out in the evening and stroll the garden there was no television or internet to distract them and preoccupy huge chunks of their time. They would spend time visiting their neighbors and gardening was also a social occasion. There was always an area of comfortable furniture to sit and visit, usually under some shade trees or an arbor. This area was like an outdoor room and was utilised that way.
Walkways and patio areas where made from bricks or stone which where acquired from the local brickyard or quarry. These were not shipped in from hundreds of miles away they were made of local materials saving money and a lot of pollution that would have been caused by trucking them across the country.
The typical garden was a showcase for the gardeners talent and also a sign of their wealth. There was not really any summer houses but maybe a ramshackle old wooden workshop. Things have changed a lot to the large choice available today.
The gardens of a hundred years ago where a lot more environmentally friendly that they are today. There was no noise pollution or air pollution caused by petrol powered mowers out mowing large areas of open green carpets of grass. They garden shed shelves where not lined by cans of chemicals that were designed to kill everything from weeds to insects.
Instead weeds were pulled and beds were planted to keep weeds out or to a minimum. Insects were controlled naturally by birds and other predators. People knew their neighbours and spent their free time socialising and enjoying nature and the outdoors and these were the days before log cabins and their ilk. Maybe it is time to step back a hundred years and enjoy a simpler less polluted lifestyle.