The Lisa log cabin is under 2.5m high, negating the need to gain permission form your local planning department (although it’s always best to check). Light is no problem in this cabin, due to the six sizeable windows. The glazed windows and doors are also openable ensuring control over temperature. The light makes it an inspiring creative space providing a great area for you inner artist or a fantastic office, safe from the distractions of the house.
The Lisa has space to take a nap, meditate, or have a chat and drink with your friends. With 19.4sq m of floor area, you can fit chairs, tables – a perfect area to spend an afternoon or evening socialising.
This garden room is insulated enough to keep you warm. The 34mm timber walls mean the Lisa can be used as a garden room or office all year round. 19mm roof and floorboards and the option to add roofing felt add to the warmth levels and keep out those unwanted draughts.
Some of the other methods used to insulate and boost the longevity and durability of this timber garden room are Nordic spruce logs, meaning the grain is closer and the timber is more robust than wood grown in southern Europe. Wooden water gutters, storm braces, metal door sills and pressure-treated foundation joists all help the cabin to withstand wind, rain, snow and damp.