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12x10 Danbury 28mm Tongue & Groove Log cabin

£2,240
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Product Details

Product Information

This Danbury 12x10 log cabin is perfect for use as a summerhouse, workshop or extra storage space. Assembly required.

  • 28 mm 28mm Tongue & Groove cladding
  • Single glazed with toughened glass
  • Product supplied unpainted.
  • 10 years Manufacturers anti-rot guarantee applicable if care instructions have been followed

Features and Benefits

This log cabin has draught sealed doors and windows to help retain warmth during the cooler months, whilst the two open windows allow for fresh air and ventilation during the warmer months. The 14mm thick floor is built on pressure treated floor bearers which isolate the shed from ground contact and help protect from rot.

  • Made using responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly timber
  • 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

Health and Safety

Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

Technical Specifications

Height (m)2.32m
Width (m)3.59m
Depth (m)2.99m
MaterialEuropean softwoods
Door typeDouble
Number of doors2
Number of fixed windows4
Glazing typeToughened glass
Roof DesignPent
Made inEngland
Surface finishPlaned timber
Fixings suppliedFixings supplied
Timber approvalFSC® approved
Timber certificateTT-COC-003110
Product code5019804414635

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1.66 / 5(3 reviews)

Leaks, windows that don't open....don't buy

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ru79 - 9 months ago

I bought this cabin with high hopes. The guys that installed it were great and for a little while I was happy. The doors and windows were flimsy and prone to sticking, but that's not the end of the world. Within two years some parts are buckling and the roof is leaking. I contacted Shire(who are the actually manufacturers) but they said I was out of my 1 year warranty. They also said the leaky roof was because I hadn't treated the interior wood....even though I had.

In hindsight I wish I had believed the reviews online that warned of exactly this. It's better to spend a bit more and get something that will last.

Machines up floorboards

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Balsa wood - 3 years ago

Delivered in a thousand pieces! Very poor instructions ! The wood although direct from supplier being assembled by 2 builders both carpenters , we thought it was terrible quality ! Plus warped nothing fits snugly ! It's junk , should have built our own one!!!

12 x 10 danbury

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JayB - 6 years ago

The roof felt provided was not good enough to keep the cabin watertight,with the pitch of the roof being only 2 degrees water gathered on it and seeped through almost immediately,I had to purchase torch on mineral felt and employ a tradesman to fit it, this solved the problem.The timbers were delivered in a shrink wrap covering which was water tight(excellent) however the driver didn't have a hiab to lift this off in one go, we had to take off the protective shrink wrap and hand ball the bits of timber and stack it in the back garden, this left it open to the elements until i was ready to errect it. Also it would have been good if you had the choice of the timbers being treated with a colour of your choice of waterproof varnish etc at the factory, I would have paid extra for that. Having said all this, I still think the Danbury is quite good value for the money, as long as you budget for the roofing.