The wood used to construct bespoke log cabins is usually the perfect material to create a warm building.
There are many reasons for this, including the ability of these planks to preserve the heat inside your outdoor huts and gazebos.
Wood offers natural thermal insulation, which is important during the colder seasons. Bespoke log cabins made from good quality wood will also be cooler in the summer and warmer times.
The ability of timber to naturally warm up and cool down your log cabins or barbeque sheds means that these themselves become eco structures that have little to no negative impact on the environment.
To increase the insulation properties of log cabins, twin skin options are also available. This means that a cavity not only in the walls but also in the floor and ceilings are filled with insulation materials.
It is often deemed unnecessary to insulate the walls of bespoke log cabins, as the emphasis is often on insulating the floor and roof. However, any cabins with a wall less than forty-four millimetres thick may need additional padding.
Regardless of the thickness of the wood, if you intend to use your garden cabin room as somewhere to relax, it may be worthwhile considering adding extra insulation.
Alternatively, adding thick curtains to double glazed windows or wool carpets on floors will increase the warmth inside your log cabins.
Discuss your options for bespoke log cabins with us here at Logspan. Give us a call now, or visit the store to chat with one of our expert team members.