A large modified Liverpool log cabin built in Ivinghoe near Leighton Buzzard and Dunstable.
First of all the area is levelled for the former and we mix the concrete on site.
A 5m x 5m base so at least 5 Jumbo bags of ballast required and around 25 bags of cement.
Walls lined up we start the build. Drilling and fixing wall logs as we go.
Soon up to window height so windows are slotted into place and the door frame is fitted.
Close of day one and or at least the close of daylight and we have roof boards and a good covering of quality damp proof membrane so the cabin will remain dry overnight.
Start of the second day and we fit bitumen roof tiles. Note the cabin next door (not one of ours) with an inferior roof covering!
Spot the difference in the quality of these two roofs!
Interior floor fitted ready for Bob to insulate and fit the sauna!
The 5 metre by 5 metre option offers a huge amount of additional recreational space.
Bob Opted for the doors from the Devon log cabin as opposed to the full length glazed doors standard to the Liverpool. We can accommodate door style changes at no extra cost.
Lowered to 2.5m ridge height this cabin complies with rules to avoid the need for planning permission in England.