- Mr Wylie who purchased a Classic 2 Log Cabin said "Very pleased with my new garage. Exceptional value"
- Mr Maclean who purchased a Croyde Log Cabin said "Should have kept the floor and roof boards dry before installing - they swelled and made the joints very tight. Otherwise a well thought out design."
- Anna Bland who purchased a Liverpool 6x6 Log Cabin said "Thank you very much for your help in my purchase of the cabin. Its been a pleasure in doing business with you"
- Mr Carey who purchased a Devon 4x3 Log Cabin said "It would have been helpful if a little more written detail was provided explaining completion of the roof, however Garden Adventure responded immediately over the phone and gave excellent advice."
- Mr Parsons who purchased a Camborne 5x3 Log Cabin said "Very good cabin, excellent instructions well thought out,alas rained every day since delivered, look forward to assembling the biggest puzzle I've ever seen.
- Mr Wileman who purchased a Rumak 4x3 Log Cabin said "Garden Adventure service was great no complaints. Product quality is excellent"
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Base Preparation for Log Cabins and Garden Offices
- A well prepared, level base is required to ensure a long lasting installation.
- A variety of materials can create a solid base, such as, concrete, railway sleepers, or paving
slabs positioned on hardcore.
- Buildings should always have a base as large as the floor (base sizes are given in the technical
details for each building). The base sizes given will give you a base that will be approximately
in line with the outside walls of the Garden Office or Log Cabin. This allows for better drainage.
- If you plan to build a concrete base you can either build one large slab of concrete or strip
foundations running perpendicular to the bearers. Strip foundations will give better drainage,
though you will need to use some kind of membrane to prevent the plants that are growing in between
the concrete strips from coming through the floor boards.
- Final finish of your base level should be 20-50mm above ground level.
- Good quality DIY hand
tools such as drills, hammer, screwdrivers, level, tape measure, saw and a ball of string
(to check the diagonals)
- Timber is a natural product. It will contract and expand with various weather conditions. If
left untreated it will deteriorate. You will need to treat your Log Cabin as you assemble it and
periodically after that in order to maintain and prolong it’s beauty and life
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