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Matt Edmunds - Edmunds and Co.
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Turned log homes can offer challenges to restore:
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Every season starts with expectations of what style of log home will come first. The first home this year that needed our restoration experience happened to be a 1980’s turned log style resort lodge.…Continue

Tags: minnesota, wisconsin, cabin, home, restoration

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jackie Pinkston May 2, 2012.

Introducing Spring 2012 Log Blog Article Series

Log home community,In an upcoming series of blog postings, we will explore the different types of log homes and the histories they each hold here in the Midwest. We hope that the reader will come…Continue

Tags: minnesota, wisconsin, cabin, home, restoration

Started Mar 7, 2012

Why blasting vs Powerwashing?

In the log home refinishing business, we get asked many times each year about the advantages of blasting logs with a “dry”…Continue

Tags: blast, powerwash, removing, finish, glass

Started Sep 22, 2011

Porcupine damage to log home?

Does anyone have experience with Porcupine damage to log homes in their area?In the last two months we have fielded three calls from log home owners that have had this issue.We asked Scott Cravin…Continue

Tags: cabin, damage, restoration, home, chewing

Started Sep 16, 2011


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I am a log home restoration contractor here in Wisconsin. We have been restoring log homes for over 30 years and this is all that we do. We do projects in WI, MN, MI, and IL.
Are you lucky enough to be living in a log home?

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Log Homes that Are Painted Instead of Stained- Edmunds and Company Log Home Restorations- Wisconsin/ Minnesota

June 1, 2014 by

Logs that have paint on them instead of stain often cause log home owners big headaches. Paint is not the best choice as a finish because it does not allow the logs to breathe. A quality log home stain is your best choice to ensure healthy logs and…


Posted on June 1, 2014 at 11:27am

Leaking logs? what can be done?

With all this rain and storms: We are getting lots of calls about leaking logs homes right now.   Log buildings can leak for a number of different reasons.  See what may be causing your leaks....

Common problems including leaks

Posted on May 30, 2012 at 8:44pm — 1 Comment

Considering buying an exsisting log home?....some things to consider

We often get calls from people who are looking at purchasing a log home for the first time. A common statement is, “I am considering purchasing a log home but I really don’t know much about them. What should I be aware of?” It is standard practice when…


Posted on May 19, 2011 at 7:31am — 1 Comment

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At 9:32am on April 13, 2011, Dolly - Es Log Home Restorations said…

Hi Matt and welcome to the neighborhood. Haven't been

in the same business as you for that long we've been

10 years and love it. Good luck Dolly


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