Today is a short blog about quality interlocking logs and crap!
I cannot for legal reasons tell you the company who’s video I took this from, but what I will say is that they are one of the largest in the UK.
As I always do I look through peoples advertising material, be it written or videos and see what lies they are telling the public and exposé it, for what it is, deceitfulness!
Sadly too many companies out there in internet land, believe that you the public are too thick to understand what quality is, so Mr Log Cabins LV is going to help you notice how to spot the bulk rubbish that sadly litters our market and gardens.
Here is a list of what makes a great garden log cabin.
Slow manufacturing production.
Skilled work force.
Winter cut slow grown Russian timber.(this is absolutely vital for longevity for a garden cabin).
Certified double glazed windows and doors.
Skilled machinists, sharp blades, and a quality finish.
Quality windows and door hardware.
Professionally spray painted windows and doors.
Oak thresholds on doors.
Metal tie rods for the walls.
And so much more.
And this should all be standard with every cabin.
Or it is with ours.
So today’s blog… I want to show two photos of a badly cut interlocking notch and a good one, one of them comes from a company in the UK that claims to be the best, and is actually selling rubbish.
And the other photo is how it should look.
Interlocking notches should be tight, and you should not be able see into the lock. We all make mistakes in this industry we are only human, but!! This is not a mistake it’s bad workmanship where profit rules, sadly not quality!
Log Cabins LV the sensible choice!