Doors and Windows

Put simply, our doors and windows are what separate us from the competition.


Most companies offer costly upgrades for better Windows in their Log Cabins/Cabins. We offer high quality, hand made units, with quality Argon filled Glass Panes. CE approved. Our Windows are very hard wearing, and are hand made by skilled joiners.

Our 44mm, double 44mm and 70mm cabins all come with our Premium Double Glazed tilt and turn windows, and have the addition of double mastic and high quality galvanised black rain guards that will never rot or rust. They are ’tilt and turn’ so they open inwards from the side, or tilt back on themselves to open from the top. They also have a five point locking mechanism. The units are 24mm thick, with 4mm glass and 16mm gap.

Our Premium double glazed tilt and turn windows

Georgian Bars

On top of this, they also come with wooden Georgian bars that can be fitted to the inside of the window to give the appearance of Georgian windows.  They are packed with windows but are not attached, so you can chose whether or not to add them.

Georgian window bars

For our 34mm cabins we offer our standard double glazed units, as shown here

windows for 34mm cabin


External doors from 34mm and above are double glazed to the highest degree. Internal doors are manufactured in well seasoned solid pine that are beautifully mortice and tenon jointed.

Door and Window Sizes

Each cabin states what size windows and doors it comes with, but if you are having a bespoke cabin made up, below is a list of the sizes available.

Windows and doors are all pre-hung in their frames ( see our “making your cabin” page in our FAQ section)


The sizes for the windows are (height mm  x width mm ) :

single windows (ie toilet)  either 500 x 500 or 600 x 600

Shallow single window 560 x 1120

Standard window 1130 x 710

longer windows  1260 x 710

extra long 1520 x 710

Double windows are 1130 x 1310


Single doors are 1930 x 830  (3/4 glazed)

Double doors 1930 x 1410  ( 3/4 glazed)

Treating your windows and doors


There are two things you need to do with your cabin.  You MUST use a preservative first, and then use a stain or wood colour.

We would recommend using either Sadolin or Sikkens, as they are high quality, and have a wide selection to chose from.

Generally speaking, the more you pay, the better the product, but do shop around.

Whatever you use, make sure:

1. It is a preservative, and not just a paint
2. It must have at least a small amount of pigment to provide sun protection.
3. It must be a waterproofer (many preservatives do not contain any waterproofing)

Whatever you do, don’t just use regular paint on your cabin. It will not allow the wood to breathe, and it doesn’t stretch, so it will soon ruin your wood.