Mr Melchers twinskin bespoke cabin with rubber slate tiles

Mr Melchers twinskin bespoke cabin with rubber slate tiles

Case study – 9

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Case Study 9 – Stage 1
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Case Study 9 – Stage 4
  • Decking is fitted to front and side of cabin
  • A view from Mr & Mrs Round's bespoke Clockhouse
  • Old un level concrete base
  • Old concrete base is out of level by 125mm
  • Floor bearers are layed in position
  • First wall timbers are fitted together
  • The floor bearers are packed to provide a level base for the cabin to be constructed
  • Side view showing the old uneven concrete slab and the levelling frame now in plan
  • The cabin installation starts
  • Side view of the cabin installation
  • The windows and doors are now fitted into position
  • Another view of windows and doors being fitted into position
  • The walls are now constructed to door and window height
  • Another view of cabin construction
  • The cabins roof beams and are now fitted to wall apex
  • Side view of roof beams in position
  • The roofing boards are now fitted to the roofing beams
  • The roof insulation is now fitted on top of the roofing boards before external
  • Insulation layer completed and ready for fascias to be fitted
  • Another view of roof apex with insulation layer
  • The Hampshire cabin with roof constructed and fully insulated
  • Internal view of cabin
  • Another internal view within the 5mx5m Hampshire log cabin
  • The cabin fascias have been fitted along with the roofing felt
  • Side view of the completed Hampshire log cabin