Many people are now working from a garden office at home, our range of Twinskin cabins have been specifically designed for this purpose. Not only can the wall cavity filled with insulation (as well as the roof and floor of course) but the same cavity can be utilised for running electric cables giving a very neat and tidy solution to trailing wires or conduits.
Nearly all of our standard designs are available in the twinskin configuration - just find a design you like and click into it where you will see the prices listed for all of the different wall thicknesses available, and then you can opt for the insulation type of your choice.
There is only one economic way of making a log cabin truly usable all year round, which is not to just insulate the roof and floor but also the walls as well by creating a cavity like a modern house, with 2 individual walls separated by an insulation cavity which can then be filled with various types of insulation.
Once insulated, the walls can be the equivalent thermal value of a solid wall which is 3.5 times thicker- our habitable specification 45mm twinskin has a wall thickness of 180mm, to achieve the same insualtion from solid timber would require a 600mm thick wall! This saves both space and also materials and therefore costs.
Please click here to review the various options available on the market today and see why the Hortons Twinskin option is the best.
PLEASE NOTE THAT NEARLY ALL OF OUR CABINS CAN BE "TWIN-SKINNED", SMALL OR LARGE, AND ARE LISTED WITHIN EACH OF OUR INDIVIDUAL CABIN PAGES IN OUR "LOG CABINS" CATEGORY. WE HAVE LISTED SOME OF THE MORE POPULAR DESIGNS ON THIS PAGE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE.