9G x 9 (2.69m x 2.69m) Goodwood Danbury Log Cabin (19mm Logs)
Product code - 10250017-9Gx9
The 9 x 9 Goodwood Danbury Log Cabin is the largest in the Danbury range, but still provides a compact and secure log cabin that is perfect for storage or as a workshop thanks to its generous height and tongue and groove floor and roof.
- Single Door with full Length concealed Piano Hinge
- Pressure Treated Floor Bearers
- Proper joinery opening Glass Window can be Fitted to Either Side
Usually delivered within: 20-25 Working Days.
Note: Currently not available for delivery to Offshore Post Codes.
A Goodwood log cabin is manufactured in the UK and are of the best quality log cabins available. Goodwood control all aspects of the manufacturing process and are therefore able to guarantee the quality of the finished product. Only selected high quality materials from proven sustainable sources have been used throughout the construction of the Goodwood Log Cabin.
The Danbury log cabin is superbly built from 19mm thick interlocking logs of the highest quality. A Goodwood log cabin will last you a lifetime and if you want to move you can simply dismantle and rebuild. The glazing in the door and window provides plenty of natural light as well as complementing the design of the building. The window and the door are all handcrafted joinery and as in the walls are made from thick 19mm logs that ensure you are kept snug during those winter months. The Danbury comes with a 3mm Horticultural Glass window which is fully opening and mortised and tenoned as standard.
The size of the Danbury Log Cabin makes it extremely versatile for whatever use you have in mind and the generous headroom gives one the feeling of spaciousness. You can be assured that the Danbury Log cabin will provide a luxurious garden building that not only looks great but makes you feel great too. Once inside you cannot fail to notice the quality of the timber walls that instantly give you a comforting feeling and the thick roof beams provide a fantastic feature within the log cabin.
A Goodwood log Cabin is built to last. A log cabin gains its strength and stability from its corners and the 4 way corner joints used by Goodwood in their log cabins ensure their log cabins are sturdy and will withstand all weather conditions so you can relax in a Goodwood Log Cabin whatever the weather. When choosing a location for your Log Cabin allowance should be made for roof overhangs. It is absolutely essential that the base for the building is level.
The Log Cabin is supplied with heavy duty roofing felt, and all fixtures necessary to complete assembly. Floor joists are supplied properly pressure treated through the Goodwood in house facilities. Timber sizes stated are the actual size of the timber after planing and machining.
The Table below shows the specification for the Danbury Log Cabin. Please Note the table shows the minimum Ridge Height for the Danbury Log Cabin, this may vary for some larger footprints. For Ridge Height specifications for the other sizes in the "Danbury Range" please contact our Sales Team. All imperial measurements are approximate and the log cabins are built to metric measurements. The base sizes are taken to the extreme external length of the log including the corner joints that protrude. The base measurements do not include any roof overhangs.
To convert external dimensions to internal dimensions please minus 238mm off the external measurements. So for a cabin that was 1000mm x 1000mm, the internal measurements would be 762mm x 762mm
The Gable End (G) is the width or Front and is the first measurement and is where the door is located. The second measurement relates to the depth therefore for a 3590G x 2990mm (12G x 10ft) model the door/front is the 12ft measurement ie the first measurement.
Shire offer free delivery to all of the following postal codes: AL, B, BD, BN, BR, CB, CM, CO, CR, CV, DA, DE, DN, DY, E, EC, EN, GL, GU, HA, HD, HG, HP, HU, HX, IG, IP, KT, LE, LN, LS, LU, ME, MK, N, NG, NN, NR, NW, OX, PE, PO (No Service to Isle of Wight), RG, RH, RM, S, SE, SG, SK, SL, SM, SN, SS, ST, SW, TN, TW, UB, W, WC, WD, WF, WR, WS, WV and YO.
Parts of the following areas are chargeable, please refer to the 'additional extras' section for charges: Scotland, North-East England, North-West England, Wales and Welsh Borders, South-West England and South-East England.
No Delivery: We do not offer a delivery service to the Isle of Wight or the following postal codes: BT, GY, HS, IM, IV, JE, KW, PA and ZE.
Please Note - Within 2 weeks of ordering you log cabin you will recieve an information pack containing the plans for your log cabin and the assembly instructions. This will also explain how you should prepare for the arrival of you log cabin and how to treat it once it has arrived. Your log cabin will be supplied flat packed for self assembly. Goodwood Log Cabins are delivered on a flat bed lorry and you will need to unload it by hand. The driver will assist with this. Goodwood Log Cabins are made from kiln dried timber that must be laid flat and covered by tarpaulins or similar if stored outside prior to construction. This is to prevent moisture/rain/sun from distorting the timber.
Goodwood log cabins are built to order. If you cancel your order at any time after production has commenced you will be liable for the cost of work in progress to date of cancellation. If you cancel an order after it has been despatched and you will be liable for the cost of the building and the cost of return unless in the unlikely event the building is faulty. Although planning permission is not usually required we highly recommend that you contact your local authority if you have any doubt as to whether planning permission will be needed.
If you miss the delivery of your order your will incur a re-delivery charge as we have met our original delivery obligation with our first attempted delivery. If this is the case we will of course notify you, prior to the re-delivery, of any charges that apply. For further information and clarification regarding deliveries, please contact our sales team prior to placing your order on 0800 019 3865
Goodwood Frequently Asked Questions:
What size log cabin do I need?
We would always recommend that your decision making is based on the biggest log cabin you can afford. It will of course need to fit in the space you have allocated without any restrictions. You will find that just like a house, you will always find use for the space. Of course size and space will come down to what you will potentially use the Log Cabin for ie Office, Games Room, Hobby Room, Spill-Over Guest Room or for Dining. We also have Log Cabins with multi rooms. We offer a service where you can dictate your own size, location of doors/windows and the optional features you want.
What should I consider when choosing a location for my log cabin?
Unlike some Log Cabins with Goodwood Log Cabins you actually build the cabin from the inside but you will need enough room to be able to treat the external walls. We would therefore recommend that your log cabin should ideally have a clear space of at least 18" wide on all sides, if possible. We know that this can sometimes be an issue and therefore a reduced clearance is often possible on one or two sides. When considering your space around your log cabin (particularly where there are space constraints) remember to allow for any roof overhang. You should also clear the area of any nearby shrubs and trees and remember to allow for future growth. If possible a sheltered position is better.
Do Goodwood Import their Log Cabins?
Goodwood Log Cabins are not imported they are machined logged here in the UK. There are many advantages to this notwithstanding the logs will fit together first time which is not always the case for imported log cabins. First of all in the unlikely event of needing parts these are readily available and you would not have to wait weeks for replacement parts as you would if the log cabin was imported. Secondly as they are built in the UK any technical advice you may need is also readily available.
Do I need Planning Permission for a Log Cabin?
Buildings 2.5m and below generally do not require planning permission as a Log Cabin is classed as a temporary building but we would recommend that you check with your local authority as to the regulations for your area. Log Cabins over 2.5m and within 2 metres of a bourdary will require planning permission.
What is the best way to prepare a base for my Log Cabin?
All log cabins require a well prepared, solid, flat, level base to ensure a long lasting and stable installation. Paving slabs (built on hardcore) or concrete make ideal bases for Log Cabins. A solid concrete base is more permanent but is more expensive but it does provide an excellent base for a larger log cabin. Paving slabs are more practical and cost effective and we would recommend this type of base for a smaller log cabin. The base can be level with the ground but should have a fall of 1 in 50 to ensure water run-off.
What tools do I need to build my Log Cabin?
Good quality DIY hand tools, such as:
- Tape measure
- Ball of String (to check the diagonals)
Please Note: The only cutting which is required on a Goodwood Log Cabin is the final roof, floorboards, eaves edgings, skirting boards, felt and where applicable the verandah posts.
Does the Log Cabin need to be treated?
Log Cabins are supplied untreated. We explain in the section below the reasons for this. However as it is untreated it will enable you to decorate and finish it to your own individual style and taste. Please Note: the bearers are pre-treated with pressure treatment therefore any wood that comes into contact with the ground is powerfully treated to prevent against decay and insect infestation.
It is advised that you treat your log cabin when it has been constructed and treat the external walls periodically after that in order to maintain and prolong the life and beauty of your log cabin. We would also recommend the maintenance of doors and window hinges that you regularly oil these to ensure a continued smooth operation.
Why don't you pre-treat Log Cabins?
Log cabin timber is kiln dried- a process that reduces moisture content. This drying ensures that all wood is reasonably sized and capable of locking together tightly and securely.
If timber was to be pre-treated for customers, the rigidly sized pieces of wood would have to be coated with preservative at this stage of production. Each piece would absorb varying amounts of treatment and drying times would be inconsistent. This process would expand to different sizes and this movement would prevent the interlocking log walls from fitting together tightly and securely, if at all.
Do you offer an Installation Service?
Yes. We offer an installation service throughout the majority of the UK mainland. Please call our Sales Team on our Freephone Number 0800 019 3865 for a quote.
How is the delivery of my log cabin arranged?
The delivery company will contact you a few days prior to delivery to arrange a convenient delivery date with you. Access is required for a large lorry. This is a kerbside delivery.
How easy are Goodwood Log Cabins to assemble?
You will not need to be a DIY professional to put up a Goodwood log cabin. Comprehensive, accurate and extremely easy to follow assembly instructions are supplied. They show exactly where every component fits and the majority of individual components are coded to match the instructions. However, if you feel that you need a little advice or just have a couple of questions to ask, you can call us on: 0870 950 9940 or via e-mail at email@example.com and our experienced team will be happy to help.
Can I insulate my log cabin?
The floor and roof of our log cabins can be easily insulated. There are many insulated sheets on the market suitable for insulating your cabin. We recommend using batons on the wall with a slot at one end to allow for expansion and contraction of the wood. We also offer 11mm thick double glazing.
Can I have electricity in my log cabin?
Although providing an electricity supply to a log cabin is normally a straightforward task, for safety reasons we recommend that you consult an approved electrician first. Since January 1st 2005 all electrical work must be completed in accordance with IEE wiring regulations and BS 7671. Notifiable work must be either notified directly to the local building control department or completed by an operator who is approved under the Part P Electrical Competent Person Scheme.
- Delivered with all Fittings and Sheet Mineral Roofing Felt for Self Assembly.
- High Quality 19mm Thick Interlocking Logs as Standard.
- Single Door Mounted With Full Length Piano Hinge.
- Door can be Secured With Lock and Key.
- Thick Tongue and Groove Timber Roof and Floor
- Pressure Treated Floor Bearers.
- One Opening Glass Window. (Can be Fitted to Either Side)
- FSC Slowgrown Timber