9.2 m² Pavilion with 2.5 m extension
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Pavilion IS COMFORTABLE FOR 12-15 PEOPLE
- Inside area: 9.2 m² + 4.75 m² extension
- Timber: Pinewood,
- Height: 3400 mm
Sidewall height: 1950 mm
- Floor panels, thickness: 18 mm,
- Pavilion walls, thickness: 45 mm,
- Roof covered with bitumen shingles. Roof thickness and finishing: 18 mm; Finnish bitumen shingles,
- 5 double glazed windows (3 opening)
- Window size: 1020 x 1060 mm
- French style double glazed door with the wooden handle and lock
- Door size: 1020 x 1600 mm
- No BBQ
- 4 benches (2 extendable for sleeping)
- Cushions for the benches
The pavilion require a firm and level foundation. A concrete or paved patio is fine or alternatively a well-constructed wooden deck is perfect if you want to locate your cabin on a grassy area. A good foundation ensures stability and durability of the pavilion. Prepare the base of at least 5 cm height and make sure that there are sufficient air apertures under the pavilions floor for ventilation. It is recommended, to have the foundation prepared by a specialist; your local dealer can advise regarding this.
Pine wood for its physical characteristics is an ideal raw material for the construction – it is strong and is easy to recycle. However, changing weather conditions may change its appearance. Large and small cracks, colour tone changes as well as altering structure of the wood is a result of a natural cause. In order to ensure long service life of a cabin, it is necessary to protect it immediately with a suitable wood preserver. Professionally selected suitable coatings reduce the swelling and shrinkage of the wood. The cabin must be re-painted or re-stained according to the paint manufacturer’s instructions. We recommend inspecting the protection coating at least once a year and re-coat as necessary.
When using your BBQ for the first time, the surfaces of the new product that are in direct contact with the flames will create a smoky smell while warming-up; this is normal and is due to the paint curing. We advise to keep the door open during the first usage and not to cook until the smell has cleared out. To start the fireplace put a couple of fire lighters along with some charcoal on the fire grate. To make it easier and to ensure that the BBQ is getting enough replacement air, open the damper and it is also useful to keep the door or a window open during the lighting process. As the fire gets warmer, the draught will increase and then more charcoal or dry hard wood logs can be added.
Pavilions comes like “kit” with step by step assembling instructions.
We recommended – all assembling works must be done by professional carpenter.
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