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?
- Overall Size 4.2m x 3.0m (13¾ft x 9¾ft nominal size)
- Less Than 2.5m Tall. 2.176m To Lower Eaves Walls
- One Opening & Fixed Window Included
- Delightful Porch Area on Garden Cabin
- Felt Tiles in Choice of Colours Included
- Nordic Slow Growing Timber s
- As Standard with Double Glazed Windows
- Joinery Made Fully Glazed Double Doors
- 44mm Solid Interlocking Timber With Great Strength
- Proper Glass Throughout (NOT Perspex)
- Optional Assembly of Cabins
- Fast Haslemere Log Cabin Delivery Times
- Made to a Top Standard NOT Down to a Price.
- Timber, Naturally, From Sustainable Sources
- Similar Buildings On Display Near Guildford & Woking
Nowadays there are many garden cabins available which can tick all sort of boxes and are normally designed to meet our needs in this modern age. These Trentan ‘Haslemere’ wooden cabins for sale with their recessed veranda are very special cabins particularly. The very attractive look will stand proud in your garden and is very modern and stylish.
When buying a cabin the best advice is to always see one ‘in the flesh’ to ensure that you are buying what you think you are buying. We have a cabin show room where you can see examples of the Trentan buildings so you can see for your self how good they are. Besides that are less than 2.5m high so are planning friendly.
|Size:||Size of this Haslemere cabin is 4.2m x 3m (13¾ft x 9¾ft). All sizes nominal. Apex or gable 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 100mm less all round. Please check with us if internal size is crucial.|
|Cladding:||Standard s are 44mm thick and interlock into each other. The profile has designed wind-tight connections to ensure a superior resistance against wind. Untreated. Kiln dried timber from sustainable sources.|
|Floors:||18mm thick T&G untreated boards used on these floors. No chipboard, OSB or other cheap sheet materials used on the floor, unlike some other cabin suppliers. Floor joists are 45x45mm and are normally spaced no more than 650mm apart. All floor joists are pressure treated for long life as standard.|
|Roofs:||18mm thick T&G boards used on the roof sections supported by strong roof beams. Roof beams meet EN 388 stringent standards. Untreated. Supplied with felt tiles (shingles) in either red, brown or green or Polyester based felt as standard.Large 30cm (about 11in) roof overhang all round.|
|Porch :||A delightful covered porch area protects over the main double doors providing shade and shelter for the cabin. This cabin balcony is approx 2.0m wide x 0.75m deep.|
|Doors:||Joinery quality double contemporary style double doors 149cm wide x 185cm high (58in x 72½in) – approx sizes. Low doors sills giving you easier access into your cabin. Easy adjust hinges complete with gasket seals, fitted silver finish door handles, cylinder lock and two unique keys. Supplied untreated. Beware of doors with single glazing or excessively high door sills.|
|Windows:||One (1) Joinery quality inward (turn and tilt) opening window and one (1) non-opening window included as standard. Each windows is 56cm x 178cm (22 x 70in). 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: 205cm (80½in) – all Haslemere timber cabins.|
|Ridge Height:||Planning friendly height. 2457cm – on all Haslemere cabins. Importantly below 2.5m meaning these buildings can be built next to your boundary, subject to any other planning restrictions you may have)|
|Storm Protection||Provided as standard are either ‘Wood Storm Protectors’ or threaded rods. This helps to ensure that the wall planks on your cabin will remain tight together depending on the weather.|
|Fixings:||All required fixings (screws, nails etc) are included.|
|Treatment:||All garden cabins are supplied untreated.|
|Fitting:||This cabin with porch is supplied in kit form for self erection. Option for erection through a third party if required. If being built you would require a concrete base or solid and level paving slab base. Optionally, we have an option for building a timber subframe for you. These cabins are assembled by interlocking the panels for ease of taking it down again if you decide to move.|
|Delivery:||All cabins 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||Optional insulation to the roof supply only and would consist of Reinforced Thermo Reflective and Vapour Control Layer (special silver quilted membrane), Thermo Reflective Aluminium Tape (used to seal all joints in the roof insulation and over the floor joists), Insulation Board – a Celotex Foil 2 sides rigid insulation board – 25mm thick measuring 2400 x 1200mm. 11mm thick solid sheet boarding (OSB) measuring 2440 x 1220mm or 2400 x 1200mm and all screws and fixings.|
|Optional Extras.||Extra doors and windows, assembly, 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.