LogHomeNeighborhood Usage Guidelines
This site is produced and maintained by Home Buyer Publications, which reserves the right to ban any member, post or comment it deems inappropriate at any time. To provide guidance on what activities may be deemed unfit for publication, the following provisions on member use have been adapted:
1. Member Courtesy: There are many different opinions on best log-home construction products, companies, techniques, etc. Members are certainly welcome to share their thoughts about what has or has not worked for them, things they’ve learned in their experience, and other helpful insights, but rude, condescending or spiteful comments will not be tolerated, as this is an open forum that all members should enjoy and feel comfortable using.
2. Legal Matters: Log-home construction can be a tricky process, which is why many members join the LogHomeNeighborhood — to learn more before they embark on such a journey. Unfortunately, some members may have experienced a more bumpy process than others. Although cautionary warnings are appreciated to prevent others from the same trials and tribulations, lengthy litigations are best left to legal professionals, not the LogHomeNeighborhood forums. Please refrain from using this site to air personal grievances.
3. Marketing: Log-home professionals are welcome and encouraged to share their expertise with inquiring members. Such experts may identify themselves and their affiliations within their comments or posts; however, product-specific comments should only be made when requested by members of the community. Unsolicited promotional wall posts, direct messages and/or any other blatant marketing tactics are not permitted. Along those lines, blogs, posts or other public communications that are produced solely for the benefit of the company at hand are also prohibited. Owners of competing resources to the LogHomeNeighborhood should refrain from using this site to promote their own services.
Members who engage in any of the above-listed impermissible activities will be given an initial warning by the neighborhood host; if such activity persists, offending members will be banned from the site.