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Rome Log Cabin 5x3.2m

 
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Cat No:
40.7022
Delivery Time:
7 - 14 Working Days
European Number:
8715815029291

The 45mm Double Glazed Rome Log Cabin measuring 5m wide x 3.20m deep. Double doors and large opening double glazed windows with a 0.9m canopy to the front.

Free Shingles offer *:
Delivery:
Roof Material:
Floor Required:
Foundation Beams:
Offer Price: £2,815.58 Total incl. VAT Save £624.02
Price: £3,439.61
Offer Ends In: 2 Weeks, 9 Hours, 8 Minutes

Sale prices and FREE roof shingles offer

The 45mm Double Glazed Rome Log Cabin measuring 5m wide x 3.20m deep. Double doors and large opening double glazed windows with a 0.9m canopy to the front.

Limited FREE roof Shingles offer

Manufactured using 45mm interlocking Spruce 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 Spruce - a 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 Rome can be customised to match the style of each garden. Tuin offers a range of treatment options including paints, stains and impregnation fluid - all of which are available to purchase at the same time as your cabin! We also recommend insulating your Log Cabin after treating your cabin.
The Rome Log Cabin features as standard:
  • 45mm interlocking wall logs
  • Double conical tongue and groove for stability
  • Double door
  • Two opening windows
  • Quality door and window fittings
  • Double Glazed Glass
  • Tanalised foundation beams
  • Fixing kit and instruction manual
  • Standard roofing felt or FREE offer shingles
  • Wind and watertight connections
  • Minimum 16mm Tongue and Groove Roof Boards
Dimensions:
  • Overall Dimensions: 5m x 3.20m
  • Internal Dimensions: 4.71m x 2.91m
  • Footprint: 4.80 x 3.0m
  • Canopy size: 0.90m
  • Ridge Height: 2.63m
  • Eaves height 2.03m
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
  • 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 65mm or 100mm
  • Carefree treatment 24 liters
  • Embadecor Stain 10 liters
  • Embalan Paint 10 liters- (Embadecor Undercoat Required)
  • Impregnation Fluid 5.25 liters
  • Immersion treatment in Green, Silvery Grey or Brown
This cabin is a 'special' stock item and not available in the current catalogue or with Retailers of our products.

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 Rome 45mm 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 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
Roof Material
Floor Required Finish off your Log Cabin with a floating floor, floor joists are included ONLY if you order a floor with your Rome 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.

Please see the map below to determine what zone you will need to select.

Tuin UK Delivery Map


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

Log Thickness
45mm Logs
Overall Dimensions
5.00 x 3.20m
Internal Dimensions
4.71m x 2.91m
Minimum Base Size
4.80 x 3.00m
Log Cabin Height
2.63m
Roof Type
Apex Roof
Doors
Double Half Glazed Door
Canopy or Porch
0.90m Front Canopy
Veranda
Canopy
Window Type
Tilt and turn window
Glass Type
Double Glazed
Multi Rooms
N/A
Size Group Width
Log Cabins up to 5m wide
Size Group Depth
Log Cabins up to 4m deep
Delivery
6 - 8 Weeks
A customers walkthrough of their Rome Log Cabin - Turned into a workshop.
Average customer rating:
 
41 Reviews  



5 Most recent customer reviews (see all reviews):
Antony Ball
Dec 19, 2020
As I approach retirement I wanted to have a workshop for future projects. I'd read reviews, different sizes & thicknesses and opted for a Tuin log cabin with the composite base.
Due to the tools I've accumulated over the last couple years (lathes,motorbike stands etc) there was going to be a fair amount of weight on the floor, so decided to lay the cabin on a concrete base. The base is 150mm deep and contains a few sheets of rebar. I put in a10mm SWA cable for the electric supply.
The cabin arrived earlier than originally scheduled and thanks to the skilled Dutch driver, having to park on the main road and then use his Moffat mountie to drive to the bottom of our cul-de-sac without damaging the 6m long pallet was a job in itself!
I turned 60 this year and consider myself fairly fit & practical and allowed myself a week's holiday to erect and make watertight (I had a mate on standby if required).
Prior to starting the build, I used an oil-based undercoat (Sandtex 10 year warrantee) to paint the bottom wood base ( that sits on the composite base).
Day 1 - Was slow progress due to the composite base pieces being warped. They are supplied 2m long and only 1 of the 8 was straight. After some consternation, I put a 45 deg mitre on each of the 8 ends and left a 25mm gap in the middle of each side. Then following the instructions, started to lay the wooden spars (shed walls).
Day 2 - The windows were supplied complete but, I had to glue & screw the door frame - it was absolutely square when put together. By the end of the day the cabin frame was completed, including the roof purlins ( using 2 sets of step ladders I slid them up from the them up bottom edge of the roof line).
Day 3 - Completed one side of the roof. Note: As the tongue & groove board sits on the edge of the apex purlin i decided to pre-drill 1.5mm holes to stop any chance of the wood splitting.
Day 4 - Completed the second side of the roof and undercoated all the edges of the roof by 150mm strip.
Day 5 - Working from the front edge of the cabin, put the shingles on one side of the roof. Note: I was a bit slow due to constant measuring to make sure the shingles were running square across the roof.
Day 6 - Put the shingles on the second side of the roof and only measured from the bottom of each shingle - it was quicker and stayed square vertically & horizontally. I still had the gaps in the composite base- I cut the spare composite pieces to size and using a mallet to push into position from the inside. Note: The composite base was still not square but due to weight of the cabin now sitting on them I could push them square using a piece of wood & a mallet. I then used mastic on the outside to seal the composite base to the concrete.
Day 7: Undercoated the whole cabin.
Additional info/lesson's learnt:
- Use a good quality mastic around the base. The concrete base wasn't perfect - it dipped a couple of mm in places, so leaked in. I re-fitted the mastic using CT 1 bought from Wickes (£13 a tube) on the outside & inside of the composite base - it now appears ok - I can now seal the floor & paint.
- I erected the cabin in September on my own over 7 days and worked about 6hrs a day - I am a bit of a perfectionist, and as I had perfect weather (unusual for the Cheshire!), took my time.
- The warped composite base pieces weren't
really an issue - when the penny dropped about squaring them up once the cabin weight was sitting on them.
- When fitting the door hinges, screw them right in within a couple of mm - they are quite stiff, l used some silicon grease to assist.
Quality of the product: Absolutely perfect, it fitted together easily and I rarely had to look at the instructions. The kit was supplied with plenty of spares - I even have a 5mx40mm length spare.
I certainly made the right choice and would recommend - absolute quality.
Now to get on fitting the inside!
Mr. John Powell
Nov 22, 2020
My experience wit Tuin has been really good, great communication, very prompt response even in these Covid times. Delivery was spot on again great communication from the haulage firm. The assembly was straight forward, but thought the assembly instructions could be a little clearer. Overall i am very please with Rome product that i choose.
Ian
Sep 16, 2020
Hi I had my Rome Log cabin delivered on or about 27th March 2020 all delivered on time and very pleasant driver willing to help. This unfortunately meant we could not attend to the cabin owing to the lockdown. To top this my Mother in Law who lives at the property suffered sepsis and organ failure with the need for immediate surgery, thankfully on the road to recovery now. This has led to the situation where we could not commence erecting the building until last week 7th September 2020 and with no experience of these cabins whatsoever, both myself and a very good friend Richard (and I thank you for the help) laid a type 1 sub base with shed grid system and chipping fill in two and half days. We checked the levels and worried that opening the packs would mean the timbers would be ruined. On opening the pack there had been some water ingress which had swollen two planks but in general they looked pretty good. It took us two days to build the cabin and get the roof on with only the floor to lay the next day. The quality was exceptional and all planks fitted with the exception of the two which needed persuading but with no damage whatsoever we got these in. The product looks brilliant and surprisingly suffered no damage due to the length of time we allowed it to sit on the lawn. I love this and my only issue is down to me, which is I could have left out a couple of planks to reduce the height a little at eaves as this is a big unit and our garden is not large in the least. But I will get used to this and it will be very well used, probably not as I planned, as I have also found out last week that my daughter is having a baby. Now this is done and with suitable storage on site I have the next project of converting the house into a 4 bed from a 2 bed with an annexe for my mother in law to live. Onwards and upwards. Thank you Tuin for making a stressful period less stressful. Good luck with your cabins, great job. Ian
Mr. Alan Burrows
Apr 24, 2020
Excellent product. Solid construction, ease of assembly, looks brilliant when erected. truly value for money.
Mr. Steven Carroll
Jan 29, 2020
Just finished assembling my Rome log cabin. This is the second product I’ve bought from Tuin (first was a Classico gazebo). Everything was first class, from delivery to the product quality,

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