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Anita Frykberg
  • Lake Lure, NC
  • United States
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Tell us about yourself:
Cooking enthusiast, education fanatic, I currently work for my families company and I am learning a whole lot about how to manage and maintain a log home. I hope to learn more and also share information I have learned on this forum!
Are you lucky enough to be living in a log home?
Not at this time.
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Spring Cleaning for Your Log Home


Why should you clean the exterior of  your log home?

1. Maintain the durability and appearance of your exterior finish.

2. Dust, pollen, and other airborne contaminants provide a food source for fungal growth on your logs.

3. If using a contact insecticide, dirt accumulated on the exterior…


Posted on April 13, 2012 at 1:30pm

Getting Rid of Carpenter Bee's: A How-To Guide

So, have  you noticed curious, tiny piles of sawdust around your home?

First, a bit of back story on these destructive little guys. Most Carpenter Bee activity occurs in early Spring through mid-Summer. Carpenter Bees drill an initial hole and then the bee will make a turn and excavate a tunnel along…


Posted on April 2, 2012 at 2:41pm

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At 5:32pm on March 1, 2012, Bill Fagan said…


 I am very glad you and are now active on this site.  I have been referring people to, as I think you guys and your products are the best.  We have used your products on our projects from NC to Canada.


Linda A. Cameron just joined before you. I was going to refer her to but now you can.


Good luck on this site. You can provide a huge amount of well founded information and products.

Bill Fagan

Timeless Mountain Homes, LLC



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