Although many people think that bespoke log cabins are mainly to be used during the summer months, the colder times of the year are also a perfect opportunity to enjoy your outdoor huts and gazebos.
It is important though to make sure your structure is warm and cosy, whether it is a garden cabin room or a Swedish BBQ hut.
To retain the heat inside your log cabins, there are several easy techniques to adopt. For example, the glazing in doors, windows and even your roofs should be at least double glazed, and triple glazing is even better. Since these parts of your garden office cabin are usually where most of the heating is lost, it is definitely worth considering this option.
Insulating the floors and walls of your log cabins is another important step. These parts of your log cabins or hot tub garden rooms are another major source of heat loss. There are many different types of insulation available for log cabins, so it is important to choose the most appropriate type, whether you are after a high tech variety or a more environmentally friendly option.
To really maximise the heat in your bespoke log cabins or indoor barbeque rooms, underfloor heating should be considered. This method of heating log cabins is energy efficient, and also takes up no floor space with bulky radiators.
Our staff at Logspan are on hand to speak to you about our log cabins, and how you may enjoy them at any time of the year. Contact us now to discuss our products, and let us answer any questions you may have.