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 an insulated 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 with this added insulation ... more
Buying A Cabin? How To Choose The Right One For You?
Today’s Life is Enhanced with These Bray Cabins
Why You Should Choose This Bray Wood Cabin for Your Family. There are two cabin sizes available both of which feature superb light and airiness.
This ensures that using these garden cabins with your family and in your home enhances your lifestyle. Immensely versatile and will suit all manner of uses from a home office to a summerhouse, or a games room, or ‘hidey-hole’ from the world. Share with your family and friends and you will then appreciate how wonderful the outdoors really is.
Superbly designed to fit into most garden effortlessly – this is what good design should do.
Super Strength As Standard and at No Extra Charge
The Key to A Quality Wooden Cabin is the Materials Used.
Building Assembly Service
Always View at a Garden Cabin Display Site Before Purchasing
Many Years of Experience in Garden Buildings.
- Sizes 5.3 x 3.9m and 4.58 x 3.38m
- Double Glazed Windows As Standard (not single)
- Solid 44mm Timber Interlocking s
- Great 2.14m Lower Wall Height.
- Nordic Slow Growing Timber for Long Life
- Pent Cabin Style With Roof Overhang
- Two Full Length Opening Windows Included
- Proper Glass Throughout (NOT Perspex)
- Joinery Made Fully Glazed Double Doors
- Optional Garden Cabins Assembly Service
- Quality Cabins Buildings Made by Craftsmen
- Delivery Service
- Made to a Great Standard not Down to a Price.
- Natural Timber From Sustainable Sources
- UK Display Show Room In Surrey
|Size:||Two sizes to suit you. 4.58m x 3.38m and 5.3m x 3.9m. 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 4.48m x 2.38m or 5.2m x 3.8m. Please check with us if internal size is crucial. Pent Cabins or single slope Style.|
|Cladding:||Standard logs are 44mm 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 sources.|
|Roofs:||18mm thick T&G boards used on the roof sections supported by strong roof beams. Roof beams meet EN 388 stringent standards. Untreated. Basic Roof felt included as standard with option for EPDM felting system. Roof overhang all round.|
|Floors:||18mm thick T&G untreated boards used on these garden log cabin floors. No chipboard, OSB or other cheap sheet materials used on the floor, unlike some other suppliers. Solid floor joists which are normally spaced no more than 650mm apart. All floor joists are pressure treated for long life as standard.|
|Doors:||Joinery quality double glazed double doors 151cm wide x 186cm high approx sizes. Easy adjust hinges complete with gasket seals, fitted silver finish door handles, cylinder lock and two unique keys. Low doors sills giving you easier access into your garden cabin. Supplied untreated. Beware of doors with single glazing or excessively high door sills.|
|Windows:||Contemporary style joinery quality inward opening windows included as standard. Size of each window is approximately 66cm wide x 168cm high. Complete with easy adjust hinges, silicon gasket seals and delightful silver finish window handles. Supplied untreated as standard. Double glazed as standard NOT single glazed.|
|Lower Walls:||Height: 214cm on all Bray log buildings.|
|Higher Walls:||Height. 256cm on Bray wooden cabins.|
|Storm Protection||Provided as standard are either ‘Wood Storm Protectors’ or threaded rods. This helps to ensure that the wall planks on your log cabin will remain tight together depending on the weather.|
|Fixings:||All required fixings (screws, nails etc) are included.|
|Treatment:||All buildings are supplied untreated.|
|Fitting:||Our UK cabins are supplied in kit form for self assembly. Option for assembly through a third party if required. If being built you would require a concrete base or solid and level paving slab base. Optionally, we can help with many services to make life easier for you. These cabins are assembled by interlocking the panels for ease of taking it down again if you decide to move.|
|Delivery:||All buildings are delivered and HIABed off the lorry for you free of charge throughout central & Southern England. Deliveries to Scotland would cost £150 extra. Deliveries to Cornwall & Devon, South & West Wales and Northern England would cost an extra £100.|
|Insulation||The cabins are supplied with chunky timber walls (good U-values) and double glazing as standard and you can ensure that they are comfortable year-round with the addition of our insulated floor and roof upgrade. We use 50mm PIR Celotex / Kingspan in the roof and cover this with a structural grade 18mm OSB roof deck atop-thin before fitting your specified roofing material. We will use 25mm PIR Celotex / Kingspan in the floor. The fitment of insulation will not affect the internal headroom in any way and prices shown will include for fitting when our teams install your cabin.|
|Optional Extras.||Extra doors and windows, assembly of garden cabins, timber bases – Please Ask|
Current Delivery Times:- This is variable depending on model but this is currently in the 10-12 week window unless we have stock of the particular cabin in question on the ground here in the UK. If you are looking for an early delivery please call on (0800) 999 6995 and we will check the current stock and advise. We will always do our best to meet your needs. Don’t be misled by other companies quoting 10 days delivery, 15 days delivery, 20 days delivery etc. When days are mentioned in deliveries they usually relate to ‘working days’. This means 10 days = two weeks, 15 days = three weeks and 20 days – four weeks not quite the same as you might have expected.