I've never thought of that before. It seems messy though.
I plan to plasterboard the internal walls and don't want to reduce the internal dimensions by too much. I'm doing it like a timber stud frame building except I'm working inside out, rather than outside in. If that makes sense.
The log cabin will need to be raised onto concrete beams with a dpc on each beam to protect the timber bearers from rot.
Once it's finished, you'll never know it was once a log cabin. It will have a warm insulated metal roof and kitchen and shower room.
I'll try and do a blog once we start. I'm just getting info on the insulation so that I do it correctly.
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