Tuin Blog Introduction

TUIN BLOG INTRODUCTION

I write all of the technical information in the blog, giving advice and tips from my experience mainly relating to Log Cabins, Garden Buildings and Timber in general. I try to give unbiased advice and help on a myriad of subjects. I’m Richard 🙂

My colleague Megan publishes posts sent in by customers and will highlight any unusual offers, interesting products or relevant subjects.

Hopefully you will find our content interesting and it helps you. It’s great when people join in with their own post or give their comments, ask questions or detail their own thoughts and advice, it is much appreciated by everyone. ?

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Log Cabin Fitting Tips

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Tuin's 19mm - 28mm Log Cabins

19mm – 28mm Log Cabins.

Tuin's 34mm – 45mm Log Cabins.

34mm – 45mm Log Cabins.

Tuin's 58mm Log Cabins.

58mm Log Cabins.

70mm Log Cabin Information

70mm Log Cabins and information.

Gazebo and Timber Structures from Tuin

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Tuin website and general information.

Tuin website and general information.

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Recent Posts

The Working From Home Guide

With the recent global situation, working from home has become the new normal. It sounds like a dream but adapting can become a challenge- Especially if you are used to being in an office environment but now working from the kitchen table with the children wanting to talk to you all day long.

However, a lot of people are enjoying working from home- But there isn’t any space in your home to set up a new office space. Now may be the time to look in your garden for a new office space with our Log Cabins and Garden studios.

If you’re working for a company or running your own – Here are some solution ideas for you.

This Aiste Log Cabin is now the official workshop for this customers handmade glass decor business. Using a classic white to decorate the interior to allow their artwork to speak for themselves… Along with plenty of lighting to allow them to work effectively.

The Elin Garden Studio is unique but modern in design, the extensively glazed front allows plenty of natural light to flood the room. Measuring at 4.77m x 3.51m- These customers have found ample space to set up their crafting room- With space for fabrics, machines and more.

Similar to the Aiste above, this Justine Log Cabin has also been painted white. Complemented with black and white furnishings and some bright canvases- As shown, the Justine has ample space for a large office desk, perfect for those who use multiple monitors or devices.

I’ll always be a fan of this Blackpool Log Cabin. The contrasting mint green doors and window frames gives a peaceful vibe, ready for a smooth day at work. Complete with some comfy chairs and a bright rug- This Log Cabin is ideal for both an office and a summerhouse.

Now my favourite example of a customer who is taking advantage of their garden space- Saying goodbye to shopfront rent payments and hello to their own home business. This Shannon Log Cabin has been transformed into a rustic dog grooming cabin. Complete with plumbing and electrics so your pup can get the treatment they deserve.

Now it’s time for the technical aspects.. For a Log Cabin, we would recommend a log thickness of 40mm and above- Along with some Log Cabin Insulation to keep your office cosy all year round.

Don’t forget to consider some Log Cabin Extras to future-proof your new office, with guttering to keep water away from the wall logs. Air vents for ventilation and storm kits if you’re in a windy area. Along with a Timber Treatment of your choice.

Once the cabin has been installed with no signs of leaks, it’s time to consider adding electrics. Before you can do anything you need to plan out where you want the electrics and sockets to be – Consider where you would like to put your desk and workstation and map it out. We recommend to hire a qualified electrician for this step, but you can learn more on our Electrics in Log Cabins page.

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