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Timber & Joinery Showcase 1


LOG CABIN UK


Log Cabin UK specialises in the design and construction of


contemporary styled log buildings.


Many people regard real wood as the best building material in the world.


While ensuring its clients are satisfied by the aesthetics of their log cabin, its underlying ethos is one of quality and sustainability.


www.logcabinuk.com Enq. 187 3 2 OAK DESIGNS COMPANY LTD


With more people investing & adding value to their properties the emergence of outdoor entertainment areas and garden rooms have risen in popularity. This combined with the focus on eco-friendly materials and creating a product that will last the test of time and still look great has seen oak structures as a perfect method to achieve this. A true example of this can be seen by the garden art studio made by oak designs. This barn hipped roof oak structure has an internal room with French doors that open out to an undercover patio, ideal for different uses and seasons.


www.oak-designs.co.uk Enq. 188 OSMO


Wood cladding is fast becoming a highly sought after material for


external coverings. Osmo UK, the wood and finishes expert, offers a quality wood cladding range, which provides a natural and attractive finish to a property. Osmo’s range of ready to install, custom made external cladding can be tailored to each individual’s desire and offers a choice of profiles, wood species, colours and finish. The finish protects it from weathering.


www.osmouk.com Enq. 189


Enq. 190


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selfbuilder & homemaker www.sbhonline.co.uk


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