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'Rome' log cabin
'Rome' log cabin
5x3m, 44mm Log cabin, double glazed!

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'Natali' log cabin
'Natali' log cabin
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Assembly FAQ

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Introduction
Building your log cabin is easier than you think. Detailed instructions accompany each kit, but the following is intended to only give an indication of how easy cabins are to construct. Piece by piece the components fit together to create a cabin that is at once appealing and enduring. The result is a DIY job to be proud of.
Thorough preparation is the key to success. Familiarize yourself with the instructions, floor plan, and components list as soon as cabin is unloaded. Make sure the ground is firm and level.
And don't worry if you have neither the time nor the inclination to build it yourself; we may be able to suggest a suitable builder to do the job, failing that any reputable builder should be able to do the job for you.
Foundations
A firm, level base is essential. Remove all organic material from the area on which you intend to build. Then lay concrete slabs, or compressed gravel to support the cabin's foundation timbers.
An alternative is to lay the foundations timbers on supports spaced no more than 600mm apart. For concrete or slab foundations we recommended laying a moisture barrier (plastic sheeting or roofing felt) between the foundation timbers and the underlying foundations.
Windows. All cabins include real glass and removable cross bars, opening/closed mechanism and hinges.
Doors. All entrance doors are right-handed. 

Windows & Doors
Doors and windows are supplied as finished units, and simply srew with surround boards to wall elements. 

 
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