Leeds company selling world’s first ‘zombie-proof’ log cabin

An artist's impression of Tiger Log Cabins' ZFC-1
An artist's impression of Tiger Log Cabins' ZFC-1
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The world’s first “zombie-proof” log cabin has been designed by a Leeds company.

Tiger Log Cabins, which is based in Rodley, has announced it is selling its Zombie Fortification Cabin ZFC-1 this Halloween to guard against all forms of zombie attack.

Priced at £69,995 with an added £12,995 for installation, the tongue-in-cheek offering comes built with 44mm extra thick timber walls, protected slit windows with toughened double glazing and includes a garage with roller shutter doors as a place to store a military vehicle or getaway car.

Split into three separate buildings, the ZFC-1 also comes with food storage to last the duration of a zombie apolocalypse, a weapons store, living space and an upper deck with a 360 degree vantage point.

Ross Moran, managing director of Tiger Log Cabins, said: “Tiger Log Cabins wants to be at the forefront of log cabin design and developing side projects like the ZFC-1 really projects our forward thinking approach.”

Adding that the company has not yet sold a ZFC-1 but has had enquiries from as far afield as America, website manager Jack Sutcliffe described the product as the “ideal solution to keeping zombies at bay”.

The ZFC-1 also comes with a 10-year anti-zombie guarantee as standard and can be fitted with optional extras such as water cannons, riot protection suits and flamethrowers.

For those not convinced by the product, Tiger Log Cabins’ website features reviews from both customers and a disgruntled zombie called ‘Roger the Rotter’.

Visit www.tigerlogcabins.com for information.

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