What roof protection do you want?
We offer three types of roofing protection as shown below. However, not all options are available on all of our products, so if the product you are looking at does not have a tick box for a particular roofing material then it is not available for that model.

We strongly advice that you provide a form of roof protection your to log cabin as it will help protect it from the elements and save your valuables from being damaged.

 
Superfelt
Give your Garden Building a durable roof covering with our Super Felt. This is a highly-durable form of felt, made of thick material using an advanced polyester formula to make it resistant to tearing in strong winds. Super Felt will offer your Garden Building added protection from the varying British weather and is supplied in a green/grey mineral finish.

Surface of superfelt roofing material for log cabinsRolls of Superfelt roofing material for log cabins

 
 
Rectangular Shingles
Our high-grade glass fibre based bitumen Rectangular Shingles come in two colours; black and green. We also supply a thick waterproof plastic membrane to put underneath the shingles to provide extra protection for your garden building against the elements. The waterproof plastic membrane will not be provided where the pitch of the roof is high enough to allow water to run off. The Shingles offer an attractive, durable, and high end finish to your Garden Building.

Surface of Log Cabin roof covered in rectangular shinglesIndividual roofing shingles for wooden log cabins



Hexagonal Shingles

Our high-grade glass fibre based bitumen Hexagonal Shingles come in black. We also supply a thick waterproof plastic membrane to put underneath the shingles to provide extra protection for your garden building against the elements. The waterproof plastic membrane will not be provided where the pitch of the roof is high enough to allow water to run off. The Shingles offer an attractive, durable, and high end finish to your Garden Building.

Hexagonal Shingles surface for wooden log cabin roofingBlack Hexagonal Shingles for log cabin roof