Our log cabins are available in a range of wall thicknesses; 28mm, 45mm, 62mm Insulated (equivalent to 110mm U-Value).

U-Values provide a measure of the heat transfer through different materials. To allow you to compare options we quote the U-values of the walls below. If you intend to use your cabin all-year-round - rather than seasonally - you should choose as thick a wall as possible, to maximise the insulation.

We use interlocking tongue & groove timber in our walls to provide strength and stability, it also allows timber to naturally expand and contract.

Our 28mm walls are almost 50% bigger than a 19mm wall and are ideal for larger buildings for seasonal use. (U-Value 2.59 W/m2 K)

Our 45mm walls contain over 60% more wood than a 28mm wall and are ideal for use all-year-round. (U-Value 1.93 w/m2 k)

Our 62mm insulated walls are a sandwich of timber and polyisocyanurate. An innovative concept which helps retain heat far better than Rockwool or polystyrene. It produces a U-Value equivalent to 140mm wall thickness. (U-Value 0.69 w/m2 k)