Project Description

Wall log thickness

log thicknessChoice of log thickness will depend on the scale of the building and its intended use and sometimes just vanity. We can offer much advice and experience to help. Read about the type of pine we use.

Wall log thickness may be 33mm, 45mm or 56mm. The maximum length of cabin wall for 33mm log is 6000 mm. Logs are 130mm tall.

We only use PEFC certified Northern Scandinavian pine for our Keops log cabins. The 5 star selected grade ensures straightness, stability and high density and is free from excessive splits, loose knots or sap. It is kiln dried and has precisely machined corner joints ensuring both vertical and horizontal interlocking. Robust tongue and groove provides deep engagement of logs; single on 33m and 44mm logs and double T&G on 56mm logs. All logs are from the same source and batch. Log ends can either be rounded or straight and have a 95mm protrusion.