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How to Adjust Log Cabin Windows and Doors

How to Adjust Log Cabin Windows and Doors Tools List Adjusting Doors Maintaining the doors and windows in your log cabin is essential to ensuring that it is functioning at its best. Regular checks and adjustments will save you a lot of time and money in the long run. The process of adjusting the doors and windows may seem daunting, but with the right instructions, it is very manageable. To adjust the doors, it is best to start by deciding which direction…

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Understanding Planning Permission for Log Cabins in the UK

Understanding Planning Permission for Log Cabins in the United Kingdom Are you questioning whether you need planning permission for a log cabin in the UK? The answer isn’t straightforward as it varies depending on the size and design of the log cabin, and specific requirements may differ across local councils. Typically, any construction work, including a log cabin, is considered as “development” and would require planning permission. However, exceptions exist in the form of “permitted development,” which is defined by…

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“My Cabin” Treated Timber – Safe and CCA-Free Treated Timber in Scotland

“My Cabin” Treated Timber – Safe and CCA-Free Treated Timber in Scotland Welcome to “My Cabin,” the leading supplier of log cabins in Scotland, United Kingdom. We understand the importance of using top-quality materials that prioritize safety and longevity. That’s why we are delighted to offer treated timber for various applications, such as roof battens, exterior wall insulation cladding, and timber frame foundations. Our treated timber is specially formulated to be safe and free from Copper, Chrome, and Arsenic (CCA)…

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Toughened Glass – it’s the LAW!

Toughened Glass – it’s the LAW! Irish Building Standards LAW Safety glazing should be provided to any glass in a “critical area”. Glass panels less then 250mm wide can be fitted with laminated glass. Whereas, glass panels wider then 250mm have to be fitted with toughened glass. Below is an overview of critical areas that require safety glazing: Any glazed area within a window below 800mm from floor level Any glazed area within a window that is 300mm or less from a…

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