One of the easiest and most convenient places to build log cabins is in your own back garden.
An advantage of these bespoke log cabins is that they can be used for a wide range of purposes, such as hobbies, relaxation or as a school cabin.
The design of a garden cabin room can vary, and is often down to personal preferences. You should also factor in the location of the cabin, and take into account the features of your garden. The windows of these sorts of log cabins, for example, can be either fixed or moveable, and can be double glazed or made with toughened glass.
Other features of garden rooms in the UK could include verandas, porches and other decked areas. These add extra living and working spaces to the structure, and offer a place to relax during the warmer months.
The thickness of the wooden planks for these log cabins is also important, and you may opt to build your log cabins with wood up to forty four millimetres thick, if your cabin will be in a part of the garden that is exposed to the elements and has no shelter. This level of thickness will protect you and your family during the colder months.
A garden cabin room can be built in different styles including an A-frame, Alaskan style or with a dovetail notch technique.
Contact our experts at Logspan today to discuss with a member of our team about the different log cabin options we have available.