Timber - All our cabins are manufactured from either Spruce or Russian Redwood, your cabin may be machined from either depending on what is available to the mill at point of production. If you have a preference, please advise. Note : There maybe a delay in delivery if this is requested whilst we wait for the preferred timber to come through the production line.
Matching interlocking wall boards creating a stylish balustrade
Extra Doors and Windows
We can supply the following additional doors and windows :
The units will be supplied complete with frame boards to mount the item into the opening. New openings can be cut according to the required location and size of unit. Make sure you allow additional space around the unit for expansion and contraction
850 x 1860
Double Door (Solid)
1295 x 1860
Double Door (Half Glazed)
1295 x 1860
Double Door (Fully Glazed)
1295 x 1860
485 x 505
700 x 910
Single Window Tall
700 x 1320
1380 x 910
To purchase these units, please call the office.
Select your postcode to find out installation costs :
Installation Details / Terms
The cabin installation service is available throughout the UK and is carried out by approved contractors.
You will need to provision a prepared base, this must be firm, level and stable. If the installation team are not satisfied with the condition on arrival, further charges may be made for rectification work in order to proceed with installation. At worse, the installation may have to be postponed, with a chargeable fee of 30% of original costs for a second visit. By agreeing to installation you accept these terms.
Due to scheduling it may not be possible to coincide delivery and installation on the same day, but generally, installation is carried out within a few days of delivery.
The installation team will require access to 240v power supply. Extension leads will be provided.
Guarantee - 12 months on workmanship.
All packaging will be left in a tidy state but disposal is the responsibility of the customer.
All fees associated with installation are paid directly to the installation team and as such your contract is between yourself and the contractor
By agreeing to installation you accept these terms
When adding installation into the basket, you will only be charged a £30.00 retainer. The balance for installation will be paid directly to the installation team on satisfactory completion of the install.
Additional Services :
Concrete base construction.
Timber base construction.
External and internal timber treatment.
Insulation for under floor and ceiling.
Rystix Exterior Armadek
Rystix Timbercare Brochure
Rystix Exterior Armadek
Superior quality water based, ultra tough, long life, UV resistant, weatherproof coating for use on all exterior timber directly or indirectly exposed to harsh weather and strong sunlight. Armadek forms a tough wear resistant coating on the surface of the timber and is designed to protect wooden decks, but can be used on any exterior timber. Armadek is quick drying, low in odour and easy to apply.
During the check out process (see this on a short video here) you have the choice of paying the full amount or a deposit to secure the order. The deposit required is 30% of the total order fee. Should you choose the deposit option, we will contact you when your cabin is due for delivery to take the balance payment. We accept Mastercard, Visa and bank transfers as a means of payment.
Q - would it be possible to replace a side window with an extra door
A - Yes, not a problem. Approx price for additional door - £160. Date answered - 26 Aug 2014
Q - hi will be purchasing one of nottingham cabins in the future but i want to have a ceramic tiled floor put in so will therefore like to know if it is possible not to have the wooden floor installed but instead have the cabin bolted to the concrete base leaving a bare concrete floor on which to lay a ceramic floor if that makes sense thanks
A - Yes, this wouls be possible, you would need to ensure the bottom log was properly treated against wateringress and seal between this first log and the concrete with some form of mastic / silicon. Date answered - 8 Oct 2012
Q - Hi, can you deliver this cabin to Co. Wicklow in Ireland? If so, please send a delivery quotation. Thank you.
A - Sorry, we are unable to ship to Ireland. Date answered - 9 Aug 2012
Q - I am very intrested in the Nottingham log cabin, Do you know where I can see one on display?I live in Bicester, OxonRegards
A - Unfortunately we currently do not have a display unit in your area. Should you have any specific questions, please call or email. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - Is it possible to change the doors around to suit my site i would need the outside door on the right side of the biulding and swope the doubble door and the window around
A - Yes - the cabin is reversible as required. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - do you need planning permission
A - In theory no, however we would strongly recomend you contact your local planning office to confirm their requirements. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - How much will it cost to insulate the roof/floor and walls?
A - We do not offer any specific insulation kits for our cabins. You would have to source the materials from your local builders merchants. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - you mention that long nails are necessary to secure the roof. I live in a windy, coastal area and am wondering how the high roof will stand up to gale-force winds. Should extra-long nails be used?
A - If you have concerns, suggest you use ringed nails as used through a nail gun or screw the roof boards to the joists.. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - price in american dollars
A - We are unable to ship to the USA, is this what you were hoping ?. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - Is planning permission needed for aNottingham log cabin in our garden? Also, do you have an erection service or is it strictly self build?SJB
A - Suggest you consult your local planning office to ensure compliance. Installation is available in the East Grinstead locality. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - Hi, very interested in your Nottingham log cabin, can you tell me if the 4.5m width is the max external width including roof overhang either side or not? Does it come in 4.0m width? Many thanks, Mitch.
A - The 4.5m length refers to the full log length. Internal width is approx. 4252mm. The roof overhangs by a further 200mm approx each side.No, the Nottingham is only available in this size. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - can we have this model with no internal walls, and an open upper bedroom only
A - Unfortunately not, all the external wall logs are cut to accommodate the cross braces for the internal walls.. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - hi, do i need planning permission for these log cabins
A - In theory no, however we strongly advise you consult your local planning office as each area do have their own sub directions !. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - do you deliver to co Galway Eire?
A - Sorry - no. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - would you need planning permission to put this in a garden?
A - In theory, no. All the dimensions fall within permitted deveopment.If you are n any doubt, give your local planning office a call. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - COULD YOU GIVE ME A PRICE FOR DELIVERY TO CORK IRELAND
A - Sorry, we are unable to deliver to Ireland. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - Do you do an insulation pack for this cabin?
A - Unfortunately there is nothing available "off the shelf" for this cabin. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - I have recently purchased a log cabin similar to those that you supply. What heating would you recommend that I use?
A - There are no hard and fast rules. It may depend on what fuel type is readily available.Options include electric heaters or gas, including bottle fed appliances.In some instances, with careful application it is possible to fit up a wood burnng stove. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - do you need a base for cabin or is it included
A - Yes, you will need a concrete base on which to site the cabin. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - hi does your published price include VAT ? ie nottingham building £4990 inc vet or not ?
A - Yes - this price includes VAT. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - do you need planning permission for this?
A - In theory no, all dimensions fall within the standard guidelines.If in any doubt, contact your local plannig office. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - Can you arrange delivery to Dublin Ireland; at what cost, what is the expected assembly time and how much would it cost ? Regards Tommy
A - Sorry, we are unable to ship to Dublin. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - any extra protection needed under the shingle tiles? and are these stuck as well as being nailed?under
A - No, the shingles can be placed directrly onto the roof boards. 5 nails per "slab" is required as they will adhere to the tiles above by the bitumen pasted on the tile from manufacture. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - can the doors be positioned on the long wall rather than the gable end?
A - Sorry, no. Not on this cabin. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - do you need planning permission
A - In theory no, but if in any doubt, always check with your local planning office. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - How nuch would it cost to deliver to the Isle of Arran?
A - We are only able to deliver to the port on UK mainland. Onward transportation would have to be arranged by yourself. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - Would it be possible to self assemble on a pre-prepared base. Also once constructed would you say that the Nottingham would be suitable for occassional guest accomodation?Thank you
A - The Nottingham can be constructed by any persons with general building or DIY skills without to much trouble. The "loft" area is only suitable for storage or very small people sleeping area as it is only 5ft at the pitch. Otherwise, the cabin is most suited with its multi room layout.. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011
Q - Hi there, Is it possible to use the Nottingham as an office in winter? Would it be o.k (with appropriate safeguards) to install a pot bellied coal stove?
A - In most cases a 44mm log is sufficient for all year round use - it depends on your location and how severe the winter weather gets!It would be appropriate to insulate both the roof and floor, the easiest methods are to place polystrene between floor joists, place a celotex type board onto the supplied roof boards and cover this with a 12mm ply before covering with the roofing material. Coal stoves are ok with appropriate safeguards. Date answered - 11 Oct 2011