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Question from the Editor: Building a Log Home with a Flexible Floorplan

Building With the Future in Mind What are your tips for building a log home that you can live in for decades? Question from Editor Mike McCarthy | Log Home Living By now you know that creating a flexible floorplan will benefit you in the long run. Are you planning your home with this in […]
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What are your tips for building a log home that you can live in for decades?
Question from Editor Mike McCarthy | Log Home Living

By now you know that creating a flexible floorplan will benefit you in the long run. Are you planning your home with this in mind? Or perhaps you’ve already built (or are building now) and want to share your thoughts on floorplan flexibility.

So feel free to share your solutions for building a log home that will not only last generations – but will also meet your needs as you pass through generations: Get the conversation started by filling out the form below!

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  1. I’m designing my log home with near total ADA compliance and provisions for a future elevator. I am also working the design to hopefully accomodate a relative with Parkinsons Disease in as personal a space as possible, while still protecting my lifestyle and privacy.

    Ro BaileyNovember 4, 2007 @ 2:35 amReply



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