DetailsAshford 250x200cm 28mm thick Log Cabin
▪ wall thickness: 28 mm
▪ wall outside dimension: 250 x 200 cm (W/D)
▪ roof overhang: F = 50 cm, L/R/B = 30 cm
▪ wall height f: 217 cm, wall height b: 203,5 cm
▪ roof area: 9,00 m², slope 4 degrees
▪ wall area: 20,3 m²
▪ cubic contents: 10,5 m³
▪ double door: 150 x 197 cm (8x frosted glass insert)
▪ window: 100 x 40 cm turn
The Ashford log cabin is a traditional log cabin construction made with carefully selected and high quality logs, theses logs from Northern European Sustainable Forests are then machined to a very high precision for easy construction. This tongue and grooved windlock construction system helps protect your cabin from the elements as it creates a firm barrier and a higher stability.
By adding roof shingles to your cabin roof you will provide the best protection against the elements,you can choose to have rectangular or round roof felt shingles with an option of colours, the amourglass shingle which has a higher bitumen content and thicker fiberglass inserts, but for a luxury look why not add the wood effect thick layer large size felt shingle in natural shades.
A great way to harvest rainwater with your new cabin is to add gutteing and a downpipe, the downpipe can be placed into a water barrel or container collecting any rain water, this water can then be used on your garden plants
All log cabins need a solid flat foundation that is level and strong enough to with stand the weight of the cabin without any movement in the foundation base, it is very important to get the base right as your new log cabin will not sit properly on an uneven built base.
You can also customise this log cabin model to suit your personal requirements by adding different options so that you get the log cabin of your dreams.
Other Possible Options:Extensions
Fixed Georgian bars (brass) between the panes
(Options available for door and window fittings)
Please Note: If you have selected not to make use of our fork lift service, you must then supply your own fork lift for the off loading of your log cabin.