We often get asked the difference between choosing a Log Cabin or Shed. Below are some of the unique differences in terms of build quality.
A shed is a panelled structure. A frame is first made and the cladding is nailed onto it. Each wall is then a panel. It is normally installed directly on top of it's floor. A shed will have a cladding thickness of 7mm-18mm.
A Log cabin is built with individual logs. The log interlock with a jointing system at the corners. Each log is either 114mm or 135mm in height depending on the log cabin chosen.
A Log Cabin from Tuin will sit on top of a foundation beam which runs around the whole perimeter of the building including the doors. A floor will sit within the cabin, not underneath it. The floor is a floating floor meaning it is not connected to the wall logs.
Typical Shed Construction
Typical Log Cabin Construction
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