Swanley Woodpro Log Cabin.
Fully Bespoke To Suit You.
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|Surface:||10.0 cu m|
|Ridge Height:||283 cm|
|Eaves Height:||234 cm|
|Door:||1 x W24H|
|Roof Type:||Apex Gable 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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Moving House, Your Log Cabin And Transplanting Your Garden
Your garden is a prized possession that you have to spend countless hours lovingly nurturing, tending to and forming memories of hard work and enjoyment. If you’re planning a house move, a beautifully cultivated outdoor space is one of the big sells to prospective buyers, so your garden may even have helped sell your house, with studies estimating that a well-maintained garden can add 10-15% onto the purchase price.
But do you have to leave it all behind when you move? What about rare and unusual plants, or ones that have sentimental value for you? What about your garden workshop or summer house then? Give some thought to this as well. Will you leave it or would you like take these buildings with you to your new home.
Deciding on a Planting Plan
There are two considerations at stake if you do choose to transplant some elements of your garden. The first is the place you are leaving behind. The plants in your garden are classed as part of the fixtures and fittings of the property sale, so if you dig everything up, you could be in for a legal headache. If there are particular plants, shrubs or potted plants that you’re planning to remove, its best to agree on this with the purchases in advance by specifying on the fixtures and fittings list that they will be going with you. This avoids any undue stress when it comes to moving day.
If it’s a significant undertaking, like removing a fruit tree, make sure you dig it up correctly or you could be introducing honey fungus, vine weevils and other nasties for the new owners to deal with.
Also, take the time to think about your new space. – The type of soil, shading and light and the size of your new garden all need to be factored in. A garden’s micro climate can make for very different growing conditions for your prize plant. On top of that, seasons can really play into transplanting – your move is ideally timed for October-February as this is a dormant season.
Once your moving date is set, adjust your maintenance work in the garden with a view to the plants you’re planning to take with you. Start pruning down climbers and trees to make them more manageable for transport, start a mini portable greenhouse with cuttings from your favourite specimens, and re-pot with good quality compost. Work with a great removal company and take care to let them know in advance how many plants you have to transport – they can take up a lot of room in the removals van.
On The Day
When moving day comes, wrap up the root balls in damp cotton wool, and a plastic bag or bubble wrap to keep the soil moist. Use cane supports to strengthen delicate plants for the van ride, and mist them gently with a water spray. Line boxes with plastic sheeting to keep plants insulated in cold weather and pack out the gaps between the pots with scrunched up newspaper or spare bubble wrap. Make sure all boxes are labeled as delicate and that your moving team know they contain plants and not to stack things on top of them.
Good luck with the move and as soon as your new log cabin from Woodpro is installed you can sit and relax in the garden.