There are some manufacturers offering various types of backyard studio kits. At first sight, you may think that they are all the same. However, they have features that make all the difference when it comes to quality and durability.
Sometimes, you might need a place where you can unwind. Most of the time, the only recourse is to designate an area in your own home as an area for reflection and relaxation. For some, the only way to do that is to build a backyard studio, cabin, or den. Here are factors you should consider before purchasing a backyard cabin kit with that purpose in mind.
Wood is often prone to infestation by termites and other wood destroying insects. It is also susceptible to mould and mildew. As such, all timber structures which have interlocking tongues and groove systems should always be factory treated through a vacuum, pressure impregnation, or long-term dipping. These processes make the wood more durable and resistant not only from infestation but also from the weather.
Glass Type Selection
Do you need safety glass or double glazing glass? The type of glass should complement the location of the cabin, as well as the purpose of the cabin. As such, if you want to read or write, ensure you have installed glasses that will protect you from harsh sunlight, such as tinted anti-UV glass.
Stainless Steel Rod Engineering
There are various cabins qith variable qualities when it comes to their steel fixtures. Some manufacturers focus on cheap shed-like temporary shelters, while others produce well engineered high-quality steel cabins. As such, if you want a structure that will last for years, look for one that has been made using stainless steel rods as the joining element, as opposed to boards that have been screwed together.
A studio cabin will add to the kerb appeal of your home. As such, make it in such a way that it looks part of your home, and not an afterthought of your home plan. Choose a studio or cabin kit with materials that are durable and resistant to infestation.