44mm Bali <br> 4.7 x 3.5m

44mm Bali
4.7 x 3.5m

Reference : BALI

Price: £4,170.00

Roof Covering Info
 £580 EPDM for Bali cabin
"Automatically included in printed pricelists and selected by default"
Optional Extras Info
 £899 Bali Fitting Charge
 £540 Bali Roof Insulation
 £390 Bali Floor Insulation
 £640 Bali Laminate Flooring
 £1060 Bali under floor heating
 £290 EPDM roof trim kit and installation
Treatment Options Info
 £90 5L Universal Wood Preserver Supply Only.
 £276 Pre-treatment Labour Charge (Fits Only)
Waste Removal Options Info
 £96 Waste Packaging Removal Charge
 £0 Customer responsible for waste removal
The Log Cabin Specification:

Base measures: 4.5m x 3.3m
Log Measures: 4.7m x 3.5m
Front Wall Height: 2.39m
Rear Wall Height: 2.11m
Area: 14.2m2
44mm Thick Log
Canopy: 420mm
Pent Roof

What's Included?

Unlike some companies we like to tell you exactly what you need, without hiding any extra costs. All additional extras are optional and are highlighted above. So what do you get as standard in this package?

The Cabin Pack info
Roof & Floor Boardsinfo
Double Glazedinfo
Treated Bearersinfo
Facia Boardsinfo
Latches & Catchesinfo
Storm Proofing Barsinfo

Why not upgrade to Laminate flooring or even under floor heating?

 Our under-floor heating system is designed as a heating system (not just for floor warming).
 It gives an even heat coverage across the whole floor, controlled by a FH-01 Thermostat which has a 7-day / 24-hour timer built in. The thermostat controller is unobtrusive and takes up as much room as a light switch.
The power output is around 130w per square metre provided by a carbon film heating roll. We first lay a 6mm depron insulation layer above the floorboards that come with the cabin, on top of this the carbon films are laid, followed by a dielectric membrane. The wires exit the building (generally at the rear) and are placed in a box ready for your chosen professional electrician to wire into the mains. (Electrician costs not included and the heating system is made “electrician ready” please speak to us in relation to recommended contractors)

If purchasing the under floor heating, the laminate flooring must also be purchased at the same time. We have a choice of two colours, Country Oak, and Sienna Oak. The Country oak is a traditional Oak colour, and the Sienna Oak has a Grey Limed oak appearance. Both are laid on top of the dielectric membrane. Our laminate flooring is 8mm thick and is moisture resistant and it has a an AC3 hard wearing surface, suitable for most applications.

To get the most from the under floor heating we recommend that you purchase the floor and roof insulation, this will radiate the heat back into the cabin meaning it keeps the building warm and it will cost you less in the long run.
If you choose to have just the Laminate flooring, we strongly recommend having the insulated floor as well to counter condensation build up under the floor.

Caring for your cabin:

All our log cabins are built out of kiln-dried, untreated whitewood for you to decorate in accordance with your taste and style. Please ensure you treat your cabin inside and out as soon as it is fitted. To ensure the longevity of your building it is imperative that you treat any bare timber.

  • Preservative

Initially they will need a good coat of quality preservative both internally and externally. Our recommendations on the best products to use can be found here.

  • Painting

Once preserved they will need at least two coats of a high quality paint, we recommend Sadolin Superdec.
For the best results;
We recommend that you remove all doors and windows, one at a time, including the frames to allow you to treat behind each frame and on the log ends. Pay extra attention to the corners, joints, knots and log ends. Internally, a good quality wood stain or paint should also be used to seal the timber. Once painted a bead of silicone should be applied to the glass at the bottom section of each window and door. A bead of silicone or caulk should also be applied where the timber bearers meet the logs.

What does it get put on?

Although the cabin comes with treated bearers these will still need a base to sit on, we recommend a concrete pad. This must be completely level to ensure your cabin will not come across any problems both in the build and further down the line.

Having a level base is essential for your cabin. It means that all the logs slot and stay together without hitch, the windows and doors will be level and open without snagging. It also means the building will also settle in unison over time.

Recommended Base Specifications:

For the best results buildings should be placed on a concrete pad, however in certain situations we understand that this is not possible so therefore decking or a decking sub-frame can be used. This is fine as long as the below rules are followed. Buildings must:

  • Have a tolerance of no more than 5mm over the whole building span.
  • Be flat, level & square.
  • There should be no run-off, unlike a patio or driveway the base must be completely flat.
  • The base must be the exact size of the base of the cabin; if you are unsure ask a member of the sales staff, or alternatively the base size is listed in the brochure.
Does it come with wooden Flooring?

Most cabins will come with a TGV flooring, this will be highlighted in the pack options above. We would suggest the use of a floor varnish to protect the timber. If you choose to use a type of flooring other than the timber such as carpet, it is important to use a breathable underlay when choosing flooring, for example hessian backed or vapour permeable. Do not use rubber backed underlay as this will sweat and cause the floor to rot. (Lino is not recommended)

So, how is it put together?

There are two options for the erection of our cabins, you can fit these buildings yourself, with most sections pre-cut and instructions to walk you through it not as daunting task as you might imagine. You will need a few tools and a few extra items to complete the job, all cabins come with instructions on how to fit the building, with detailed drawings to run you through the build. bali_manual-50-pdf.pdf 44mm Bali <br> 4.7 x 3.5m

You can get it fitted by our expert team for an additional cost, highlighted above. Sit back and relax whilst the team erect the building from start to finish. We do not however prepare your concrete base or offer a painting service in-house, we can however recommend a contractor to do this for you, just speak to one of our staff in branch who will give you their contact details.

What about delivery?

All our cabin buildings are delivered on our own vehicles, the larger of these will be delivered on our 26 tonne (42 foot) crane lorry. Being such a large vehicle we will need to know if there are any obstructions, overhead cables or tight corners in the road. Please let us know if any of these may be an issue so we can make other arrangements. Our cabin packs as pictured are usually 1.2m wide by the length of the longest part of your purchased cabin e.g. 5 metres, they are delivered front of house so a space of this size will be required.
Delivery is free within our regional delivery area, roughly speaking this is within 30 miles of any branch, outside of this area we will contact you after check-out regarding delivery.

Please note any coloured pictures of the cabins are for demonstration purposes only, your cabin is supplied in a "whitewood" colour.