Your plumber and electrician will come to your residential log cabin two times – once for the first fix, wires and pipes, and then a return visit to finish off. Normally this should take about half a day for both, depending on the complexity of the job.
This works for for us, because we come to you two times when building residential log cabins. On our first visit, we build the outside walls, ceiling boards, and install all doors and windows. We return in a week or two to complete the job, after the electrician and plumber have done their first fix. So it is important to impress upon the trades people the importance of turning up when agreed!
Your electrician will tell you that the biggest cost for the job is the actual wire and switches/sockets/fuse-board etc, and that the labour is a smaller element of the overall cost.
Yes, you have plenty of lead-time for a log cabin. But you are bound to have lots of questions. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at any of our showrooms and we’ll be delighted to explain the ins and outs of building a log cabin.