Good design provides physical and emotional satisfaction.
Buying a used log home doesn’t mean furnishing it from scratch.
A realistic construction schedule can keep your log-home project on track.
Take your log home from grunge to glory in 4 steps.
Once you’ve gotten construction financing, you’ll need to figure out how to allocate the money while the home is being built. You’d be foolish to pay for the entire project upfront, but you can’t wait until the end because workers have to be paid and materials must be bought through the six months to a […]
Answer these questions to make sure you’re ready to build.
By Jim Cooper
1. Do you own the land where your home will be built?
This might seem obvious, but homes are started every year on the assumption that the owner holds clear legal title to the construction site. When a lending institution is involved, its requirements will […]
Stairs in a log home are reason enough to have an upper level. Besides being easier to climb than ladders, staircases add an up-and-down look that plays against horizontal wall logs. And in homes whose loft overlooks the great room, stairs transition to eye-catching railings or coordinate with the logwork itself. Custom details turn them into […]
Assess your finances and plan for your home-building budget so you can make your dream home attainable.
This free article aims to help you assess your finances and create a budget plan for your custom log home.