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What’s Included in the Basic Price of a Log Cabin?

When buying a log cabin or BBQ Hut you have several very important questions. The main is “What is included in the standard Log Cabin price?” or “What is included in the standard BBQ Hut price?” We want in this post to open up and detail the prices so you know when you come through our gate into the show site village what to expect…no surprises!

The Tay 3m x 3m Log Cabin

We almost always break our prices down into separate elements including the standard cabin itself (walls, floor, roof, doors, windows etc.), roof coverings (rubber roof, shingles, metal roof), additional insulation, groundwork services and build.

This sometimes leads to a lot of questions as to why we don’t include everything from the beginning.

Here’s why we DON’T include all possible options when giving the basic Log Cabin price.

Finman 11m2 BBQ Hut & Hot Tub Shelter

Choice

The main reason we don’t list things like roof coverings and extra insulation in the basic log cabin price is that we want to give people the ability to choose the options they need.

Our log cabins fulfil a number of roles including:

What you need for the super storage shed isn’t going to be the same for the spare bedroom, so we let you pick and choose the things you need most.

Location

We also deliver buildings all over the UK and while we can offer a fully comprehensive top to bottom installation service, all of our fitters are based in our local area.

While we could build anywhere from John O’Groats to Lands End, the price for this would be very different, thus it’s easier for everyone to price this separately.

Groundwork

Additional groundwork can be required when building a log cabin or BBQ Hut. You may already have a solid foundation in place (i.e., concrete base, decking, or patio slabs) in which case we can show up and start building straight away, however someone else may just have a patch of grass and will need the ground prepared in advance. We have options for either situation, but it is priced separately for this reason.

Example of Timber Base work for a Finman Retreat Glamping Pod

How We Structure a Quote for a Log Cabin – What is the total Log Cabin Price

To show you how we would fully break down a quote, I’ll give you an example for one of our most popular cabins – The Milan.

Milan 4m x 3m 45mm Log Cabin

Milan 4m x 3m 45mm Log Cabin – £4,752

This price includes the walls, floor, roof, doors, windows etc. All the basic materials required to build the cabin.

Rubber Roof £566

EPDM Rubber Roof Kit is a package offer that includes the rubber material itself, special black plastic trims, a rear rain guard, and the required adhesive. This roof covering has a 10 Year Guarantee.

Floor Insulation £231

25/50mm rigid foam insulation placed tightly in between the floor bearers and supported with 2 x 1 treated batons. This will stop cold air from rising underneath the floor and will help regulate the temperature throughout the year.

Roofing Insulation  – £917

50mm rigid foam insulation placed internally in between the roofing beams. The insulation is covered with 20mm tongue and groove roof boards which are fixed to the roof beams. This will help regulate the temperature better throughout the year.

Timber Basework – £777

A 140mm x 95mm pressure-treated base frame is supplied which is supported by 100mm x 100mm recycled plastic posts spaced approximately 1.0m apart. At each post location, we dig holes and concrete the posts into the ground. The highest point of the ground determines the frame height. This method allows airflow under the cabin and ensures a solid, level, and stable foundation.

Build / Installation – 18 % of Overall Costs – £1,303


*This is our standard build rate within 80 miles of our Dumbarton (G82) show site. Extra charges may apply for those beyond this criteria* 

Total – £8,546 inc VAT

How We Structure a Quote for a BBQ Hut

We use the same process when writing a quote for a BBQ Hut expect some of the options below will be different than those offered for the previous cabin.

Finman BBQ Hut 11m2 & Hot Tub Shelter

Finman BBQ Hut 11m2 – £6,224

This price includes the standard central grill with surrounding tables and attachments, 5 moveable benches, 45mm walls, 20mm floor & roof boards, double-glazed door, windows etc. All the basic materials required to build the cabin.

Roofing Shingles Included as Standard with all BBQ Huts

Overlapping heavy-duty felt material with an adhesive backing, which is nailed to the roof and finished with felt along the peak and eaves. 10-year guarantee. Available in red / black, green / black, or black.

Bundle Box – £1,130

A bundle box includes Custom Made Cushion Set with water-resistant covers, Finman Extractor Fan, Stainless steel fin extensions for the fan to reduce driving rain down the open chimney pipe, Pyromaniacs Cookbook, Central Wooden Table, 2 x 50l Bags of BBQ Lumpwood Charcoal & 4 x Kuksa Wooden Cups.

Timber Basework – £1,056

A 140mm x 95mm pressure-treated base frame is supplied which is supported by 100mm x 100mm recycled plastic posts spaced approximately 1.0m apart. At each post location, we dig holes and concrete the posts into the ground. The height of the frame is determined by the highest point of the ground. This method allows airflow under the cabin and ensures a solid, level, and stable foundation.

A great choice for Finman BBQ Huts as it will give you the draw required to use the grill effectively. Although permanent , but it won’t have a permanent impact on the surrounding environment that a concrete base would have.

Build / Installation – 18 % of Overall Construction Costs – £1,310


*This is our standard build rate within 80 miles of our Dumbarton (G82) show site. Extra charges may apply for those beyond this criteria* 

Total – £9,720 inc VAT

Conclusion

You should contact us if would like some more information on a cabin not highlighted here. Get in touch with us today by through our website and we will personally send you a free in-depth quote.

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The Top 10 Benefits of Owning a Sauna

Sauna use has been on the rise in recent years, and there are a few good reasons why. Saunas offer a variety of health benefits, including reducing stress, improving circulation, boosting the immune system, and helping to detoxify the body. They’re also a great way to relax and de-stress, which can help you to sleep better and feel more refreshed in the morning. If you’re looking for a way to improve your overall health and well-being, a sauna may be the perfect choice for you. Read on for more information about these amazing facilities!

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1. Circulation improvements

Saunas are popular because they can improve circulation and reduce inflammation. This can benefit your overall health by reducing the risk of many diseases, including cancer. They work by releasing toxins and impurities from the body, which in turn helps improve overall health. When blood circulation is improved, it helps the organ systems in the body work better.

2. A reduction in blood pressure

A sauna can also lower blood pressure. This is due to the fact that a sauna relaxes the muscles and causes blood vessels to expand, resulting in reduced levels of stress cortisol hormones. This lowers blood pressure because cortisol blocks arteries from widening when it’s released during stressful situations.

3. Stress relief

Stress is a common problem, and it can negatively affect your mental and physical health. It can make you feel tense and anxious, cause insomnia, increase your risk of heart disease, and even lead to depression. Reducing stress levels through regular exercise and healthy eating habits is important, but sometimes it’s difficult to find the time or space for both. That’s where saunas come in handy! A sauna can help relieve tension by increasing blood flow to the skin. This increased circulation helps reduce muscle aches and pain as well as improves digestion overall.

4. Skin with a healthy glow

A sauna can help improve your skin health in a variety of ways. First, it helps to rid your body of toxins and sweat out the impurities that are causing your skin problems. Second, the heat from the sauna opens up blood vessels, which reduces inflammation and swelling. And finally, the infrared rays emitted by a sauna promote collagen production and reduce wrinkles or age spots.

So how often should you go for a sauna session? Ideally, twice weekly would be ideal – once on Monday morning (to cleanse) and again on Friday evening (for beauty benefits). However, depending on your circumstances, going for a sauna every day may also improve your skin health. Make sure to speak with a dermatologist before starting any type of acne treatment or self-care routine!

5. Muscle soreness and joint stiffness are reduced

Sauna use has been shown to be beneficial for many health reasons. One of the top benefits is that it reduces joint stiffness and muscle soreness. This is great news for people of all ages, as it helps to improve their overall health and well-being. Additionally, sauna use has been shown to reduce the severity and frequency of pain in people with arthritis or other joint issues. It’s a great idea to add a sauna to your home if you want to improve your health and well-being.

6. Stronger immune system

Sauna use has many health benefits, one of which is strengthening your immune system. The heat and humidity-induced by sauna use help to increase the activity of your sweat glands and lymph nodes. This increased sweat production helps cleanse and detoxify your body and fight off infection.

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7. Better mood

One of the benefits of sauna use is that it can improve your mood. The heat and humidity induced by sauna use cause blood vessels in your skin to dilate, which leads to an increase in oxytocin (known as the “cuddle hormone”). Oxytocin is known for its role in regulating stress levels, moods, and anxiety symptoms. So if you’re looking for a way to relax after a long day or feel better overall, adding a few sessions of sauna use into your routine can do the trick!

8. Maintains muscle mass

Sauna-ing has long been considered one of the healthiest activities you can do for yourself. Not only is it a great way to increase your flexibility, but it also helps preserve muscle mass. This is particularly important if you’re aiming to lose weight in the future. Muscle mass burns more calories than fat, so you’re doing your body a big favor by preserving it.

9. Eases lower back pain

Do you suffer from lower back pain? If so, then a sauna might be the answer for you. Saunas are traditional Finnish bathing rooms known to help ease inflammation and relieve many types of pain. Saunas work by sweating out toxins and impurities from the body, reducing inflammation and easing pain. They also promote relaxation and rejuvenation, which can help improve your moods and general well-being.

10. Weight Loss

If you’re looking to lose weight, sauna use may be a great way to help you get there. Not only does it help remove toxins from your body, but it also helps promote increased calorie burn. According to some studies, sauna use can increase metabolism by as much as 40%. So if burning calories is one of your health goals, adding a few sessions of sauna use into your routine might just be what you need!

Conclusion – What are the Sauna Benefits

Owning a sauna is a great way to start if you’re looking for health benefits beyond the basics of exercise and diet. By bathing in infrared heat, saunas can help improve circulation, lower blood pressure, reduce stress levels, improve skin health, and even strengthen the immune system. In addition to these benefits, saunas are also great for mood enhancement, preserving muscle mass, and relieving lower back pain. A sauna may be the answer if you’re looking to add some relaxation and health benefits to your life.

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A HIGH PERFORMANCE LOG HOME

A high performance log home is one built using best practices for maximum energy efficiency, improved indoor air quality, limited waste and a long-range approach to utilizing resources responsibly.

Sounds like green building? It is, but with an emphasis on the end-users gains rather than the builders inputs.

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A High Performance Log Cabin Home

  • Uses less water each month, saving on the utility bill.
  • Uses less energy to heat and cool, saving money.
  • Has improved indoor air quality due to the use of low VOC paints, or wood floors versus carpets.
  • Receives passive solar heat gain in the winter and reduced heat in the summer and from the setting sun by simply positioning the house on the site properly. It isn’t constantly fighting the natural heating and cooling cycles of the seasons.
  • Puts a lighter load or leaves a smaller carbon footprint on the earth by not squandering resources unnecessarily. It doesn’t mean less comfortable, simply more efficient.
  • Works as a more cohesive unit by optimizing each individual system.
  • Frees up the homeowner from endless maintenance projects due to poor design or implementation.
  • Preserves our resources for future generations

Does A Green Log Cabin Conserve Energy?

Although many people think that green building means expensive, way-out designs and a return to purely natural materials, the real answer is using a best-practices approach and looking at the log cabin as a complete, interactive system made up of many different parts.

It means producing a high performance green log cabin that really takes little or no extra effort or money to build, yet saves money immediately and in the long run with conserving energy and water. It can help free up a homeowner from endless maintenance projects and also preserve our resources for future generations.

Each and every part or module needs to be considered carefully to determine the optimum usage and best approach given the local environment, final usage and budget.

Green Log Cabin

The Four Mistakes People Don’t think about when designing their Green Log Cabin

Experts say the four mistakes that have the most effect on energy consumption are:

  • Outside air infiltration
  • Excess solar heat gain
  • Improper house orientation
  • Inefficient light fixtures and appliances

No green builder advocates using only natural materials. Some of the best energy efficient practices are improvements on nature and there’s nothing wrong with mixing materials to achieve the best results.

The Six Aspects of Building Green

There are numerous tips and ideas for building green that you can incorporate into your build without much difficulty. There are also six aspects to building green that the NAHB’s National Standard references as being vital to a holistic approach towards a healthier, more comfortable and more energy efficient structure. These are:

  • Energy Efficiency
  • Site Preparation and Design
  • Water Efficiency/Conservation
  • Occupancy Comfort and Indoor Environmental Quality
  • Operation, Maintenance and Education
  • Resource Efficiency

By carefully addressing these areas you will conserve resources and save money as well. To build truly green means making efficient use of building supplies, utilizing renewable materials as often as possible and promoting conservation of energy and resources. Green materials and practices must function at least as good as traditional materials and practices and must have a reasonable payback period in order to be adopted wholeheartedly.

Building a Green Log Cabin

Green building is one of the many appealing qualities of a log cabin. The solid permanence of a log structure also conserves energy and protects the environment. The tactile appeal of the natural wood is a side benefit of knowing that the thermal mass of your logs makes them energy efficient.

Green Log Cabin

Building a Green Log Cabin Woodland

Some ideas for building green that are easy to assimilate into your build:

  • Site your house properly to maximize passive heat gain from the sun. Face the long side east/west and increase window area to maximise heat gain.
  • Build with logs – a naturally renewable resource.
  • Choose paints and stains and glues with low VOCs (volatile organic compounds) so that you don’t pollute the indoor air quality of your cabin.
  • Install dual-flush toilets that use less water for flushing.
  • If building your own log cabin, order logs and lumber carefully and save all the scraps that could possibly be used during later phases.
  • Use high quality double glazed windows and doors.
  • Utilize energy-efficient lighting. One of the easiest ways to live green is by using low-watt fluorescent lighting throughout your log home.
  • Choose your water heater with care. Water heaters can account for as much as 25% of your cabins energy use. Installing a high-efficiency water heater will save you money for years.
  • Employ eco-friendly log home landscaping techniques by collecting rainwater to watering the garden.

Energy Efficient Log Homes

Everyone loves their natural beauty, but is a Log Home energy efficient? How can a stack of logs keep out the cold? Won’t I be wasting my hard-earned money trying to keep the house warm. So our Log Homes need to be Efficient.

Efficient Log Homes

First a little bit about R-values and insulation. The R-value of a material refers to its resistance to heat flow and was adopted as a simple factor to compare energy efficiency.

Your Efficient Log Home

So we commonly see R-value ratings for things like Glass-fibre insulation. Where 90mm of insulation is designed to fill a 2 x 4 wall is rated at R-13, and 140mm designed to fill a 2 x 6 wall is rated at R-19.

But in the laboratory where they do the rating, the Glass-fibre is actually enclosed in plastic completely stopping any air flow (unlike the real world).

Also the difference between inside and outside temperature that is measured is only 10 degrees. Again, vastly different from a house in Finland in the winter where the temperature differential might be 70 degrees or more.

This is a complex issue.

The Thermal Mass in a Log Home

Logs take advantage of what is referred to as “thermal mass” effect, using the heat capacity of the wall. That is, the mass of the solid wood absorbs and holds the heat and slowly releases it over time.

Studies done in the US by the National Bureau of Standards compared energy costs between houses insulated with Glass-fibre to a value of R-13 and log homes built with 170mm thick square logs. They showed that the two homes used the same amount of energy, even though the timber-framed house had a nominal R-value 17% higher.

A Specific Study into the Effects of Mass on Thermal Retention

In 1980 – 1982 the National Bureau of Standards in the US did a study for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Department of Energy (DOE) in an effort to determine the effects of mass on thermal retention.

The NBS compared a log building to an insulated conventionally timber-framed building. The log building was constructed with 140mm solid logs rated at a nominal R-10 and the framed building was insulated with 70mm of fiberglass and rated at a nominal R-12.

The NBS found that over the winter heating period the two buildings used basically the same energy for heat. But over the summer cooling period the log building used 24% less energy and over the spring heating period the log building actually used 46% less energy.

One problem with using R-values alone to compare the thermal performance of materials is that R-values are only a good representation under conditions of constant interior and exterior temperatures. This is just not the case in the real world. The R-value has a inverse correlation to the temperature differential.

Remember there are three types of heat transfer: convection, conduction and radiation and fiberglass insulation basically addresses only convection. A solid log wall also resists the conduction of heat.

So is a Log Home or a Timber Framed House more efficient?

The energy efficiency of log homes can be as much as 15% more than conventional timber-framed homes.

This will reduce your monthly energy bill. Your log home will feel more comfortable and long-term maintenance will be reduced.

The Covered Terrace – Your ‘Outdoor Room’

An Outdoor room or large covered terrace is one of the hottest trends in log home construction right now.

You can save money on your cabin by eliminating inside space you won’t use much and instead spread out by adding a well-designed room outdoors. The outdoor space comes in at a fraction of the cost of finished interior space. In nearly every part of the country you can use this area for 2 or 3 seasons, and outside living spaces mesh perfectly with the log cabin concept.

With the shade of a roof and overhead fans for cooling you will be comfortable all summer, even in the hottest areas. If you live in a region that gets cold, you can also incorporate an outdoor fireplace with the incomparable charm of a crackling wood fire. Or add in a propane or infrared heater to take the chill off a late-night dinner.

To save more money you can do away with the roof altogether and enjoy dining and drinks under the stars. You can still add a sunshade or an awning so you have a comfortable outside living space whether it’s raining or bright sunshine.

You can bring the outdoors in and the indoors out by providing a connection between the two and you’ll be increasing your cabin’s usable square footage.

TIPS ON YOUR OUTDOOR ROOM DESIGN:

Use one key feature to anchor it, like an arbor, deck, water feature, pergola or trellis. Decide what you want to evoke in your outdoor space – summertime oasis, soothing meditation retreat, secret garden — and build around that.

Utilize trees and plants for privacy, to define spaces and to soften the sharp edges of your hardscape.

An outdoor kitchen or cooking area can bring the whole family together. Use a fire pit or grill and plan in some counters or flat space to hold plates and as a food prep area.

Choose your site carefully. Check prevailing winds and amount of sunlight. Access to power and water might be an issue as well.

Flooring can be rustic like stone, but don’t skip using flooring altogether, figuring grass will be fine. It won’t feel like a room and you won’t be inclined to use it. Carry your inside log cabin flooring outside under a covered area. Tile and slate are great, natural complements to the outdoor surroundings.

Make sure there is easy access from inside to an attached porch or patio, or plan on a transition area like a passageway or trellis.

Combine fire and water. Water features or pools cool things off in summer and a fireplace or fire pit warms it up in cooler weather. The sound of running water will soothe and mask neighbourhood noise. A fireplace or fire pit can extend the season of your outdoor room by 2 or 3 months.

TIPS ON TECHNICAL ELEMENTS:

Plan in your lighting for safety and drama. Low voltage lighting is easy to run. You’ll want functional lighting for cooking and reading, as well as softer mood lighting.

Define the functionality of the outdoor room, assess your budget and consider the long-term maintenance involved.

Remember to factor in the weight of items such as fireplaces made of stacked stone set on an elevated deck. Reduce weight by using cultured or man-made stone. Cultured stone is generally about 6 or 7 times lighter than real stone and they are nearly impossible to tell apart.

Outdoor Rooms – Jacuzzi. Be sure that a deck built to hold a hot tub is adequately supported and that ample electrical power is available.

Plan in an underground water supply for water features or for irrigating plantings. Be aware of local frost depths and plan accordingly when burying your water lines.

An outdoor room is more than just a functional extension of your indoor space. The right design allows you to transform this space into your own natural retreat to enjoy relaxed, “alfresco” living.

Why Buy A Log Cabin Kit In Scotland? 

When you think of a log cabin, the first place that comes to mind is usually somewhere in the middle of a forest, surrounded by acres of untouched land. However, did you know that you can also buy a log cabin kit and build one yourself, right in your own back garden?

Log cabins have been growing in popularity over the past few years, and for a good reason. They are a great way to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life without having to travel very far. In this article, we will discuss some of the benefits of buying a log cabin kit in Scotland, as well as why Logspan is the best company to buy from.

What Is Log Cabin Kit?

A log cabin kit is a set of materials that you can use to build a log cabin. The kit includes logs, and a set of instructions. Log cabin kits are available in a variety of sizes and styles, so you can choose the one that best fits your needs. You can also buy log cabin kits that are already assembled. However, these kits are usually more expensive than those that you can assemble yourself. If you decide to buy an assembled kit, make sure that the company you purchase it from has a good reputation. There are many companies that sell log cabin kits, but not all of them are created equal.

Benefits of Buying Log Cabin Kit

There are many benefits of buying a log cabin kit, including:

1. Cost-Effective

One of the primary benefits of buying a log cabin kit is that it is cost-effective. Log cabin kits are typically much cheaper than hiring a contractor to build a custom log cabin from scratch. Additionally, log cabin kits often come with all of the materials and instructions needed to build the cabin, which can further reduce costs.

2. Quick and Easy to Build

Another benefit of buying a log cabin kit is that it is quick and easy to build. Most log cabin kits can be assembled in just a few days or weeks, whereas building a custom log cabin can take months or even years. Additionally, most log cabin kits come with detailed instructions that make the assembly process relatively simple.

3. Flexible Design Options – A Bespoke Taylor Made Log Cabin

When you buy a log cabin kit, you also have the flexibility to choose from a variety of design options. There are many different styles and sizes of log cabin kits available on the market, so you should be able to find one that meets your specific needs and preferences. Additionally, buying a log cabin kit will allow you to have your kit designed to you needs, so that your individual needs are met.

4. Can Be Built in Any Location

Another benefit of log cabin kits is that they can be built in any location. Unlike custom-built homes, which must be built on a specific lot, log cabins can be built on any piece of land that you own or have access to. This makes them ideal for people who want to build a second home in a remote location or for those who want to downsize and live in a more rural setting.

5. Increased Property Value

Finally, building a log cabin on your property can also increase its value. Log cabins are becoming increasingly popular among homebuyers as extending homes is becoming much more expensive and beyond the reach of many. So having one on your property may make it more attractive to potential buyers. Additionally, because log cabins are typically built to last for many years, they can also serve as an excellent long-term investment.

The Cost of Buying A Log Cabin Kit

When it comes to the cost of buying a log cabin kit, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, the price of the kit will vary depending on the size and style of the cabin you choose. Additionally, the cost of materials and labour will also play a role in the overall price. In general, log cabin kits range in price from £5000 to £50,000. However, it is important to note that the final cost will also depend on factors such as the location of the property and the complexity of the build.

Why Buy Your Log Cabin Kit from Logspan?

There are many reasons to buy your log cabin kit from Logspan, including:

1. Quality

When you purchase a log cabin kit from Logspan, you can be confident that you are getting a high-quality product. All of our log cabin kits are made from the highest quality materials and are designed to withstand the elements.

2. Customizable

Logspan offers a wide range of customizable options for our log cabin kits, so you can find the perfect one to suit your needs. You can choose the size, style, and features of your cabin, so you can be sure that it will be perfect for your home.

3. Affordable

Our log cabin kits are very affordable, so you can get the cabin of your dreams without breaking the bank. We offer a variety of financing options to make it even easier to purchase your dream cabin.

4. Easy to Assemble

Our log cabin kits are designed for easy assembly, so you can have your new cabin up and running in no time. We provide detailed instructions and all the necessary tools and materials, so you can get your cabin assembled with ease.

5. Excellent Customer Service

At Logspan, we pride ourselves on our excellent customer service. Logspan have 20 years experience selling quality Log Cabins. We are always available to answer any questions you may have about our products or services. We also offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all of our products, so you can be sure that you will be happy with your purchase.

Conclusion

There are many reasons to buy a log cabin kit in Scotland. Log cabin kits are affordable, customizable, and easy to assemble, and they can increase the value of your property. When you purchase your log cabin kit from Logspan, you can be confident that you are getting a high-quality product at an excellent price. Contact us today to learn more about our log cabin kits and how we can help you build the perfect home.

Why you need to buy a Garden Room

A Garden room is becoming an increasingly popular home improvement, and it’s easy to see why.

Garden Room Cheap Glasgow

Garden rooms provide a wonderful space to enjoy the outdoors without having to deal with the elements, and they can be used for a wide variety of purposes.

Whether you want a place to relax, entertain guests, or simply enjoy some peace and quiet, a garden room can be the perfect solution.

Garden rooms are also relatively easy to construct, and they can be designed bespoke to blend in seamlessly with your existing home, whither its traditional or modern. They can also be custom-built to your specifications.

If you’re looking for a way to add value to your property and improve your quality of life, a Garden Room could be the perfect option.

Garden Rooms can also be used as a storage space for outdoor equipment or as a workshop for home improvement projects.

These are typically constructed from high-quality materials, such as Scandinavian or Northern Spruce.

They provide a great space to relax and unwind away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. They can also be used as an extra living room, playroom or office, providing valuable extra space for your family.

Garden rooms are also relatively easy and straightforward to construct, meaning you can enjoy your new extension in no time at all.

So why not take advantage of your outdoor space and invest in a Garden Room today?

How Customisable Is A Log Cabin?

You’ve been browsing the bespoke log cabin section of our website, and now you’re curious as to what exactly this means. Well, you’re in the right place. At Logspan, we offer a range of customisation options, so you can create the bespoke building suit your situation and be what you need.

What is a bespoke log cabin?

Ordering a bespoke cabin means we tailor it to your needs. The Logspan team will go through every customisable feature available and ensure we do everything we can to make the log cabin, gazebo, or garage of your dreams. This means those beautiful log cabins you’ve been gazing at on Pinterest can be your reality!

Why you might require a bespoke log cabin

There are a few reasons you might require a bespoke log cabin.

  1. Size – Have you carved out the perfect space for your log cabin, and you’re desperate to make it fit? A bespoke log cabin means we’ll ensure the building fits your garden, not the other way around.

Custom sizing is also beneficial for those who want to engage in a particular activity in their log cabin.

  1. Aesthetics – If you’re a visual person with a love of home interiors, you might have the perfect log cabin ingrained in your mind. With our bespoke building service, you can tailor your cabin to perfection (right down to the wood and timber!)
  1. Make alterations to a model you love – You might already like one of our popular models, but you feel a few changes would make it the perfect accompaniment to your garden. Perhaps you require thicker wood for your climate, or you prefer a different style of window. We can talk through elements of our existing buildings you’d like to keep or change.

Bespoke log cabin options

What can I customise?

Designing a custom log cabin can feel daunting, especially if you have no experience. But, with the Logscape team, you’ll be able to create a log cabin beyond your wildest dreams. We know investing in an outside building is a big step, which is why we do everything we can to make your customisation simple yet effective. We don’t cut corners or overlook any element of your cabin. Log thickness ranges from 28, 40, 45, 58, 70 and 92mm! And we offer custom sizing and design on all projects.

You can pick your windows, doors, colour, roof tiles, roof overhang, steps, patio, shape, and so much more!

How can I start customising my log cabin?

You can start your building customisation today. We recommend researching different cabins and looking at our most popular log cabins first. Make a note of the elements you like on these models. You’ll soon have a rough idea of the features and visuals you want your cabin to have. When you’re ready to take the next step, reach out to the professional building team at Logspan. We’ll be able to help with any design queries before bringing your bespoke log cabin to life.