The benefits of living in a pine cabin

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Comments (0) / November 24, 2014 /

Garden cabins and huts have been a primary living space for many years, however, it wouldn’t be a first choice when it comes to building and moving into a new home.


Living in a pine cabin, or any other wooden cabin comes along with many benefits:

Better insulation:
Steel and concrete are definitely sturdy materials but they come with a disadvantage, as they provide poor insulation for homes.
Pine provides brilliant insulation keeping in the heat and preventing heat loss, plus if it needs adjustment, it can be done easily for the accommodation of extra insulation.

Greater energy savings:
When energy efficiency is being determined, heat conductivity is often a factor that is unbeknownst to many.
A material’s conductivity rating is based upon the amount of heat the material absorbs/
Wood is four hundred times less conducive than steel and 8.5 times less conducive than concrete topping the ranks of a material’s low conductivity.

Meets more building codes:
Building codes regarding energy efficiency have been making an appearance in more municipalities all over the world, daily.
In present times, homeowners and builders are discovering that traditional building materials aren’t meeting those codes as well as wood is doing.
Wood has a versatile nature, so it means that is can be moulded and constructed to match any form of energy efficiency requirement no matter the climate.
Pinewood bespoke log cabins are fast proving to be a preferred residence.
For more information about our Bespoke log Cabins and what we can offer you, please visit our website for more Log Cabins for Gardens.

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