Log Home Materials
Here you’ll find valuable information about the wide array of building materials there are to choose from.
When it comes to heating and cooling your log home, the best strategy may be to divide and conquer.
By Donna Peak
Have you heard of a ductless mini-split heating/cooling system? Don’t despair – many people in […]
Testing has shown that though the R-value of a log is technically low, log homes are energy efficient. Read on to learn about the energy benefits of log homes.
By Rob Pickett
The log home industry has […]
When you’re building a new home, there are so many items to select, you will literally make hundreds of decisions as you go through the process. Having a firm idea of your budget (about things […]
Learn more about wood shrinkage and how to handle the resulting settlement instead of trying to avoid it altogether.
Wood shrinkage and the resulting settlement and movement are not problems but characteristics of working with a […]
All homes suffer damage of one kind or another–but when it happens, do you DIY or hire a pro? Some repairs you can do yourself. Others will need an expert.
You may accidentally mar the […]
When building a log home, you must know how to account for the non-log materials necessary to complete your home's overall look.
If cedar logs have such good natural preservatives, why doesn’t every log-home company sell them?
Are cedar logs truly the best choice for your log home? Buyers often wonder whether there’s a best wood for logs. […]
This video will discuss the different types of corner systems and construction methods available for your log home project.
Log and timber homes are defined by the way they are built and the material they’re made from.
Learn about the four basic elements of log home restoration to transform your bad-looking log structure. Take your log home from grunge to glory in 4 steps.
By Jim Renfroe
I have seen some pretty bad-looking log […]