Log cabins generally lend themselves very well to be used as a garden office. Ideally you will opt for a log thickness of at least 40mm. This size is a good compromise between warmth and budget. The thicker logs of 58mm will of course offer more thermal capacity but with the application of insulation and a heat source log cabins can be a cozy and welcoming office space.
We have a number of log cabins articles that will give you more information on log cabins generally, please see the articles below.
- Free Roof Shingles
- Floor as an option
- What does a log cabin look like inside?
- Cheap log cabins
- Double Glazing in Log Cabins
- Who builds your log cabin?
- Questions to ask when buying a log cabin
- Dimensions used with log cabins
- Left over parts with a log cabin
- Log Cabin Annexe
- Timber used in log cabins
- Timber cuts for logs
- Moisture content in logs
- Splits and cracks in Logs
- Corner connection of the logs
- Planning permission
- Contraction and Expansion of a log cabin
- Contraction in the Summer months
- Insulating a log cabin
- Ventilation in a log cabin
- Electricity in a log cabin
- Roof strength in a log cabin
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