Lisa 2 - 4.5m x 3.3m - 44mm Log Cabin - Under 2.5m

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Description

This Log Cabin at 15ft x 10ft gives tons of space for many different uses and activities, this spacious building can be used as a garden office, workshop, hobby or general garden room. The Lisa 2 Log Cabin with 44mm Logs is a fantastic, cheap alternative to converting your garage or study into a fully functional office from where you can start your own business or expand on the existing. With double glazing and knee-height windows this building allows for light to flow into the room easily, only two windows and set of double doors does mean that these can easily be covered with blinds should you require.

Please note that this Lisa 2 log cabin was previously known on our website as the Jody Log Cabin

Please Note: Although all of our cabins come with FREE Delivery, this is only applicable for England and Wales. Scotland requires an additional delivery charge so please call us on 01362470075 if you require a price for delivery to Scotland.

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 All the information on the Warranty for this Cabin or Summerhouse can be found here in our Palmako Warranty Section

 

Please click the below image to download the installation guide for this building. The installation guide provides you with the floor plans, specification and also full parts list.

Lisa 2 Installation Guide

Additional Details

SKU:
102197
Base Size:
4.5m x 3.3m
Roof Style:
Pent
Ridge Height:
Under 2.5m
Log Thickness:
44mm
Double Glazing:
Yes

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3 Reviews

  • 5
    Very pleased with the Palmako Lisa 2!

    Published by Hilary on 16th Jun 2022

    I love my cabin and am really starting to enjoy working/being in it (art studio and chill out room), now that summer is here. It feels nice and solid, smells lovely and creates a very relaxing room to be in. I ordered the cabin in March 2021, but due to sudden high demand for garden buildings during the pandemic, shortage and increase in cost of materials, followed by shipping problems, it didn't arrive until the beginning of November. Obviously, this was beyond the control of Cabins Unlimited and they did their best to expedite things, over the 8 months, and despite the increase in costs, they were gracious enough not to pass it on to the customer. As it was late Autumn when it arrived, we decided not to try to build it ourselves, and paid for it to be constructed. Two chaps arrived very early the day after it was delivered and put it up in 4 hours - Amazing! It would have taken us at least 4 days. It was worth the wait and the only slight problem now is how to deal with the slight gapping that has occurred between the short logs between the windows and doors, in 3 places. I guess it's just the natural movement of the wood, and I'm not too concerned.

  • 5
    Very happy

    Published by Jim Green on 30th Jan 2018

    Very happy with the cabin, it is solid and well insulated and will serve me well both in the winter and the summer months. Installation was superb, Daniel and Leon fitted the Cabin with swift efficiency and worked hard even in the pouring rain!

  • 5
    Great Cabin

    Published by Darren on 1st Jun 2017

    There's a lot to think about when planning a cabin - location, base, size, planning permission (avoiding the need for it in my case), how you will use it etc. Deciding the type of base was the biggest head ache. I chose to do a concrete base due to the nature of the site. It wasn't the easiest option because the site is a long way from access points so all materials had to be barrowed from the drive. I used 6 ton bags of type I MOT and 3m3 of ready mix concrete just for the base. More MOT and slate chippings for surrounding path (all around cabin) and hard area to the front. I decided on this cabin because it fit all my requirements. Not disappointed. The cabin was easy to fit together. There were a couple of logs that were very, very slightly twisted so they needed a bit of persuasion to fit. Instructions a bit vague in places, but once you start it all (literally) slots into place. I decided on the EPDM roof, which was easy to fit (I did it on my own). Niggles: not many. I ended up binning the window stays as I couldn't seem to fit them at an angle where they engaged the pegs properly. I bought nice black monkey tail ones from Broughtons of Leicester along with matching handles - they look amazing! I am delighted with the final results. Have to also comment on excellent help and guidance from Cabins Unlimited when it came to fitting facial boards to the roof. Instructions poor in this respect.

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