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Blackpool Log Cabin 4.4 x 3.4m in 58mm logs and Double Glazed

Blackpool Log Cabin 4.4 x 3.4m in 58mm logs and Double Glazed
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Price: £3294.67
Offer Price: £2740.33
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Cat No 40.70011
Delivery Time: 7 - 14 Working Days
European Number: 8715819077625
Log Thickness 58mm Logs
Overall Dimensions 4.40 x 3.40m
Minimum Base Size 4.20 x 3.20m
Log Cabin Height 2.59m
Roof Type Apex Roof
Doors Double Three Quarter Glazed Door
Canopy or Porch 0.90m Front Canopy
Verandah Canopy
Glass Type Double Glazed
Multi Rooms N/A
£2,740.33 Including VAT
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The 58mm Blackpool Log Cabin measuring 4.40m wide x 3.40m deep. Full frontal glazed with an opening window.  Double Glazed and is ideally suited as a Garden office or extra accommodation. The side windows can be placed in either the left or right wall as required.

Limited FREE roof Shingles offer

A very light and airy building with a virtually fully glazed front and three opening windows.

Manufactured using 58mm interlocking logs and offering a spacious interior, this log cabin lends itself to a number of uses; additional living space, garden office, home gym and teenage den just to name a few! 

The timber used to create the wall logs is slow grown Spruce, this variety is chosen for its tight, dense wood grain. Tuin recognise that this produces a high quality garden building that is built to last. To comply with strict Dutch standards, all log cabins are free from finger jointing and mixing of timber species.

Supplied in untreated logs, the Blackpool can be customised to match the style of each garden. This cabin will benefit from added insulation in the roof and floor and is very suited for all year round use.
The Blackpool Log Cabin features as standard:
  • 58mm interlocking wall logs
  • Double Glazing
  • Double conical tongue and groove for stability
  • Double door
  • Opening window - tilt and turn mechanism.
  • Quality door and window fittings
  • Real glass
  • Tanalised foundation beams
  • Standard roofing felt of FREE offer shingles
  • Fixing kit and instruction manual
  • Wind and watertight connections
  • Minimum 16mm Tongue and Groove Roof Boards
  • Overall Dimensions: 4.40m x 3.40m
  • Footprint: 4.20 x 3.20m
  • Canopy size:  90cm
  • Ridge Height: 2.59m
  • Eaves height 2.07m
Quality check:
  • No Mixed timbers known as Spruce and Pine mix
  • Slow grown Spruce
  • No Finger Joints in wall logs
  • Wind and Watertight Log Connection
  • 10 year anti rot promise
  • 14% moisture content
  • Dutch Standards

Optional Extras:

  • Coloured Felt Roof Shingles
  • Metal Roof
  • 18mm Wooden Floor 
  • 27mm Heavy Duty Wooden Floor
  • Storm kit
  • Profiled Drainage Foundation Beams 
  • Air Vent
  • Guttering 100mm
  • Carefree treatment 21 liters
  • Embadecor Stain 9 liters
  • Embalan Paint 9 liters
  • Impregnation Fluid 4.5 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 dependent on our stocks.

Free shingles for this Blackpool 58mm Double Glazed Log Cabin are the same quality as our standard range and made by the same manufacturer. However, they are last year's 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 FREE Delivery*

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Blackpool Log Cabin 4.4 x 3.4m in 58mm logs and Double Glazed
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Average customer rating:
(24 Reviews)  

5 Most recent customer reviews (see all reviews):
Gerry Williamson
Feb 25, 2017
We decided on a log cabin last year & visited six potential suppliers. We came close to ordering when in fine print we found most were self offload at roadside without exception all required monies with initial order & when we entered 'problems with xxx cabins' on google & saw the results we decided to reconsider our purchase. By chance we found Tuin on google & arranged visit & after a chat with Richard & much deliberation we decided on a 58mm log double glazed Blackpool cabin. To position cabin the garden level was reduced, sleepers placed to hold back soil & concrete strip footing & engineering brick perimeter walls laid 20mm larger than footprint to allow for small overhang of profiled foundation beams. Hardcore infill & concrete floor then placed with a shingle french drain to perimeter. Our intention was for spring delivery & erect in warmer months. With advertised price reduction period ending we ordered & with short projected delivery we received unit early January, with payment only required five days before delivery. Unit arrived on fork lift & with aid of four sets industrial rollers positioned in garage under the tolerant & skillful guidance of Paul the delivery driver. As minor tears to covering we opened ends of package to allow air flow to avoid staining. After about three weeks we noted a cold dry period so decided not to wait until spring so spent a day unpacking & stacking all timbers in reverse order in garage. A couple of broken tongues on wall logs were glued & cabled tied in position to cure, any logs with shakes or minor twists were stacked to use in lower part of build, all listed parts included in package with no missing items.Even though we had chosen tanalised foundation beams the lower wall logs were all given two coats impregnation fluid which did not discolour natural timber. On chosen day the erection team John & myself with a combined age of 143 years with three hip & one knee replacement between us commenced build. We stacked logs adjacent to site as required on trestles to avoid bending! We reached to apex height & covered with tarpaulins for the night. On second morning assisted by my grandson Mathew we positioned heavier apexes & purlins with ease. All roof board ends were mitred on chop saw to achieve a perfect ridge.& screwed in position. Perimeter of roof was lined with tanalised battens & 25mm celotex placed, all covered with breathable water proof felt.The front elevation doors & fixed glazed panels took a little longer to complete. Again all sides sheeted overnight from the elements & over the course of next few days Embadecor Rusic Oak stain applied to walls & shingles to roof were placed. As roof boards covered it is important to make template of all joints to avoid nailing into tongue & groove when fixing shingles. To date three coats to main walls & two coats to front elevation placed without a log getting wet during the build before weather finally stopped play. No complaints as for complete period we only had one day's rain & temp 17 degrees when shingles were placed in February !

We spent long time viewing Tuins information blogs & would recommend this to all before proceeding with build & purchased Irwin grip clamps shown on video to deal with twisted logs which are a must have tool easily dealt with these. In fact all the machined joints were excellent with minimal persuasion needed using the supplied knocking blocks throughout to avoid damage to tongues. The side windows are joinery class with an excellent tilt & turn arrangement.
We spent some time reviewing finishes & wanting to retain natural log effect eventually decided on Embadecor Rustic Oak stain. This is an excellent product being easy to apply (keep dry brush to feather edges of boards after few minutes) the colour & finish is superb, external shakes appear sealed by three coats currently applied, finish is more of a waxed appearance rather than gloss. End grains of wall logs have had four coats to date & complete cabin will be given a further coat during summer when cabin settled in.
The profiled foundation beams greatly assist the build & we have used a thick rubber dpc to seal to brickwork, pity they are supplied in 3m lengths requiring jointing on all sides.Corners of beams were fixed with galvanised metal brackets & cleats to butt joints.
We have purchased tanalised floor beams, 40mm cellotex insulation, sterling boards for floor & laminate flooring to complete internal build & will lay slabs / brick weave to front of cabin which will be when weather is warmer.

To summarise an excellent product admired by everybody who has viewed all commenting on finish of product.

There are no prizes for time taken so irrespective of age take your time & enjoy the experience we certainly have in all aspects of the build.

With storm Doris we did experience some rain penetration on glazing bars to front elevation, this was reported to Tuin who as with other queries dealt with in an exped
Mr. Brian Binns
Aug 27, 2016
Excellent product fantiastic forklift which got down my narrow drive with no problems assembled wih no problems but watch out for weird window handles they have a weird way of getting to the fixing screws, overall extremely pleased with the cabin and experience.
martin buckley
Aug 26, 2016
was just about to order a log cabin from a well known british company when the wife spotted tuin.
being a builder i could not belive the spec that was offered to me as standard(doubel glazed,real secure locks,tilt and turn windows,t/g roofing 58mm logs.
i was so glad that we went with tuin,the cabin went together effortlessly,the delivery driver was very helpful,and we are very pleased (so are grand children) with the cabin.i would not hesitate to recomend tuin to anyone wanting a log cabin,thank you tuin.
Aug 26, 2016
Went up well apart from some badly machined joints, timber twisted before it was machined !!!!? Your quality control is very poor.lucky to get 3 star
I wonder if this review will get on on your site mister 4 and 5 star blagger sort it out .before you give me any excuses....I trained as a cabinate maker ,time served bench joiner have done all aspects of carpentry and joinery. ...I know wood son.. apart from all this and finishing off your work which you were paid for !!?it did go up well and is a beautiful thing only time will tell how well it holds back the weather after alot of treatment and oil ,please have better quality control.
Mr. Alan Smith
May 22, 2016
Received delivery back in April, was more than a little concerned about a 40ft trucks navigation around the country lanes and low bridges to gain access to our property however he came via the country lanes and left by way of the low bridge, Trains continued to run after he went so we assumed he left the bridge intact
I proceeded to unpack and it rained. I decided to coat the whole pile with a preservative before erecting, and it rained, that took forever
I used 2.8 mtr concrete fencing gravel boards bedded in concrete for the periphery of the base which made getting a accurate and level base much easier filling the center in after the periphery was cured.
I had ordered hard wood profiled base timbers, these came in fabricated 3mtr lengths which bugged me a little as the cabin was 3.4 x 4.4mtrs so the jointing dented progress a little,building was simpleun till approaching the apexes when on the last layer I discovered a split timber I had put to one side early on intending to bury it down near the base however it is now an unfortunate feature high on the back wall. At this stage I had to call in assistance to lift on the apex and roof trusts the 73 year old muscles were somewhat over taxed but this was the only real assistance required to build the Blackpool log cabin apart from tuning the window frame the right way up when i realized the hinges were upside down (cataracts you know)
Insulated the roof with celotex and laid a tongue and groove floor (took nearly as long as the initial preservative but in the dry). Three coats of Kingfisher K-X10 inside and out, built a brick fire place installed the wood burner & telly.
I am now recuperating in an armchair in a very smart log cabin

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