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Log Garage Moa 6 x 5m

Log Garage Moa 6 x 5m
 
12 Reviews  
Cat No:
40.08031
Delivery Time:
6 - 8 Weeks
European Number:
8715815031003

45mm double glazed Log Garage measuring 5.98 x 5.00m. A transverse apex roof with the breadth being the longest part.  A dividing wall seperates the storage area and garage.

Designed for one vehicle, this garage features wide double doors. To the right is a separate area which features an opening window on each face. A glazed single matching door is in the front wall. There is not an internal door.

Free Shingles offer *:
Delivery:
Roofing Options:
Foundation Beams:
£6,276.58  Total incl. VAT 

Sale prices and FREE roof shingles offer

45mm double glazed Log Garage with a storage area. Overall the garage measures 5.98m wide x 5.00m deep. The actual garage size is 3.32m wide and the storage area is 2.32m wide.

Limited FREE roof Shingles offer

Manufactured using 45mm interlocking logs, this log construction provides a great alternative to a brick built garage. Whilst the thick timber provides natural insulation, a log garage can be customised to suit all styles of garden.

Designed for one vehicle, this garage features wide double doors. To the right is a separate area which features an opening window on each face. A glazed single matching door is in the front wall. There is not an internal door.

Built using first rate Spruce timber, this variety is chosen for its tight, dense wood grain. Tuin log cabins do not feature a mixture of timber species or finger jointing, the process whereby short lengths of timber are used to create the full log length, to indicate a high quality build.

Supplied untreated as standard, this building will require treatment as soon as it has been installed.
 
The Log Garage features as standard:
  • 45mm interlocking wall logs
  • Conical tongue and groove for stability
  • Double Garage door
  • Two opening windows
  • Single, glazed door
  • Quality door and window fittings
  • Double Glazing
  • Roofing felt or FREE shingles
  • Tanalised foundation beams
  • Fixing kit and instruction manual
  • Wind and watertight connections
  • Minimum 16mm Tongue and Groove Roof Boards
Dimensions:
  • Overall Dimensions: 5.98m x 5.0m
  • Building Footprint: 5.78m x 4.80m
  • Internal Dimensions: Garage: 3300mm x 4712mm. Workshop: 2348mm x 4712mm
  • Ridge Height: 3.10m
  • Eaves height: 2.22m
  • Personal Door Height (including frame): 1.93m
  • Garage Door Height (including frame): 1.93m
  • Door Width: 1.11m x 2
  • Rear Overhang: 0.30m
  • Front Overhang: 0.30m
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
  • Profiled Drainage Foundation Beams
  • Storm Kit
  • Air Vent
  • Guttering 100mm
  • Carefree treatment 36 liters
  • Embadecor Stain 15 liters
  • Embalan Paint 15 liters
  • Impregnation Fluid 7.75 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 45mm Log Garage 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.

Please note: As of the 23/1/2020 the Moa Log Garage has been changed to double glazed as standard.

Approximate Delivery Time: 6 - 8 Weeks
Free Shingles offer * Free shingles for this 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'.
Delivery
Roofing Options
Foundation Beams
Delivery Week

Deliveries are carried out by external hauliers or carriers, Log Cabins are delivered with a fully articulated lorry with a moffett forklift.

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For more details on delivery please see the following: TUIN DELIVERIES

Log Thickness
45mm Logs
Overall Dimensions
5.98 x 5.00m
Internal Dimensions
Please Refer to Plan
Minimum Base Size
5.78 x 4.80m
Log Cabin Height
3.10m
Roof Type
Transverse Apex
Doors
Double Garage Doors
Canopy or Porch
N/A
Veranda
N/A
Window Type
Tilt and turn window
Glass Type
Single Glazed
Double Glazed
Multi Rooms
Integral storage shed
Size Group Width
Log Cabins up to 6m wide
Size Group Depth
Log Cabins up to 5m deep
Delivery
6 - 8 Weeks
Average customer rating:
 
12 Reviews  



5 Most recent customer reviews (see all reviews):
Mr. David Honey
Mar 30, 2020
What a great product and amazing to see it go up in less than a day by Philip one of there approved installers. I am really pleased with the quality of the garage and the Tuin team. I did have an issue with the double doors although all my enquires were dealt with promptly and they remained helpful until resolved satisfactorily. I would definitely recommend them, give them a try.
DAVID MITCHELL
Mar 10, 2020
TUIN MOA.

After a sudden sale of a house I owned, my motorcycle collection needs to be moved within a few months, sufficient to house at least 10 bikes and some additional storage into a space slightly larger than I had.
Options of containers and other makers products were non runners mainly because of aesthetics.An emergency tin shed similar to those sold by Tuin proves its unsuitability for anything of worth.
and at 8x6 a nightmare of components and minor cuts.

Tuin soon came up on the radar, because of the completeness of the build of the cabins and the knowledge bank, an obvious winner.
Especially Richards free flowing words.
Now Im known to be tight old git with money, I do recognize quality, normally the two dont mix. As Tuin had discounted some £2000 the pounds outweighed the pennies.
The whole process of initial information, ordering, site info and delivery were incredible, friendly and honest and more to the point accurate in what was said and done, its a shame that Tuin cant influence or correct other sales teams, and powers tat be.

The cabin has arrived mid February wet cold and not to inviting, my builder having done the concrete base days earlier which proved accurate in levels.

The first thing to greet you is sheer mass of timber also the compactness of the contents, My luck was that the info pack was at the top.This is a slightly daunting A4 plastic folder, the drawings are much smaller than the A4 with no text other than part ID numbers and sizes, these drawings need to be much larger to fill the paper and might benefit from combining to a laminated A1 sheet that can be fastened close to the assembly site. Details of log number changes are partially hidden and need enlarging.
I found that some of the smaller timbers were either unidentified or in the case of the gables amalgamated into single items, Some items were omitted from the contents probably due to that, the contents included a full length board not identified as to purpose but on the contents sheet. Probably spare timer as only one joint had been cut. Marked as 000.
As the weather was poor I removed the items, sorted into like piles taking fittings, doors and windows inside, make sure that you work out the timber pile into a build order and replace them under the original wrapping which forms a brilliant cover easily weighted.
Using the additional (Uk) supplied base logs I used upvc facia board, used outer surface down cut to slightly wider than the width of the base logs, say 60mm. This forms a waterproof membrane 10 mm approx thick and by leaving the edge in place forms a upstand internal lip of about 35mm to catch later timber treatment making it flow under the base log and stopping any timber sitting in water.

Use well spaced screws on inner raised edge to secure in place, this helps to keep the timbers straight before final screwing. Do not screw from underneath as the screws will corrode. I have used this on other builds with no wood rot, the plastic is soft and will adapt to small bumps and imperfections in the concrete.
Other than the additional base log/upvc laying out, work began last Wednesday and today Monday all but the roof boards are on, help being restricted to the roof gables and trusses about 1hr, the rest on my own, say about 10hrs total so far (age 68 gsoh), over 3 working days interrupted by weather.

Even my wife who is a devout anti biker and our neighbough who was convinced of my closed wallet and knack of not buying the ideal have posted on the dreaded antisocial media sites saying how much they admire the Tuin Moa.

The wood has not needed anything more than gentle persuasion, and sit without trimming and have been perfect in jointing, so far free of anything more than a few 5mm gaps between the timbers. There own weight is resolving this issue and are closing well. Incredible timber engineering. I have no doubts regarding the roof boards and remaining trim.

Big 32 oz rubber mallets, I bought two from fleebay, one black and one white, no visual marking from either but on one the head detached due to internal separation, take care as the propelled head would have caused severe pain or damage, the seller kindly replacing it. Use a wood block to spread the load of impacts.

Building is logical and intuitive for most of the build up to the eaves, Some close scrutiny needed due to numbers and size of the drawings,dont get the boards wrongly placed I imagine very difficult to separate.

The sheer simplicity accuracy and design have to be appreciated, so far no saw needed and all joints spot on. Some understanding of the effects of weather on the smaller timbers explains the uneven door and window apertures, which seem to be self correcting, the timber treatment will be vital in this area.

If I was to criticize on a part of the build it would be the door lock being a single mortise, this needs to be some multi fingure locking which should prevent warping and increase
Mr. Robert Sproat
Aug 30, 2018
Brilliant cabin , excellent delivery driver . A superb product . A few twisted and bent boards and about 500 nails short but nothing to write home about . Building straight forward with few hitches . All in all extremely satisfactory. Congratulations .
Ian Saunders
Jun 23, 2018
The Moa garage/shed was delivered Tuesday 5th June. It was sheduled for delivery on Monday 4th June but was delayed due to traffic problems. The delivery driver, "Diddy" phoned on Monday to advise us of the delay and turned up at 7.30am on Tuesday as promised. He delivered the package exactly where we requested in spite of some local obstructions and did so with a very cheerful countenance. All in all, a very good delivery service. Well done "Diddy".
My local Joiner Sam Hannah and his pal were initially taken aback when they first saw the size of the flatpack garage. But they soon recovered and had the main structure up by close of play. The second day saw the roof boards on and the roof partially shingled, the third day finished off the roof and day 4 was hanging the doors and tidying up in spite of the stormy conditions with 50/60 mph gusts of wind and driving rain. As this was the first time putting up such a structure the guy's did very well. The next one they do will be much faster I'm sure! They both commented that once they understood the design it was very easy to put the components together. There were no broken or missing parts and I now have a garage/workshop that many passers by have commented very favourable on with a few others now thinking seriously about doing something similar. This weekend will see the structure preserved as I have invited the family to a painting party!
Harvey Greensmith
Apr 11, 2018
All pre-delivery communications were very good. Bit of damage to cargo when unpackaged, but nothing some sandpaper, glue and a clamp couldn't put right.
Put together entire building unassisted, though did have to de-construct the gables in order to do so, over an Easter bank holiday.
Very pleased with the end result - though a lot of staining/painting now required.
Pedestrian door frame instructions a bit vague (need to flush threshold to rear, which doesn't look as though the door will fit, but allows for the draft-excluders.
Only real gripe is that whilst instructions do state that one or two screws needed here or there, nails for the roof and shingles were supplied, and yet I had to twice take a trip down the merchants to pick up nearly 4kg of 2" roundwire and 20mm felt clouts

£6,276.58 Total incl. VAT

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