Placing your order
A deposit of 20% is required at the time of order. You will receive an order confirmation, deposit invoice, plus a "What Happens Next" letter, a timetable of events, insulation fitting instructions (if applicable) & preservative treatment information.
An invoice for the balance of payment will be sent to you approximately 2 weeks prior to your cabin delivery.
Our normal opening hours are Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 5.00pm. We are able to make arrangements outside of the above mentioned hours during the week, however, in ALL cases, visits are by appointment only so that we can allocate a member of staff to be present to devote adequate time to our visiting customers.
Bearing in mind that most of our cabins are being made fresh especially for you to your design requirements, we need a sensible time frame in which to process the order, design, schedule production, source correct high grades of raw materials, manufacture, package and transport.
This is reliably achieved in 6 weeks on average.
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All of our delivery lorries are equipped with Moffat Mounty / Kooi fork lift trucks on board.
These are incredibly versatile machines, that allow the driver to offload the cabin packs from the side of the lorry, travel a short distance and place the pack as close to your build site as is possible.
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We do offer an efficient installation service nationwide, although the majority of our customers take enjoyment from self assembly and we are available 24/7 to provide expert advice over the telephone should the need arise.
DIY Help Guide
Welcome to our DIY Help Guide. Here we'll be explaining everything you need to know about building your Keops log cabin. Whether you've already started and you're in the middle of your project, or contemplating whether to have a go, you'll find our DIY guide full of handy tips and practical advice, photos and videos. You'll be able to see exactly what's involved and how to do it. Anything you're not sure of, or if you have a question, you'll be able to leave comments following each article. Of course, if you think maybe it's a project too far, or you don't have the time, our professional construction teams are able to build your cabin for you. Click here to read all about our construction service.
We recommend that you are competent at DIY as there will be instances where you will need to saw, cut and trim, and have the help of at least one other person when building the roof of the cabin.
An alternative to a concrete base or timber or brick frame.
How to fit doors and windows
Door and window frames are slotted in as you build the cabin up. Take a look at our short video. We also talk about double glazing and decorative cross bars.
Changing your window frames to fit the log thickness of your cabin
Changing the window U channels. Difficult to explain on paper, but watch our video and we promise you'll have that eureka moment when everything becomes clear!
Gables and roof beams
The heavy work! and definitely a two man job. Fitting the gables and roof beams into place.
Roof boards and rain slats
Laying down the pine tongue and groove ceiling boards and fixing the rain slat trim.
Roof insulation is easy to cut and lay. Watch this short video to see how its done.
We show you how to attach the felt roof shingles and the ridge tiles.
Putting down the tongue and groove floorboards and fitting the trim.
If you have chosen the optional floor insulation we show you how to fit it.
How to build a veranda on the front of your cabin and lay the decking area.
Protecting your cabin from the elements. What (and what not) to use and why, and how to use it.