Reduce Energy Consumption
In the summer, many homeowners experience a huge increase in a home’s energy bills. There are several reasons for this, including global warming and families staying home more. In many geographic locations, children are out of school for summer vacation, requiring a cool climate controlled environment in a home.…
Added by Lizzie Weakley on May 26, 2015 at 11:01am — No Comments
Having a garden is not less than having a sanctuary. It is a place that if all the natural elements are brought through a clever and harmonious design, can effectively help a person to gain peace of mind and sound health.Continue
Added by Morna Collins on May 21, 2015 at 12:56am — No Comments
l wa s told that you need to reseal a log home every 2 or 3 yrs. l have owned my home 2 yrs now, so how do l know if l need to reseal it? Bascally l have about 100 questions, where do l start researching it. Do l need to strip the house? What do l seal it with? thxs all
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Treat Your Logs First To Make Them Last.
You've just spent a long time leafing through planning books, selecting the logs, choosing the perfect lot--waiting for your dream home to be built. Why put all that at risk? Rot, weather, insects, fungi all pose a serious threat to your logs. Protect your investment--treat your logs first to make them last.
Applying A Borate To A Log Home.
Questions and Answer to apply a borate to a log…
Looking for contractor recommendations to wash/stain/seal my log home. Bought in Aug 2014 and unsure of last maintenance. Appreciate any recommendations or advice! Thank you in advance.
Added by Jay Boucher on May 14, 2015 at 9:08pm — No Comments
This Texas log home had taken a beating from the sun and mold growth.
There were many places were the mold had really set in.
The soffit areas of the log home were also covered in mildew. …Continue
Added by Guild Log and Timber on May 6, 2015 at 1:26am — No Comments