The Bret Family - Pent/Flat Roof Cabins
The Bret Log Cabin range comes has 44mm thick walls which means that you can use this building all year round when insulated in the roof and floor. The timber that is used in this building is nordic spruce timber which is naturally slow grown in Estonia where Palmako are based. All of the timber used in this building, including the timber for the windows, doors and logs are manufactured in Estonia.
The building as standard has been priced to include the optional 19mm roof boards, however if you would like a price for any of these cabins without the floor boards, please give us a call on 01362 470075 or email us at email@example.com. The 19mm roof boards give a higher quality feel and provide a great amount of natural insulation, however if you do plan to use these buildings all year round we do recommend that you purchase the optional roof and floor insulation kit available to keep the building warm through all seasons.
The double doors and large single windows allow for plenty of light to enter the building, naturally lighting the log cabin which makes this building a great summerhouse or garden home office. The double glazed units in each building are 3mm or glass either side of a 6mm cavity. This allows for better heat retention in the windows and doors.
These cabins can also be pre-treated at an extra charge to either brown, grey or clear/white which lasts for approximately 1 year before you will need to re-treat the building. The building is delivered in a water-tight pallet which protects the timber before unpacking and fitting however once constructed if not treated, you will want to treat the timber inside and out with a high quality preservative. Alternatively, you could opt for the pre-treatment service which ensures that all grooves and boards are treated before delivery which means that you do not have to worry about treating the building soon after installation.
These timber buildings are all made to be under 2.5m to the ridge height which means in most cases planning permission is not required however we do always advise you to check with your local planning authority should you be concerned.