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Ben Clockhouse Log Cabin 5.5x4m with Canopy

Ben Clockhouse Log Cabin 5.5x4m with Canopy
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Price: £7764.91
Offer Price: £7033.92
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Cat No 40.08201
Delivery Time: 7 - 14 Working Days
European Number: 8715819080946
Log Thickness 70mm Logs
Overall Dimensions 9.30 x 4.00m
Internal Dimensions 5.16m x 3.66m
Minimum Base Size 9.10 x 3.80m
Log Cabin Height 3.51m
Roof Type Transverse Apex
Doors Double Door
Canopy or Porch 3.80m Side Canopy
Verandah Canopy
Window Type Tilt and turn window
Glass Type Double Glazed
Multi Rooms N/A
Size Group Width Log Cabins up to 6m wide
Size Group Length Log Cabins up to 4m length
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The Ben 70mm Clockhouse Log Cabin measures 5.5x4m and has a side covered porch measuring 3.8m. The Ben Clockhouse is constructed using 70mm interlocking wall logs and double glazed. Feature above the double doors is a clock tower that can be added or left off as required. Overall the building is 9.30 x 4.0m

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Manufactured using 70mm interlocking logs, the Clockhouse Log Cabin combines a classic English feel with a touch of Scandinavia. With a front gable above the double doors, capture the full essence of the Clockhouse. Offering a spacious interior and six opening windows, two sets of double doors. Another additional window set is featured in the canopy wall, the canopy can be installed either side of the cabin to fit your needs.

This log cabin lends itself to a number of possibile uses; additional living space, a playroom, home office and with the benefit of a covered area for outdoor dining. The cabin would be an amazing addition for use as a poolhouse.

Built using only first rate Spruce, all timber is specially selected to conform to Dutch standards. These standards do not allow different timbers to be mixed or finger jointing, the process whereby short lengths are used to create the full building length, and contributes to the longevity of a garden building.

All Tuin log cabins are supplied untreated and will require treatment as soon as they have been installed. Tuin offers a great range treatment options including paints, stains and impregnation fluid. Contact us if you are interested in having your building pressure treated.

The Ben Clockhouse Log Cabin features as standard:
  • 70mm interlocking wall logs
  • Conical tongue and groove for stability
  • Double glazed
  • Two Double door sets
  • Six windows - plus window set in canopy wall.
  • Quality door and window fittings
  • Real glass
  • Roofing felt or FREE shingles
  • Tanalised foundation beams
  • Fixing kit and instruction manual
  • Wind and watertight connections
  • Minimum 16mm Tongue and Groove Roof Boards
  • Overall Dimensions: 9.30m x 4.0m
  • Building Footprint: 9.10m x 3.80m
  • Internal Dimensions: 5.16m x 3.66m
  • Canopy: 3.80m
  • Ridge Height: 3.51m
  • Eaves Height: 2.23m
  • Door Height (including frame): 1.95m
  • Overhang: 0.20m
Quality check:
  • No Mixed timbers known as Spruce and Pine mix
  • Spruce timber is used throughout this log cabin
  • 5% Finger Joints
  • Wind and Watertight Log Connection
  • 10 year anti rot promise
  • 14% moisture content
  • Dutch Standards

Optional Extras:

  • Coloured Felt Roof Shingles
  • Metal Roof tiles
  • 18mm Wooden Floor 
  • 27mm Heavy Duty Wooden Floor
  • Profiled Drainage Foundation Beams 
  • Storm Kit
  • Air Vent
  • Guttering 100mm
  • Carefree treatment 69 liters
  • Embadecor Stain 29 liters
  • Embalan Paint 29 liters - (Embadecor Undercoat Required)
  • Impregnation Fluid 15 liters
  • Immersion Impregnation treatment in Green, Silvery Grey or Brown

FREE roof Shingles: As a standard building you can select either roofing felt or FREE shingles. We cannot guarantee which colour or shape will be sent.  We will always let you know the colour and style following your order.  It is rarely possible to change those offered as it is dependant on our stocks.

Free shingles for this Clockhouse Log Cabin 5.5x4m are the same quality as our standard range and made by the same manufacturer.  However, they are last years stock and old range colours, also some packaging may not be 'as new'.

Standard Roof Shingles: These are from our standard catalogue range and are available in various colours and styles.

We highly recommend shingles with your log cabin:  The final finish is far more superior and turns a shed into a stunning log cabin. Ordinary felt will last two - three years.  Shingles will last for at least 15 years and it is unlikely you will ever need to replace them.

Approximate Delivery Time: 7 - 14 Working Days

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An installers walkthrough of a Ben Clockhouse Log Cabin
Average customer rating:
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3 Most recent customer reviews (see all reviews):
Jul 22, 2017
Well, the first thing to say is that these comments are about a log cabin ... a Ben Clockhouse Log Cabin. So, whilst I can comment on customer service thus far - which has been very good indeed - right from the questions before order, placing the order (and, come on, which other company do you know refuses to take your money when you place an order...instead asks for it when the order is 'ready' to be completed.....), arranging for collection (I live on an Island) and really swift response to a question about the plans. You cannot fault this aspect of the service (in my case and in my view) and one would recommend this company many times just from this aspect alone but....... this is about a log cabin and not the service of a company.

So, I suggest the company changes the star rating straight away. I suggest there should be seven stars (much like the burj al arab hotel in Dubai!) to choose from. You cannot do justice to this with just five stars!

That's because this log cabin is no ordinary log cabin. Oh no. This is a log cabin of breathtaking quality the likes of rarely (if ever) seen in (I'm sad to say) British products. This is substantial timber - 70mm thick - free from major blemish or distortion (remarkable given wood is a natural product) as the start point for the material but just elevated to another level by the accuracy and detail of machining (surely computer aided cutting...?) which is an absolute and utter joy to construct. This is nothing like any shed/cabin I have ever seen in my life in a residential setting and is more akin to a building that is built to withstand the elements for many years to come - maybe even generations - preserving the people inside without any problem or trouble.! Possibly a tornado even.

I have returned to the cabin twice in the past hour (it's now two days since I started to build and have just light weight roofing timber boards and shingles to add) to just stare and admire the overall build and the joints.... I'm astonished that when you rub the lengths of timber there is nothing whatsoever on your hands... no dust. It's unheard of from just about any timber purchases you make (for example, grab hold of finished timber lengths in B&Q to see how much dust you get on your hands....) and joints that just fit, and when fitted, are accurate, tight, clean and precise are truly magnificent.
Doors and windows that are of the utmost quality, double glazed, with great furniture and windows, my goodness, that have fittings to open them two ways ....this is something else in terms of detail and quality.
I'm going to modify roofing to include a thicker insulation and retain the timber 'ceiling' look by boarding out on top and fixing shingles to that whilst fixing (28mm) flooring/roofing boards to the underside of the joists - instead of on top of them.
I havn't read too many reviews here but unless I am the luckiest person alive this product is one that is above and beyond any other similar a country mile.

I appreciated the many video tutorials online and that prompted me to spend over a day getting the foundation beams (I used heavier than those supplied for a number of reasons) absolutely level and square and I know that because of this attention to detail the build up was perfect and without any problems at all.

I would say, personally, that the whole cabin build is not difficult but it is at the outer edge of DIY skills. You also really need a small scaffold of about 6 feet high to be safe and easy when fitting the heavy and higher purlings.... I wouldn't personally risk doing this off a ladder and you cannot build this cabin alone without great difficulty. That's not a criticism at all ...just an observation from the experience of doing it and one that I would have expected when one sees the strength, sturdiness and quality of this cabin.

I have work to do to make the inside as we want and I am considering painting the outside with a Sage coloured paint (must be the favourite outdoor colour currently because the shelves of numbers of suppliers have all the colours bar Sage!

As for value for money this is as good a feature as the quality of the product. Finished, a cabin of this quality would likely cost in excess of £25,000 to complete (in my view) and I doubt that even the best carpenters around could produce a finish as good as this. I expect my finished costs (and that's with everything including transport, labour, foundations, extra roofing, insulation, electirs etc.) to be a fair way under half of that.

That sort of money for this sort of quality is a rare find truly is.

So, without enthusing even further over minute detail.... if you want a substantial log cabin, of the highest quality at a more than reasonable cost and are interested in the attention to detail, the build, the quality and the finished building ..... don't even bother looking elsewhere. Get one of these! Thanks to Tuin for this..
Mr. Simon McBain
Nov 30, 2015
The quality of this log cabin is superb and I cannot rate it highly enough. I built it myself without any problems (I am not a joiner) and it was a dream to go together. Although I built it up over evenings and weekends when I had spare time, I would say that you would expect approx. 30 - 40 hrs to build excluding the roof shingles and I did not include the clock housing part.
Mr whisson
Nov 8, 2015
We are so happy with our summer house . The quality is amazing And the service we received from Turin was very good It was delivered on time and we use one of their contractors to construct it Which they've done with minimal effort We will be so looking forward to using this in the summer or possibly even in the winter as he is so sturdy .

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