Hit the Road
Most new log homes are built on undeveloped land. You’ll need access for vehicles, materials and workers. That means a road. A clearing through the woods might seem like the solution, but an access road must handle traffic in all kinds of weather. A graded roadbed topped with gravel should do the job. […]
Hit the Road
Play up your log look by basing it on regional styles.
An appeal of building your log home is the opportunity to design it as you like. Doubts set in, however, because A) most people have never designed a home before and B) the few who have, haven’t designed a LOG home.
Learn how […]
Detailed "how to guide" to building a log home, covering everything from site locations to log raising to interior finishes.
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 […]
Professor Rob answers your questions regarding planning, building and renovating your wood home.
6 oft-overlooked places to build your log home
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