There are many reasons why getting a garden log cabin can be an advantage. Cosy and warm enough to use all year round, durable and strong, they’re perfect for getting away from it all, or entertaining guests, and will bring a touch of luxury to your garden.
One of the greatest advantages is the many uses they can be put to. Whether you want a home studio, a private retreat, a pub at the end of the garden, or a workshop and studio, such as The Great Pottery Throw Down contestant Rainna who covered her shed in to her pottery studio.
Larger cabins can have multiple rooms, meaning they can be multipurpose. Entertain your guests in one room, and have your private study in another. Whatever purpose you can think of, whatever use you may have in mind, the possibilities are endless.
Wood acts as a natural insulator, so your log cabin is always going to remain warmer in winter, and cooler in the summer. With it not requiring much heating, it will remain low on energy consumption, saving you money, and helping the environment. Wood is also a renewable resource, making it all the more eco-friendly.
Their construction means they’re strong and solid enough to be totally weatherproof. Even the harshest of winters won’t dull the pleasure of being able to escape to the cabin to relax or work in comfort. They’re incredibly long lasting, durable, and will last a lifetime.
They’re available in all sizes and shapes, so no matter the size of your garden, there will always be options for building to compliment your garden and house. If you’re interested in building a garden log cabin in the UK, then contact us today.
Author - Martin Corby
Posted - 24 Jan 2020
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