Naturally a full-sized summer cabin will not fit neatly into your backyard. Likewise, a log cabin shed would be inadequate as a guest home on your lot of undeveloped acreage. These examples illustrate perhaps the most difficult part of attaining the right cabin: the decision making process! The process begins with deciding and defining the cabin’s intended purpose and taking into account the size of the cabin-designated area. To get the process started, consider these questions:
- Will the cabin be in a backyard, or on another property / location?
- Will the cabin be used in conjunction with an existing home or will it be used as a residence?
- If the cabin is used as a home, is it intended to be permanent (long term) or temporary (short term)?
- If utilized in conjunction with an existing home, what will be the log cabin’s use (i.e. storage shed, garden cabin, spare room, etc)?
With the above questions answered you can better conceptualize where the cabin is going to be placed and what it is going to be used for; in other words, you are one step closer to choosing the right cabin. The next step is to decide what aspects you would like your log cabin to feature.
Answering these questions will help:
- Is affordability important?
- Do you prefer 100% natural, top-quality wood?
- Should it consist of a door(s) and/or window(s)?
- Would you prefer customizable options?
- Do you want the possibility for disassembly?
If you answered yes to these questions then a log cabin kit is the right log cabin for you. Finding a shed kit supplier who specializes in superior quality outdoor wood projects is the final step. By choosing the right supplier you can be assured that any questions you have will be answered, that any loose ends pertaining to your decision making process will be addressed, and that all of your size and function needs will have been met. After completing the process outlined here, you will undoubtedly feel satisfied and confident