A wooden cabin is used mainly during the warmer parts of the year, but it's a shame to close it down when the weather turns cold. The answer is to insulate one as this will help to keep the cabin warmer all year round. There will be a bit of investment to do this, but the rewards are great if you do this ... more
Buying A Cabin? How To Choose The Right One For You?
Trentan Bagshot Cabins
When buying a cabin for the garden, it seems very straightforward to – click on the ‘web’, find the building in the size you want and then search for the best price. ‘Piece of Cake YES?
Well, not really, as there are so many different buildings available from the ‘cheap and possibly nasty’ right up to ones which would feel at home in a posh country home. To ensure you make the right decision, you need to do your homework to make the right choice and buy the right one for YOUR needs.
Always, where ever possible try to see your proposed new building before buying. This way you can ensure the quality of the building will meet your expectation. There’s no substitute for viewing these buildings ‘in the flesh’ so you can see the attention to detail given.
Don’t Buy On Price Alone
Examine The Quality
All Year Round Use
Types and Styles of Cabins and Choosing the Right One
|Size:||Three sizes to suit you. 5.2m x 3.4m (17ft x 11ft nominal), 4m x 3.1m (13¼ft x 10¼ft nominal), 4m x 5.2m (13¼ft x 17¼ft nominal) and 3.3m x 2.4m – (11ft x 10ft nominal). Pent Cabins or single slope Style. Note this is the external size of the body of the cabin. The lugs extend 100mm on each corner making the overall size (as most other companies quote) 200m larger. We mention this so you know you are comparing ‘eggs with eggs’. Approximate clear internal size will be approx 5.1m x 3.3m, 3.9m x 3.0m or 3.9m x 5.1m respectively. Please check with us if internal size is crucial.|
|Cladding:||Standard logs are 44mm (with larger 70mm on some models) and interlock into each other. The log profile has designed wind-tight connections to ensure a superior resistance against wind. Untreated. Kiln dried timber from sustainable so|