26X14. 8x4 metres, 2 room's. ELVEDEN 44MM TONGUE & GROOVE TIMBER LOG CABIN WITH FELT ROOF TILES £5548.50 Delivered @ B&Q - HotUKDeals
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26X14. 8x4 metres, 2 room's. ELVEDEN 44MM TONGUE & GROOVE TIMBER LOG CABIN WITH FELT ROOF TILES £5,548.50 Delivered @ B&Q

£5548.50 @ B&Q
Use code EMAIL2508 for this price, plus a possible 3% Quidco of £133 Product Information 8x4 metres 2 rooms. This Elveden 26x14 log cabin with felt roof tiles is perfect for use as a summerh… Read More
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Use code EMAIL2508 for this price, plus a possible 3% Quidco of £133

Product Information

8x4 metres 2 rooms.

This Elveden 26x14 log cabin with felt roof tiles is perfect for use as a summerhouse, workshop or extra storage space. Assembly required.

44mm 44mm Tongue & Groove cladding

Doors & windows are single glazed with toughened glass

Comes with Toughened glass, felt roof tiles, tongue & groove floor

10 years Manufacturers anti-rot guarantee applicable if care instructions have been followed

Features and benefits

This log cabin has two opening windows which allow for fresh air and ventilation during the warmer months. The 12mm floor is built on pressure treated floor bearers which isolate the shed from ground contact and help prevent from rot.

This log cabin is supplied with comprehensive fitting instructions and fixings provided. 2 people are required to build.

We recommend that log cabins are sited on pre-laid, level, solid and dry ground, with a foundation of concrete to give a stable and even footing for your cabin to sit on.

The dimensions given refer to the external dimensions of the product unless otherwise stated

Technical specifications

Height 2.5m

Width 7.89m

Depth 4.19m

Material European Softwoods

Door type Single & Double

Number of doors 3

Number of fixed windows 3

Glazing type Toughened glass

Roof Design Apex

Made in England

Surface finish Planed timber

Fixings supplied Fixings supplied

Timber approval FSC® approved

Timber certificate TT-COC-003110
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8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
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38 Likes
kamenitzabrit
Might be useful to state that it's 26x14 FEET or just put 26' x 14' in the title ?

At that size, it's possible to live in it, as there's flats around that size for goodness sake, and it's called a shed.
Look on ebay and you can buy a house in a European village for less money....... not luxurious, but quite liveable.


what as oppose to inches or metres?? it's obviously in feet for that price, some people argghh. good deal heat added.
25 Likes
majorpain
Heat added :) will it fit in my trolley ?

Yes...

https://theqatarpress.files.wordpress.com/2014/04/trolley.jpg
11 Likes
I have one of these and it is great! One room is our Gym and the other is a home cinema. It was quite a bit of work sorting out the foundations but well worth it for the final result.

NB Two people could put this together in a few days though we elected to have it erected when delivered (at additional cost)

Feel free to ask any questions!
10 Likes
I personally think tuin look better value.I've got one just under 30sq metres similar to this I guess.comes with double glazed French doors and 3 point opening Windows cost me £3500 delivered.built it in 2 days with an additional 2 days to shingle the roof with the help of an eleven and forteen year-old .looks daunting when it all turns up but if you follow the basic plans provided ,its not that hard really.even if you don't think tuin deco is for you there's a lot of handy information Free and available on their site.I found it helpful when checking the many sites out there for what type of wood ,what different cuts of wood are used to make the cabins ,what paint or stain to use,insulating your cabin ,lots of things I wouldn't of thought of before .mine by the way is I think 48mm single skin .I insulated it with 100mm celotex floor and roof this cost me an additional 500 quid just to purchase so bare that in mind .also cost me 800 to do the concrete base myself this included hire of concrete pump truck to save the slog of carting it a down my garden in a wheel barrow before it went off .also most log cabins will require a floor of some description as most proper cabins don't come with one unlike a shed.
5 Likes
looks perfect in wembley or southall to rent out

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3 Likes #1
Might be useful to state that it's 26x14 FEET or just put 26' x 14' in the title ?

At that size, it's possible to live in it, as there's flats around that size for goodness sake, and it's called a shed.
Look on ebay and you can buy a house in a European village for less money....... not luxurious, but quite liveable.
38 Likes #2
kamenitzabrit
Might be useful to state that it's 26x14 FEET or just put 26' x 14' in the title ?

At that size, it's possible to live in it, as there's flats around that size for goodness sake, and it's called a shed.
Look on ebay and you can buy a house in a European village for less money....... not luxurious, but quite liveable.


what as oppose to inches or metres?? it's obviously in feet for that price, some people argghh. good deal heat added.
11 Likes #3
I have one of these and it is great! One room is our Gym and the other is a home cinema. It was quite a bit of work sorting out the foundations but well worth it for the final result.

NB Two people could put this together in a few days though we elected to have it erected when delivered (at additional cost)

Feel free to ask any questions!
[mod] 2 Likes #4
DADSCAB
I had to delete your recent post as it contained several hundered charcters and wouldn't post
1 Like #5
Also available for £7143 including installation.
#6
andywedge
DADSCAB
I had to delete your recent post as it contained several hundered charcters and wouldn't post
No problem.
#7
rd3d2
I have one of these and it is great! One room is our Gym and the other is a home cinema. It was quite a bit of work sorting out the foundations but well worth it for the final result.
NB Two people could put this together in a few days though we elected to have it erected when delivered (at additional cost)
Feel free to ask any questions!
For another £2436.30 they will put it up for you, but I think that's a bit steep myself. You could Probably get a local builder to to put it up cheaper than that, if you don't fancy having a crack at it yourself.
#8
LesD
Also available for £7143 including installation.
I think that might be a different one Les
1 Like #9
DADSCAB
LesD
Also available for £7143 including installation.
I think that might be a different one Les

Sorry....should have added the link...

http://www.diy.com/departments/26x14-elveden-44mm-tongue-groove-timber-log-cabin-with-assembly-service/241599_BQ.prd

Edited By: LesD on Sep 06, 2016 18:48
#10
LesD
DADSCAB
LesD
Also available for £7143 including installation.
I think that might be a different one Les
Sorry....should have added the link...http://www.diy.com/departments/26x14-elveden-44mm-tongue-groove-timber-log-cabin-with-assembly-service/241599_BQ.prd
I think this one comes with a shed floor as opposed to the tongue & groove floor on the one in the deal. They should really highlight these specs to make it easier for people when trying to purchase.

Edited By: DADSCAB on Sep 06, 2016 19:05
#11
rd3d2
I have one of these and it is great! One room is our Gym and the other is a home cinema. It was quite a bit of work sorting out the foundations but well worth it for the final result.
NB Two people could put this together in a few days though we elected to have it erected when delivered (at additional cost)
Feel free to ask any questions!

How many rooms does yours have? This looks like 2. Is that right?


rd3d2
I have one of these and it is great! One room is our Gym and the other is a home cinema. It was quite a bit of work sorting out the foundations but well worth it for the final result.
NB Two people could put this together in a few days though we elected to have it erected when delivered (at additional cost)
Feel free to ask any questions!
2 Likes #12
Heat added :) will it fit in my trolley ?
1 Like #13
Allow £6 per square foot for concrete base, put it up your self it's easy
1 Like #14
kamenitzabrit
Might be useful to state that it's 26x14 FEET or just put 26' x 14' in the title ?
At that size, it's possible to live in it, as there's flats around that size for goodness sake, and it's called a shed.
Look on ebay and you can buy a house in a European village for less money....... not luxurious, but quite liveable.
Where?
2 Likes #15
I envy you guys that say you can put this up yourself. It's too much of a gamble for me and I think over 1k for installation is too much
2 Likes #16
Cheapest house ever.now to purchase some land
#17
it's says £6,665
1 Like #18
emi3008
it's says £6,665

First line says use - EMAIL2508 discount code.
10 Likes #19
I personally think tuin look better value.I've got one just under 30sq metres similar to this I guess.comes with double glazed French doors and 3 point opening Windows cost me £3500 delivered.built it in 2 days with an additional 2 days to shingle the roof with the help of an eleven and forteen year-old .looks daunting when it all turns up but if you follow the basic plans provided ,its not that hard really.even if you don't think tuin deco is for you there's a lot of handy information Free and available on their site.I found it helpful when checking the many sites out there for what type of wood ,what different cuts of wood are used to make the cabins ,what paint or stain to use,insulating your cabin ,lots of things I wouldn't of thought of before .mine by the way is I think 48mm single skin .I insulated it with 100mm celotex floor and roof this cost me an additional 500 quid just to purchase so bare that in mind .also cost me 800 to do the concrete base myself this included hire of concrete pump truck to save the slog of carting it a down my garden in a wheel barrow before it went off .also most log cabins will require a floor of some description as most proper cabins don't come with one unlike a shed.
1 Like #20
bluesmudge99. thanks for your contribution. Would you be kind enough to post us the link of where you bought yours so we can compare. thanks
2 Likes #21
bluesmudge99, what's tuin?
ah google found it
http://www.tuin.co.uk/Karen-Log-Cabin-5-x-3.2m.html

Edited By: Dagan2008 on Sep 06, 2016 21:33
2 Likes #22
bampoea
bluesmudge99. thanks for your contribution. Would you be kind enough to post us the link of where you bought yours so we can compare. thanks
http://www.tuin.co.uk/home.php

That's who I got my log cabin from - highly recommended. Their website is a fountain of information even if you don't purchase from them.
#23
For that price I'd want it put together. rip off for a posh shed.
#24
Just need land to put it on now which will be many times the price of this shed I mean log cabin.
#25
Dagan2008
bluesmudge99, what's tuin?
ah google found ithttp://www.tuin.co.uk/Karen-Log-Cabin-5-x-3.2m.html

tuin, definitely... quality product at pretty stunning prices...
1 Like #26
My 44mm cabin cost £1200 to put together including the concrete base. And it's 15 x 10 so the price quoted is a bit high if it doesn't include the base. Definitely worth getting a pro in to do it as it's not really a one person job anyway. Make the wrong cut and you have had it!
1 Like #27
thanks to you all. am grafeful
1 Like #28
My wife needs this...
3 Likes #29
Really expensive - take a look at Dunster House, Warminster for a better quality log cabin at a fraction of the price.
#30
kamenitzabrit
Might be useful to state that it's 26x14 FEET or just put 26' x 14' in the title ?

At that size, it's possible to live in it, as there's flats around that size for goodness sake, and it's called a shed.
Look on ebay and you can buy a house in a European village for less money....... not luxurious, but quite liveable.


twazzak
#31
rd3d2
I have one of these and it is great! One room is our Gym and the other is a home cinema. It was quite a bit of work sorting out the foundations but well worth it for the final result.

NB Two people could put this together in a few days though we elected to have it erected when delivered (at additional cost)

Feel free to ask any questions!


good for a man cave?
#32
Cogbill
Really expensive - take a look at Dunster House, Warminster for a better quality log cabin at a fraction of the price.
Thanks for that m8 lots of options at what seems a much better price!
25 Likes #33
majorpain
Heat added :) will it fit in my trolley ?

Yes...

https://theqatarpress.files.wordpress.com/2014/04/trolley.jpg
#34
ockyjimd
Allow £6 per square foot for concrete base, put it up your self it's easy

£6 per square foot isn't enough a cubic meter is around £180
#35
OrribleHarry
ockyjimd
Allow £6 per square foot for concrete base, put it up your self it's easy
£6 per square foot isn't enough a cubic meter is around £180
But maybe the plan is to only have a base 100mm deep then thats about the same.....isn't it?
#36
UncleStan
Cogbill
Really expensive - take a look at Dunster House, Warminster for a better quality log cabin at a fraction of the price.
Thanks for that m8 lots of options at what seems a much better price!
Yes, Dunster House prices do look very good...until you spec all the extras, like a better quality roof, a floor, any double glazing options. I was going to order a Vanguard from them, but by the time I specced it up the price had gone from £3300 to £5200. Admittedly, that was adding extras like internal wall & door, plus roof shingles, but even so the headline prices shift dramatically when you start to add anything on. I would also check out their feedback online (not on their site) before buying. A mate just purchased from Tuin and is delighted with the service all the way through and also the end product. I have ordered from a local company in Essex, still got a few weeks until delivery.
#37
patg2005
OrribleHarry
ockyjimd
Allow £6 per square foot for concrete base, put it up your self it's easy
£6 per square foot isn't enough a cubic meter is around £180
But maybe the plan is to only have a base 100mm deep then thats about the same.....isn't it?

At 100mm thick it's around 3.3 cubic meters required.
1 Like #38
I'm gonna open up a crack house with this.
1 Like #39
Cogbill
Really expensive - take a look at Dunster House, Warminster for a better quality log cabin at a fraction of the price.


Good tip, thanks
5 Likes #40
looks perfect in wembley or southall to rent out

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