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Greg SWEETS left a comment for Michelle Christensen
"Michelle my name is Greg from Perma Chink Systems you can go to our website at and click on find an contractor and put your address in  and contractors will pop up. "
Mar 26
Greg SWEETS replied to Terry Young's discussion Interior log finish
"Terry and Kim and perma chink makes an excellent interior go to our website at  and look under interior stains and pick as many colors you might want to see on your wood and we will send you out stain samples for you to test…"
Jul 20, 2020

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Tell us about yourself:
I have worked for perma chink systems for
22 years we produce products for log homes that are safe
for the eviroment,stains,sealents and anything that you need for
a log home.we ship from our door to your door.I am in sales and
technical support.
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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Valentines Day

I did not know where to start with this but,I wanted to wish all the women in Log Home U a very happy

Valentines Day.

Posted on February 12, 2010 at 3:14pm — 2 Comments

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At 10:50am on April 18, 2018, Jared Rogers said…

Thanks for the number, Greg .I appreciate it  

At 5:24pm on September 9, 2015, Philip Boeshaar said…

This is the first blog post I have ever written.  I am now part of the Log Home Neighborhood for real I guess.  

At 9:58pm on December 3, 2012, Maria said…

Thanks for the friend request, Greg. Funny, I just received my Energy Seal order from Perma-Chink; gonna try to fill some gaps between the logs, got the idea for the product after reading about it here! :)

At 8:43pm on October 7, 2012, Brad Floyd said…


  Sorry to have missed your thing in Knoxville. I was out of town. I am having no luck finding software or any other source for exterior design for this home. It has a dark stain and wide chinking in cream with stone on the bottom third. We'd like to change it up some and brighten it up bit don't know how to go about it. Any ideas? Do you guys have anything like that?

At 2:07am on January 28, 2012, andrew mccann said…

Thanks Greg, unfortunately Ontario is about 3500 miles away. We are closer to Alaska ( about an hour away from Skagway and 10 from Juneau) Always looking for information for as I mentioned we are very new in this field, thanks again.

At 3:19am on April 1, 2011, John said…
At 7:39pm on November 30, 2010, Martin J Welt said…
Issue finally resolved with Permachink
Thanks to Greg Sweets in Permachink customer support, the issues which were the subject of my previous post have been completely resolved. Following the removal of all the original Permachink products and sanding of my log home, I did use Permachink products again on the house. I was assured by Permachink that the wax problem, I had encountered, was completely resolved in new formulations of the clear coating now called Advance. Therefore, I used two coats of Ultra 2 followed by two coats of Satin Advance. It has now been one year since the house exterior was completed and I am happy to report is looks terrific. Water beads up on the surface which is great. If I want to use more Ultra 2 or Advance on the surface, they adhere without any beading. At this point I am very pleased with the result and will continue to use Permachink products as long as they continue to meet my expectations.
At 2:31pm on November 8, 2010, Martin J Welt said…
Hello Greg,
I never got the $2860 you refer to. If I had received that (which is what I requested in my letters), this would have been resolved long ago. I suggest you check your records on that check. As far as the 6 pails of S100, that was a waste. I tried it and I tried RENEW with my power washer. The RENEW did soften the finish enough that with a strong power washing it took it off. The S100 did nothing to soften the old finish. Given that my house is pine logs, the power washing did a number on the wood and the entire house had to be sanded. If you recall in my letters, there were some other requests that I never heard any response on.
At 6:31pm on March 29, 2010, Samantha Herter said…
We always use Perma-Chink products for our projects unless specified by the client. We have used Sashco's brand and it is far inferior.
At 3:59pm on March 6, 2010, Linda Cornwall said…
my email is thanks for the information. Linda

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