The use of treated wood increases your log cabin’s life span, as it protects the wood against fungi and other processes that may damage the wood.
Treated log cabins are ready to be constructed in your garden immediately upon delivery. Over time, your treated log cabin will begin to show signs of weathering.
It is important to know that dip treatment does not have moisture-regulating properties and does not guarantee windproof and waterproof walls and corners.
Treating wood does not seal it, which means the underlying wood can still absorb moisture very quickly or repel it in dry conditions. This is guaranteed to affect the quality and fit. For a good water seal, you must ALWAYS treat your log cabin with an appropriate paint or varnish.
A log cabin must be treated both inside and outside. Doors and windows must also be treated on all sides. You can use the appropriate paints and varnishes included in the Tuindeco catalogue (e.g. Embadecor, Embalan or Carefree protect).