With the growing popularity of people owning their own bespoke log cabins, there comes new techniques and technologies designed to make the process of building log cabins easier.
For example, log cornering is a way of making sure square shaped outdoor huts and gazebos do not have protruding planks at the edges of the structure. This means that these log cabins, often built in more urban areas, are sleek and look contemporary.
There are also now new processes that can shape log panels into bespoke shapes and sizes. Using this technology means you can design your garden cabin room to your own specifications, and the internal floor plans can also be unique with various angles and corners.
Although dovetail joints are common connectors for many garden rooms in the UK, there are other ways of connecting posts and beams. Many are designed to be watertight and weather resistant so they are sturdier in more adverse conditions, which adds extra stability to the structure all year round.
Log profiling means that you have a choice of materials on offer when considering building your bespoke log cabins. Hard and soft woods both bring their own set of advantages, and each type of wood available is classified by strength, convenience and ease of use. This enables you to select which is best for you and your specific log cabins project.
If you are considering purchasing a log cabin or other garden structure, visit us at Logspan today. Our expert team will be happy to help guide you though the process.