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Looking for Quality Dry-In Construction?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by BoxerLady Nov 24, 2009.


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Tell us about yourself:
Used to work for AmerLink Log Homes and now help folks design & build their log homes dreams with my own personal touch!
Are you lucky enough to be living in a log home?
What timeframe are you looking to start your dream home?
Within 12 months

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At 7:03pm on February 12, 2009, Will Leverrett said…
Thank you Dawn! I spoke to Steven and he sounds like a great guy. Exactly what we are looking for.
At 4:49pm on February 12, 2009, Will Leverrett said…
Thank you for the feedback! Did you speak with him?
At 6:19pm on February 8, 2009, Will Leverrett said…
Hello BoxerLady,

It seems like a lot of people were hurt or destroyed by Amerlinks business practices. I'm writing you because I am looking for Distributors/Dealers on the east coast and wanted to know if you have any contacts that might be interested? We are American Cedar LogSystems out of Colorado and we doubled our production capacity and ready to grow. To find out more about our company, go to

Were you able to land on your feet? Best of luck!
At 12:18pm on January 17, 2009, Andy Weakley said…
THank you Boxerlady - Would you know Scottys last name ?
Thanks - Andy
At 8:12pm on January 15, 2009, Andy Weakley said…
Hi Boxerlady- Hoping you can help me - Im looking to get the original builders back to finish cabin. I will pay amerlinks past due money that is owed to the builders.The crew was very nice and has some great ideas. Their contact was Dave Wilbur and the foremans name was Scotty - I think scotty may have had a brother on his crew also. Scotty also had a bad accident on one of Daves other jobs and cut off three fingers. The home was sold to Tyrone Grant and being built up in Newport, N.Y.( simple 24x 48 w/2 2nd story porches. Any ideas ????

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