To the stoic, the only thing that sets a log home apart from a traditional home is, well, the logs. Instead of drywall and 2-by-4 stud framing and itchy insulation, a log home is just made of logs instead, right?
To the log-home enthusiast, nothing could be further from the truth. A log home evokes a sense of charming simplicity no modern-styled house could…Continue
Added by Danielle Taylor on January 31, 2012 at 5:26pm — No Comments
There are colors everywhere, just like a rainbow. Or there will be soon.
The back of the cabin does not have as many logs as the front, so we needed to decide what to do with the wallboard. We looked at hundreds of different chips from different manufacturers and various color books, until colors were swimming all around us and nothing looked good…
Added by John Duke on January 31, 2012 at 1:26am — No Comments
Thank you Raymond. Some of the cabin has had sealer put on it about 4 years ago.
I will try some of those products Then a stain and sealer.
Added by Rick Swietek on January 26, 2012 at 5:47pm — No Comments
We inhearted a small log cabin on a lake. I believe there are powder post beedles in the wood.
Small holes with wood powder under them.
Does anyone have experience getting rid of them??
If you think there's no way you could ever afford your dream log cabin, given the current economic climate, you're not alone. With investments tanking and savings dwindling, many people have given up on their long-held plans for a vacation or retirement home in the wake of global economic meltdown. There is some good news, however; with smart planning and the right…Continue
Added by Danielle Taylor on January 26, 2012 at 11:55am — No Comments
The cabin has been bustling with activity. In rapid succession, the gas was hooked up to theGE Cafe stove in the kitchen and water was run to the …Continue
Our log home is located in Western NC at 2300 Feet elevation about 16 miles North of the South Carolina border. Generally, our winters are not sever. Summer days seldom exceed the mid-80's.
I am a new log home owner and new to this forum. Our home was finished June 2010. The contractor used 2 coats of Sikkens #996 clear sealer on 6" X 8" D type red airmatic cedar Kil'n dried tongue and grove, with butyl tape bolted every 30" logs. I have noticed that some of the logs…Continue
We love Timber Block, and we love your stock floor plans, and my dream home is very similar to the Newton I, but I really want to add a laundry room. Can you accomodate this?
We get this type of question every day. While we certainly agree we have gorgeous floor plans, with many designs to suit every taste, we pride ourselves on being able to offer…Continue
Added by Penny Kiryk on January 19, 2012 at 5:15pm — No Comments
Log Homes by Timber Block is excited to announce we have added more show to the 2012 Spring Home Show line-up. Timber Block will be featured in many home shows in Canada and the U.S., including in Montreal, Quebec City, Toronto, Nashville, Asheville, Williston, and Orlando.
You can check out our show schedule on our website….…Continue
Added by Penny Kiryk on January 16, 2012 at 2:51pm — No Comments
Would you like to swap your home for a 3 bedroom 2 full ..swimming pool home Northeast Florida..Jacuzzi in master bath...Has every thing...truly a turn key.... thanks ....
Added by Sylvia & Bob on January 11, 2012 at 4:39pm — No Comments
I came over on Christmas Eve to check progress at the cabin. Inside was a small bird flying around, a Carolina wren. I think maybe she was testing things out, to see how livable it was. She seemed pretty comfortable, so I think we must be getting close.
Read more at …Continue
Added by John Duke on January 10, 2012 at 12:57am — No Comments
Recently there was a large puppy mill bust in our area the largest in Canadian history 527 dogs were remove from terrible conditions! we currently have 14 of those dogs at are rescue please visit us on facebook at valley boxer and mastiff rescue or you can check out our web site at www.valleyboxerrescue.com
Please help support our important cause!
Added by Gilbert & France Lemay on January 9, 2012 at 9:30pm — No Comments
Does anyone know how to keep squirrels from gnawing and chewing on the ends of the logs at our log home?