So you're new to the whole world of log and timber homes, and you're starting absolutely from scratch. You probably have a lot of questions (like, say, what's the difference between a log home and a timber home?), but you may feel they're too basic to ask. Or you may be so overwhelmed that you don't even know where to begin.
Never fear — we've got your back.…Continue
Added by Danielle Taylor on December 27, 2011 at 9:00am — No Comments
Ready for your next shot of log-home information and inspiration? Then head out to the newsstand — this week, we just released the February issue of Log Home Living and the Annual Buyer's Guide for Country's Best Cabins. Inside, you'll find information to help you get your dream off the…Continue
Added by Danielle Taylor on December 22, 2011 at 4:00pm — No Comments
If you are brainstorming over home designs and are in need of something fresh, check out the website, www.uptownhomedesign.com we just added 11 new concept plans, with about 4 more coming over the next few weeks.…Continue
Added by Raymond Wengerd on December 21, 2011 at 4:41pm — No Comments
Log Home buyers say this to us all the time…..
“I was going to build a home using SIPs, and then side our home with log siding, and then I found Timber Block Insulated Log Homes.”
And, we hear this question frequently as well…
“What is the difference between Timber Block Insulated Log Homes and SIPs?
Actually, there is quite a big difference….SIP stands for Structural Insulated Panel….basically it’s insulation…Continue
Added by Penny Kiryk on December 19, 2011 at 3:35pm — No Comments
The rains came hard in Richmond, but the cabin held. Winds gusted up to 65 mph and streets flooded. After twenty minutes of huddling in the Pollack art building to protect me from the ferocious gales and listening to transformers around me blow, I dashed to my car. It took me an hour to wind my way home, trying to find streets that weren't blocked by downed trees.…Continue
Added by John Duke on December 17, 2011 at 1:15pm — No Comments
Log furniture is very popular in a log cabin by the lake or a log home up in the mountains. The natural rustic log look is popular from coast to coast and offers a natural style that is soft and relaxing. Log furniture look brings warm and a soothing atmosphere into any room, cabin or home. It is a great way to bring the outdoors in!
If you have a space that features open ceilings and large rooms be sure to find a massive log…Continue
Added by Amanda Plantenberg on December 8, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments
We love our log cabin,but I find it gets dusty alot.....what an we do to prevent the problem...
We don't have chinking out side or inside.....thanks for your help...........
Added by Sylvia & Bob on December 6, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments