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Perlund Log Cabin 3x3m

Perlund Log Cabin 3x3m
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The Perlund Log Cabin measures 3.0 x 3.0m and features a front canopy and centrally positioned double doors.

Ideal as a small summerhouse or heavy duty storage shed in 28mm interlocking wall logs.

Free Shingles offer *:
Roofing Options:
Floor Required:
Foundation Beams:
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The Perlund Log Cabin measures 3.0 x 3.0m and features a front canopy and centrally positioned double doors. Ideal as a small summerhouse or heavy duty storage shed in 28mm interlocking wall logs.

Limited FREE roof Shingles offer

The Perlund Log Cabin combines simplicity and practicality into one garden building. Whilst this log cabin provides the perfect summerhouse for smaller gardens, the Perlund still benefits from double doors and small front canopy.

A place close to home to get away from everyday life, push open the double doors or move outdoors under the protection of the canopy. Manufactured using 28mm Spruce, all timber used is specially selected to ensure it conforms to strict 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.

Supplied as untreated interlocking logs, the Perlund will require treatment as soon as it has been installed. A log cabin may be protected using a variety of treatments including impregnation fluid, stains or paint - available to purchase alongside your log cabin!

The Perlund Log Cabin features as standard:

  • 28mm interlocking wall logs
  • Conical tongue and groove for stability
  • Double door
  • Front canopy
  • Quality door fittings
  • Real glass
  • Roofing felt or FREE roof shingles
  • Tanalised foundation beams
  • Fixing kit and instruction manual
  • Wind and watertight connections
  • Minimum 16mm Tongue and Groove Roof Boards


  • Overall Dimensions: 3.0m x 3.0m
  • Building Footprint: 2.80m x 2.80m
  • Internal Dimensions: 2.74m x 2.74m
  • Ridge Height: 2.47m
  • Eaves Height: 1.95
  • Door Height (including frame): 1.90m
  • Rear Overhang: 0.20m
  • Front Overhang/Canopy: 0.80m

Perlund Log Cabin Optional Extras:

Note that quantities are approximate

  • Coloured Felt Roof Shingles
  • Storm kit
  • Shingle Glue (2)
  • Air Vent (2)
  • Profiled foundation beams in pressure impregnated timber, hardwood or composite (4)
  • 18mm Wooden Floor (4 packs)
  • 26mm Heavy Duty Wooden Floor (5 packs)
  • Guttering 65mm

Optional Extras - Treatments

Please note, this cabin is supplied untreated, we recommend that the building is treated with high quality paints and treatments. They should be applied strictly to the manufacturer's recommendation. We also offer our own treatments:

  • Carefree treatment (7 2.5l tins)
  • Embadecor Stain (3 2.5l tins)
  • Embalan Paint (3 2.5l tins)
  • Impregnation Fluid (2 2.5l tins)
  • Factory Impregnation in five colours

Quality check:

  • No Mixed timbers known as Spruce and Pine mix
  • Slow grown Spruce
  • Wind and Watertight Log Connection
  • 10 year anti rot promise
  • Dutch Standards
  • 14% moisture content

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 Perlund 28mm 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: 14 - 21 Working Days
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'.
Roofing Options
Floor Required Finish off your Log Cabin with a floating floor, floor joists are included ONLY if you order a floor with your Perlund Log Cabin.
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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Log Thickness
28mm Logs
Overall Dimensions
3.00 x 3.00m
Internal Dimensions
2.74m x 2.74m
Minimum Base Size
2.80 x 2.80m
Log Cabin Height
Roof Type
Apex Roof
Double Three Quarter Glazed Door
Canopy or Porch
0.80m Front Canopy
Window Type
Glass Type
Single Glazed
Multi Rooms
Size Group Width
Log Cabins up to 3m wide
Size Group Depth
Log Cabins up to 3m deep
Average customer rating:
16 Reviews  

5 Most recent customer reviews (see all reviews):
Mr. David Wright
Nov 30, 2021
Absolutely fantastic service from start to finish. Could not be happier with the log cabin. Amazing quality and easy to assemble. Good size and cannot recommend it more.
Paul Dineen
Oct 18, 2021
Excellent product. I chose the 28mm logs as delivery time was much shorter and these are more than adequate for the summerhouse size. Delivery was great with the driver happily manoeuvring the pallet to were I wanted it. Erection of the main walls was very easy, the whole family taking part. The roof and shingles took much longer to put together but if you watch the videos it's pretty straightforward. Very pleased with the look of the finished summerhouse.
David Moore
Apr 25, 2021
Its exactly what we expected. Instructions were not great but it was obvious how to build. 2 of us did it in half a day and it really looks the part.
Mr Richard G Holt
Mar 7, 2021
Excellent service from Start to finish. Phone call @6:30am on a Monday morning to say 30 mins away was a shock to the system but I was 1st drop off of the day and the Fork Lift delivered the packaged cabin from the lorry exactly where I wanted. Instructions were fine but additionally use the excellent blog and greater detail video's on the website (YouTube), there is nothing that isn't covered and all really useful. Back up/support is also really good, but I recommend reading the web pages on all aspects (base options, assembly, roof-tile fitment etc.) as they really are useful (thanks Richard)
Quality is excellent, I've recommended to many friends and colleagues since purchasing.
I went for the 3m x 3m 28mm thick Perlund and with an average £30 oil filled radiator, it is warm enough all year round (for recreational use, sheltered position but no roof or wall insulation, only under-floor). very satisfied and would use again
Brian Jenkyn
Feb 6, 2021
I am an active 73-year-old who in lockdown needed a new shed. I researched all the options and although I was originally looking at a corner shed selected a 3 x 3 metre ‘Perlund’ cabin from Tuin. The online videos, customer feedback and support material made my choice simple one.

My family of woodworm we’re all holding hands in my old shed so that came down very quickly and I was left with the preparation of a suitable base.

Given the added time for full wood preservation treatment I decided to go for an untreated unit. You should give thought to the practicality and cost as, on reflection, I would have liked to have had a pre-treated cabin for a winter build. Ordering online was a breeze and I added the composite beams (well worth it) and the flooring pack (wish I’d bought locally).
Delivery was perfect and the method very entertaining. By the time of delivery on the 20th of November I had almost completed the base and frame. Because of height issues and location constraints I decided to go for piers supporting a double frame, filled with hard foam insulation.
For me creating the level base was perhaps the hardest part of the whole build. I used a laser level at night to set the poles for the layout and squared it. Really chuffed when the pads were all level. Lined them with DPC for extra protection. The frame at 3 x 3 metres was too cumbersome to move on my own. A son, socially distanced, resolved this. Without doubt do not underestimate the benefits of ensuring a level and solid base. I lined the upper edge of the timber frame with the DPC even though I had a composite base. This will assist with water shedding. Aluminium sealing tape was a bit tricky to handle for the joints of insulating foam but made a sound finish.

I managed to slide a strong DPM underneath the inner frame. Glad I went with insulation as trying to tackle it after is clearly impossible. Tip. I mitre cut the sides and rear sections of the composite beam first and I then moved the rear beam to the front. This insured the width and squareness was maintained when the copy beam was inserted at the rear. Do not forget to screw through the first beam into the composite beam, by the door, as instructed.
Tip. Carefully remove the plastic from the pack as it will prove useful later on, should the weather turn! I relocated and sorted the pack to the garden making sure that all the wood was stacked flat as instructed. I encountered no warping etc.
I glued, squared and screwed the doorframe. Tip. Do not forget to install it after the erection of five beams height, making sure it is fully located down onto the base beam.

Assembling the sides of the cabin was a breeze and very satisfying indeed. As everyone says this can be easily done in a day. I did need further assistance for the apex sections front and back and also for the roof beams. They fitted perfectly , as did all the parts and then were screwed.

I purchased five more identical floor beams just over 3 metres to create additional strength to the floor. Annoyed though that the length of the flooring planks was 2.7 metre so required more work and time to fix. Some of the skirting was below par but sufficient supplied so not a real issue. Give thought to this inconvenience, I would order flooring locally for a full width. I chamfered the slight rise on the flooring by the door and worked my way back. I then carefully chamfered the last planks to minimise the gap to the wall to allow for ease of fitting and expansion.

Tip. I also chamfered half the roof planks ends so that they fitted at the apex providing a good fit. Work both sides securing all slats to the beams as you progress back. I managed to complete the whole roof nearly permanently fitting myself into the roof at the end!

On the 4th of December after careful negotiation I was allowed to bring the two doors into the hall, dismantle the trim and remove the glass. So much easier and safer to work without the glass. I then treated everything with three coats of Sadolin wood preservative. Allowing each coat to dry fully of course. I reinstalled the glass using modern glazing sealant. Glad the day of putty is over! There was a slight deflection on the bottom corner of one door but this straightened out after a few days.

Tip. Hang one door to the pre-drilled lock holes first, turning the hinges in or out to get a good fit. Then tackle the other door again turning the hinges in and out to align. Bit of a fiddle but got there without having to pack the door frame base, suggested as an alternative adjustment fix.

I fitted the roof edge trim together prior to installation and that made a final fit to the roof planks so much easier and neater.
Tip. I fitted a full length of DPC to the bottom edge of the roof, before fitting the tiles, to allow a drip edge to the guttering. A spacer was made from spare wood to ensure a perfect fit of the IKO tiles. Be very rigorous about accuracy with the tile alignment

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