When purchasing your bespoke log cabins, it is common to buy those that come in a standard size.
Although this may be suitable for your needs, there may be times when you need to make some changes to the dimensions. There are a number of reasons for doing this, ranging from adding more space to outdoor huts and gazebos, or simply changing the floor plan.
There are several ways of adjusting the size of log cabins or other outdoor structures, and one of the easiest ways is by adding or changing your doors and windows. By using this method, additional rooms may be created to expand your structures. Alternatively, these units may be removed altogether, creating a larger, more uninterrupted space.
Adding height is another way of changing the aspect of these structures, such as hot tub garden rooms or indoor barbeque rooms. Making small adjustments to the roof can achieve this, but it is important to stay within the height guidelines to avoid having to apply for planning permission. The additional elevation will make log cabins feel much roomier.
Adjusting the canopies of bespoke log cabins will ensure that extra space is added. Adding height and width to these will create an outdoor room, which can be used for a range of activities.
Here at Logspan, we have a team of experts on hand to discuss any element of your log cabin or outdoor structure. Give us a call, or drop by our store to speak to our staff.