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Randy Esposito
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What do you look for in an informational CD
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Bayern-Landhaus Dec 20, 2008.

 

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Tell us about yourself:
Complete Log Home Builder/Dealer for Moosehead Cedar Log Homes. We build throughout CT and RI. www.jenranhomes.com
Are you lucky enough to be living in a log home?
No, A Cedar Home
What timeframe are you looking to start your dream home?
Within 12 months

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At 9:45am on April 13, 2011, michael sigmon said…
I will have to look into Moosehead.  Thanks.
At 9:07am on April 13, 2011, michael sigmon said…
You are right about the freight.  it is a big expense.  depending on the size of the home it is 2-3K per truck.  I am not familiar with moosehead log homes.  coventry will ship at no charge but lazarus uses true full 9-10 " round logs and it is hard to find that full log look for their package prices
At 9:05pm on November 7, 2010, Mike Leslie said…
Hey Randy,
We'll be at the show that weekend and we're definately going to make sure that we see you. I think we'll be there on Friday but if not it'll be Saturday.
At 8:15am on November 5, 2010, Tom Fleming said…
Hey Randy!
Thanx for your response....we did look into Moosehead but the cedar homes...although beautiful....are just too expensive for us....we need to do a 18X49ft foot home turnkey for @$150
At 10:25am on November 8, 2009, Paula Steady said…
Thanks Randy, I will contact him.
At 9:31pm on October 28, 2009, lynn anderson said…
Thanks. That weekend happens to be my (a major) birthday for me, so don't know if we'll get there. But I'm sure we'll meet sometime.
At 12:13pm on October 27, 2009, lynn anderson said…
Well, perhaps I am misinformed. From reading the magazine ads, I concluded that log for log, cedar was considerably more expensive. How much less maintenance is there with cedar? How much choice would I have in stain color with cedar vs pine? I know the advantages against termites, and that you can skip the anti-infestation pre-treatment. Thanks for sharing. Hey-we'd build in RI if we could find a really small, rural town.
At 10:13pm on October 24, 2009, lynn anderson said…
Yes-we liked the bolt down system and spring-loaded joining system. We can't afford to build with cedar.
At 10:19pm on October 23, 2009, lynn anderson said…
Hi CT neighbor. I gather that you sell or build log homes? Our new year's resolution will be to purchase land this year, but don't know where that will be. We're open- looking for someplace really quiet within 300 miles of Hartford. I want to be 40 minutes from a mall and 15 minutes to a medium-size grocery store, and 30 minutes from a college. We have visited Beaver Mtn log homes, and like True North's construction system the best. We are in the dead center of CT. Where are you?
At 11:35pm on August 7, 2009, Tracy Lawrence said…
Yes I have the blueprints. What do you mean by giving me prices off the plan? Are you talking about pricing materials (logs, doors, windows, flooring and whatever else was in the kit)"? I was told I could not use the plans to have cabin built unless I bought thier kit. Or are you talking about pricing stacking the logs thru the felt and site work, well septic?
 
 
 

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