A1 LOG CABINS
A1 Log CabinsA1 Cabins are great quality, long-lasting log cabins at sensible prices, all made to your own specification! Our 3D Design Configurator allows you to create your own style and size, choosing from dozens of doors and windows, roof styles and wall thickness. You can create traditional apex roofed log cabins, modern flat roofed cabins, log cabins with larger veranda areas, car garages, gazebos, home offices... the choice is endless.
Each building is made from precision-cut Scandinavian pine, making it easy to assemble, and very long-lasting. They are normally supplied in untreated bare pine ready for you to decorate, however we can also supply them with brown pressure-treated preservative for a long-lasting low-maintenance building, or they can be painted in factory with a choice of popular colours.
Why not play around with our 3D Designer and see what you can create today (no downloads required). It's extremely easy to use, and you can design your perfect garden building in just a few minutes...
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Quality ConstructionThese log cabins are manufactured using high quality, slow-growing, sustainable Scandinavian Pine from well managed FSC or PEFC CERTIFIED forests. All models are constructed throughout using 28mm or 44mm thick tongue and groove timber on the walls, and 18mm T&G on the roof and floor. Please note that NO chipboard or OSB is used in the construction of this building. Our range of A1 Cabins are supplied un-treated as standard, however they can be factory treated with a choice of colours, and doors and windows can be painted too. A1 Cabins can also be supplied pressure-treated for extended life if required. Heavy duty felt shingles are supplied to keep all apex roofs watertight, however we replace this with EPDM rubber sheeting for flat roofs.
These cabins are supplied untreated as standard, or pre-treated with a range of popular colours. We can also supply a pressure-treated option on any cabin.
If you prefer, you can order any of our garden buildings in person from our Scottish display centre near Edinburgh. You can also visit our sister website Simply Summerhouses for more information, however this may not necessarily up to date.