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8x6 Hartley 19mm Tongue & Groove Log cabin

£654
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Product Details

Product Information

This Hartley 8x6 log cabin is perfect for use as a summerhouse, workshop or extra storage space. Assembly required.

  • 19 mm 19mm Tongue & Groove cladding
  • Glazed joinery door
  • Product supplied unpainted.
  • Comes with Roof Felt,hardware, Lock handle & key, opening window, tongue & groove floor & roof, pressure treated floor bearers
  • 10 years Manufacturers anti-rot guarantee applicable if care instructions have been followed

Features and Benefits

This summerhouse has one opening window which allows for fresh air and ventilation during the warmer months. The 12mm floor is built on pressure treated floor bearers to isolate the shed from ground contact and help prevent rot. The ridge height is below 2.5m.

  • Made using responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly timber
  • This summerhouse 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)2.36m
Width (m)2.39m
Depth (m)1.79m
MaterialEuropean softwoods
Door typeSingle
Number of doors1
Number of fixed windows1
Glazing typeGlass
Roof DesignApex
Made inEngland
Surface finishPlaned timber
Fixings suppliedFixings supplied
Timber approvalFSC® approved
Timber certificateTT-COC-003110
Product code5397007006407

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3 / 5(3 reviews)

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uk4ndy - 2 years ago

One week after taking delivery of my cabin I have very nearly completed the project and although it has been time consuming and hard work, it is well worth it. Contrary to some of the reviews the cabin is definitely not complex or difficult to assemble - In fact I managed to complete the full build unassisted in under a day (except for floorboards which require treatment before fitting) and I do not consider myself to be anything other than an enthusiastic DIY amateur. Yes, the materials could be sturdier but what do you expect for a sub £600 cabin? Yes, some of the pieces are not in great condition and the finish is inconsistent, but there are plenty of substitute planks and with a little care in the treating and/or painting of the wood you can make the cabin look fabulous. If you take the time to read the instructions with care, have plenty of patience and a little DIY knowledge this is an excellent Cabin at a fantastic price.

Great value cabin

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MikeB1 - 4 years ago

There are some negative points: the written instruction sheet is confusing in some places and you need to think in terms of 4 days for 2 people (including wood treatment before and after assembly) - that's how long it took my wife and me. And you do need basic DIY skills, experience and patience. BUT it is a well designed cabin, with decent timber & fixings, and good detailing. There are spare components to allow for reject pieces so it doesn't matter if the odd panel has to be dicarded. We are really pleased with it.

cost cutting gone too far

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csm52 - 4 years ago

ok it arrives in 200 plus pieces all mixed up 20 % of which have varying degrees of damage. ranging from indents to full length splits and snapped pieces . but I managed to build it after some gluing, and clamping.
There is no frame inside or out and the timber is pretty weak so its not really as they call it "sturdy" some storm bracing will be added to mine as soon as possible.
The floor boards are far too thin and brittle , even my partner asked if it would be alright to use a chair on them after seeing them , the roof boards are again far too thin , to the point that the felt can not be fixed to the roof as stated in the manual because the short clout nails supplied are actually longer than the thickness of the roof boards, meaning they would go straight through. Think of pine cladding for a bathroom and you will be close to the thickness.
The window and door frames are made up of 12 pieces of timber each, which makes them much weaker and less stable than if just 4 decent pieces had been supplied, the door lock will go straight into the bin as the door is not suitable , again because the door is too thin.
One of the eight panes of glass was cracked so I have now ordered Perspex ones elsewhere.
So in summary I will still have to buy floorboards and roof boards and better timber for the doorframe to get this up to a "normal" standard oh and a padlock and hasp too.
Another annoying thing is they supply so many spare/extra pieces to try and allow for damaged parts that I think it would make more sense to just increase the thickness instead.