I know from talking to you on social media that a lot of you would love to have a Log Cabin but don’t think it would fit in your garden. I always advise that our Log Cabins come in a variety of different sizes, from as little as W2.5m x D2.0m (Drew Log Cabin) to as big as W5.9m x D11.0m (Vanguard Grande XL Log Cabin), but some of you are still hesitant. After a little bit of digging, I found out that this hesitation is because you think that a Log Cabin will take over your garden and not leave any space for you to unwind in the evening or entertain friends on the weekend. Our Coronet Log Cabin range (which can be found simply by clicking ‘Corner’ on the filter on the left hand side of our website) combines the high quality of our rectangular Log Cabins without taking up too much space in your garden.
The Coronet range will fit flawlessly in the corner of your garden without overwhelming your garden. They may look relatively small in size but don’t be fooled, our Coronet Log Cabin range has plenty of space inside for you to fill. The slight pitch of the 19mm roof is supported further by heavy duty roof beams (either 140mm/210mm); helps prevent unsightly sagging over time. This additional height means even the tallest amongst your friends (well up to approx 6’ 4” at least) can walk around comfortably inside rather than feeling cramped. On a decorative level, the internal height of the Log Cabin means it can fit in plenty of tall furniture such as high backed chairs, floor lamps and – if you are using your Coronet Log Cabin as a garden office – filing cabinets.
As with the rest of our Log Cabin range, our Coronet Log Cabin range features sunlight versions. Our Sunlight Log Cabin feature larger panes of glass in the windows and doors of our cabins than the 0.55 (1’ 9”) x 0.91 m (2’ 11”) that commonly comes as standards with our Coronet Log Cabin. The panes of glass that come as standard in our Coronet Sunlight Log Cabin are 0.75m (2’ 5”) x 1.41m (4’ 7”) and made from 4mm toughened glass as standard. These large panes of glass not only let in plenty of natural light, the benefits of which are well documented, but are also stronger than those commonly found in garden buildings available on the market. It is harder to break than 3mm horticultural glass frequently supplied on the market and it’s harder to scratch than the inferior styrene, acrylic or Perspex some of our competitors use so your Coronet Log Cabin will look great for far longer.
Whether you are a DIY expert, or an amateur with a little bit of know-how, you’ll be able to build our Coronet Log Cabin easily. This is not just down to the detailed instructions we provide with your Log Cabin but because of its unique design. Our Spruce panels feature deep tongue and groove within the timber which helps it fit together like a jigsaw puzzle. The deep tongue and groove also allows for the natural movement of the timber throughout the year, avoiding the presence of unsightly gaps appearing. Unlike other Log Cabins on the market, our Log Cabins feature adjustable storm braces which allow the logs to settle and move without gaps.
All of our Log Cabins come with pressure treated bearers as standard. This non toxic, copper chrome treatment prevents the timber becoming infested by insects or rotting for at least 10 years without the need to annually apply treatment – we know because we guarantee them for just that. We’ve gone one better and, within our range of untreated Log Cabins (which are ideal for personalising how you want), we have fully pressure treated Log Cabins available. Like our bearers, these are fully pressure treated giving you a high level of protecting. This also means you don’t have to worry about finding the time amongst your busy schedule to treat your Log Cabin. Once it’s built, it’s good to go!
To view our Log Cabin range, visit our website (There is a filter on the left hand side where you can choose size, tier, shape, budget etc.) or call our sales team on 01234 272 445. Alternatively, if you would prefer we call you, fill in our Contact us page and we will get back to you. As always, feel free to ask any questions in the comments section below.