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Emma Corner Log Cabin 3m x 3m

Emma Corner Log Cabin 3m x 3m
Emma corner log cabin Specification sheet 40mm wall logs Nicky's Emma corner log cabin Emma corner log cabin Emma log cabin roof - Nicky's cabin Emma corner log cabin - Double glazed Emma double glazed corner cabin A customers adaptation of joining two Emma log cabins together. Corner Log Cabin  (older model with 12 pane window) Emma 40mm double glazed log cabin Emma 40mm corner log cabin Emma 40mm corner log cabin Emma internal view - double glazed log cabin Emma 40mm double glazed log cabin Emma corner log cabin in 40mm wall logs and double glazed with customer bargeboard modifications.



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Price: £2106.78
Offer Price: £1762.97
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Cat No 40.72141
Delivery Time: 7 - 14 Working Days
European Number: 8715819077588
Log Thickness 40mm Logs
Overall Dimensions 3.00 x 3.00m
Minimum Base Size 2.82 x 2.82m
Log Cabin Height 2.50m
Roof Type Pyramid Roof
Doors Double Three Quarter Glazed Door
Canopy or Porch N/A
Verandah N/A
Glass Type Double Glazed
Multi Rooms N/A
 
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The 40mm Emma Corner Log Cabin measuring 3.024x3.024m, designed for people wishing for a small office in their garden, it benefits from the insulation properties of 40mm logs and double glazing. Featuring double doors and two opening windows. This is very similar to the popular Asmund and Jos corner log cabin with a height of 2.50m and Double glazed - 40mm logs!

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The Emma Log Cabin features the same distinctive roof as the Ingrid, Asmund and Daniel, yet benefits from double doors and a larger internal space. A great alternative to the traditional panelled summerhouse, the log construction adds a touch of Scandinavia to any outdoor space.

The Emma corner log cabin is constructed using individual 40mm interlocking logs - using spruce and chosen specifically for its tight, dense wood grain. 

All Tuin log cabins arrive untreated as standard. Some images depicts how attractive a log cabin looks when it has been painted - a look that can be achieved relatively easily! Tuin offers a great range of options for treating your building including paints, stains and impregnation fluid.

The Emma Log Cabin features as standard:

  • 40mm interlocking wall logs
  • Conical tongue and groove for stability
  • Double door
  • Two opening windows
  • Quality door and window fittings
  • Double Glazing
  • Roofing felt or FREE offer shingles
  • Tanalised foundation beams
  • Fixing kit and instruction manual
  • Wind and watertight connections (excluding the 45 degree connections)
  • Minimum 16mm Tongue and Groove Roof boards
Dimensions:
  • Overall Dimensions: 3.024m x 3.024m
  • Building Footprint: 2.824m x 2.824m
  • Ridge Height: 2.50m
  • Eaves Height: 2.11m
  • Door Height (including frame): 1.90m
  • Overhang (at all sides): 0.20m
Quality check:
  • No Mixed timbers known as Spruce and Pine mix
  • Spruce timber is used throughout
  • No Finger Joints in wall logs
  • Wind and Watertight Log Connection
  • 14% moisture content
  • 10 year anti rot promise

Optional Extras:

  • Coloured Felt Roof Shingles
  • Roof finial
  • 18mm Wooden Floor 
  • 27mm Heavy Duty Wooden Floor
  • Profiled Foundation Drainage Beams 
  • Storm Kit
  • Air Vent
  • Guttering 65mm
  • Carefree treatment 16 liters
  • Embadecor Stain 7 liters
  • Embalan Paint 7 liters
  • Impregnation Fluid 3.5 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 Emma 40mm Corner 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.

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Emma Corner Log Cabin 3m x 3m
Emma corner log cabin Specification sheet 40mm wall logs Nicky's Emma corner log cabin Emma corner log cabin Emma log cabin roof - Nicky's cabin Emma corner log cabin - Double glazed Emma double glazed corner cabin A customers adaptation of joining two Emma log cabins together. Corner Log Cabin  (older model with 12 pane window) Emma 40mm double glazed log cabin Emma 40mm corner log cabin Emma 40mm corner log cabin Emma internal view - double glazed log cabin Emma 40mm double glazed log cabin Emma corner log cabin in 40mm wall logs and double glazed with customer bargeboard modifications.
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5 Most recent customer reviews (see all reviews):
Mrs. Anita Moore
Jul 18, 2017
So pleased I choose Emma ,she looks fabulous and is so roomy even within my limited space .The spruce wood gives a really luxurious feel to her and I feel she was really good value .The information provided on line was brilliant too.She's natural currently was going to paint her but she looks fab with just the clear preservative .Delivery went well a neat package delivered exactly as planned and the name of a great team to build it for me Thanks
darren bartlett
Jun 28, 2017
brilliant cabin and kit , nothing missing all fitted together well fantastic product would recommend for quality and price
Mr. Colin Sharp
Jun 23, 2017
Delivery,( driver was excellent and so helpful), material quality and protective packaging all excellent if not a little daunting at the sight of all that timber.
Laying out and identifying each piece against the instructions is essential, don't rush. Ensure base levels are correct and this ensures an easy build with no issues later such as ill fitting doors and windows. Take care when lifting each piece not to damage edges.
I made mistake of going too high before I fitted the door frame and it was difficult to lift high enough to locate. I had a run of 5 dry days during the buil, so put on coat of Carefree Protect after each days build. Fitting the shingles was longest job but essential to take time and ensure all lined up and looked brilliant afterwards. Used a whole tube of mastic just putting a dab on edge of the most exposed shingles and the ridges.
I am 65 and managed the whole build single handed, although an extra pair of hands would have been helpful when placing the roof. It took me 4 full days to completion. 2 tins of Carefree Protect have given 2 coats with approx. quarter tin left. Felt nails / screws / nails provided were all enough for the job and 1 pack of shingles left over. I haven't fitted the floor yet, but will do that over next week at leisure. Roof will be insulated with Rockwool from inside and finished in T+G, under floor will be insulated with 50mm blocks on top of DPM. Electrics will route to outside along the hidden sides of the cabin in conduit and enter only where sockets are to be positioned. I am 100% satisfied with the quality of the cabin, ease of build and final appearance. Main advice would be, watch all the installation videos a few times, keep referring to instructions and take your time.
Karen Oates
Jun 23, 2017
Good quality cabin at reasonable price
Mr. Richard Fedyk
Jun 22, 2017
We decided on the Emma log cabin as the size was convenient for the position we had in the garden and hopefully the wall thickness will allow summer and winter use. Other reviews on the site and the abundance of information helped with choosing Tuin. It arrived around 6:00pm. I was told it would be an afternoon delivery but when it got close to 5:00 pm with no sign I rang customer services and the automatic answer said no one was available but someone would ring back. They didn't and when I tried after 5:00 they had all left. Obviously an early finish. It eventually arrived (I wasn't the last delivery that day) and was off loaded onto the grass verge as my drive isn't wide enough for the pallet. The delivery driver, Edward, was helpful and polite. I have laid a concrete base (of course the only time it rained that week was when the concrete was delivered) on a DPM and also placed a DPC on top. I ordered the composite support beams and these were all delivered together. The construction, though not easy was completed in a day by my wife and I. It could have been quicker but I had a problem with seating the full length logs above the windows. Eventually I removed the window facias and realised that the windows had not seated fully. Tapped the windows down until seated and that problem was solved. It is worth removing the facia to make sure of this. Squaring up a corner cabin is not as easy as a fully square one as the corner to corner dimensions method is not possible and there is a tendency for the walls to splay out at the door position. This happened even after the door was in place (and to an extent still is as the cabin settles and expands in the hot weather we are having). The section above the door is a triangular frame with tongue and groove held in place with staples. These were put in at an angle and in some cases missed altogether allowing the infill tongue and groove to drop. I've now fastened this together with screws which is a more solid job. Talking of screws, quite a few 55mm screws are required so make sure you have some. These were not supplied but there was a large bag of nails for fitting the tongue and groove to the roof. As this came in ready assembled panels these were not needed so I have some spare if anyone needs any. When fitting the final logs and half logs above the door and windows make sure that they are level at the top of the corners. The half log is not a perfect half and I have a small gap (approx. 5mm in a couple of corners where there is a step preventing the roof panels seating fully. If I was doing it again I would plane this down but I thought it would settle. It hasn't yet but it still may do. If not I will fit a small fillet to cover the gap. The roof comes in panels and for a perfect finish keep checking inside the building to ensure there is an even overlap either side of the rafters. This will involve some planing to the roof panels but is probably worth it if you are a perfectionist. I didn't and now regret it when I look up. It isn't a lot but as an engineer it is irritating to my eye. The shingles took another day to fit. I have insulated the roof with 50mm of Kingspan and so ordered longer clout nails ready for this. The shingles went on easily but wear knee pads and try not to do it in really sunny weather if are you are using a foil backed insulation - its like working under a sun lamp all day! The shingles are visually a super finish and with the Finial and Ball make the cabin look really good. I bought this as an after thought after reading reviews and we are really glad we did. The doors have prefixed hinges with no adjustment. At present I have a large gap at the side of one door (6mm wider at the top than the bottom) and a large gap between the doors. The opening in the door frame is 1320mm and the 2 doors together come to 1300mm (one is 10mm wider than the other for some reason - 645mm and 655mm?) This seems excessive. The door frame is put together as tight as I can get it with no gaps in the corners so I don't think that is the problem. When I have time this is something I need to resolve with Tuin. It may involve a little touch of the persuader to the hinges to square up the one door (the other is perfect) and a fillet fitted to the inside of the frame to close the gap. I will take this solution up with Tuin when I have time. Overall the finish of the cabin is good and it looks substantial, robust and well designed. It definitely complements our garden. I haven't yet painted or sealed it but that will be done before the summer ends when we have decided on a colour. I have also fitted 50mm of insulation to the floor with 11mm OSB and laminated flooring. As I insulated the roof the eaves slats were not deep enough. I replaced these with 120mm planed spruce and used the eave slats supplied as skirting around the laminate floor. I have also fitted air vents from Tuin which are nice and easy. Overall

Emma log cabin with a 45mm annexe built to the side and guttering installed by a customer with some customer modifications
Customer review and walkthrough of the Emma corner log cabin
Customer walkthrough of the Emma corner log cabin
Customer time lapse video of the Emma corner log cabin build
Customer walkthrough of the Emma corner log cabin
Customer walkthrough of the Emma corner log cabin
Customer walkthrough of the Emma corner log cabin

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