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Handcrafted Log Home Builder/Designer for the past 31 years.
Are you lucky enough to be living in a log home?
What timeframe are you looking to start your dream home?
12-24 months

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I am sharing my photos of a home that I built in 1995. It is for rent if anyone is interested.



Posted on January 19, 2014 at 11:23am

Not Just Log Homes Part 11

The Treehouse is finished and awaiting finish. The roof is an EDPM membrane, the flooring is all ERC, the logs are Honey Locust and the other members are white pine. Note the double hinged entry to the upper level. Enjoy,

Tim Bullock…


Posted on April 24, 2013 at 12:52pm — 4 Comments

More than just Log Homes

We do build more than log homes....this tree was being chopped down for firewood by a tree removal service and I stopped and bought it but had no idea its' final use until I had pontificated for several months. It is a rot-free Honey Locust weighing aout 8000#s and attracts more attention than a billboard.…


Posted on March 24, 2013 at 10:58am — 2 Comments

Romantic Cedar aka Virginiana Juniperus

We received a call from a client requesting a replacement for a failed carved arbor that had rotted twice in the past.

He didn't want anything to do with pressure treated.

We discussed teak as a replacement although purchasing 8" X 12" teak out of old growth is really quite ghastly in expense whereas we have a native specy that does not rot nor shrink and was used for fence posts as they will last for 50 years in the ground with no treatment. Eastern red cedar is another name…


Posted on March 6, 2013 at 7:29pm

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At 10:35am on June 6, 2010, lj heberle said…
wow, those homes are impressive
! I'd like to see your home in Cook Forest if possible; the cabin I'm planning is simple but nice = 1200 sq feet plus or minus, and I'd like to use logs as large as possible, 16" or bigger. I think you are in Canada? So whatever meters that translates to.
At 9:52am on June 5, 2010, lj heberle said…
that would be great to visit - I did not know you build the full scribe log homes.
At 7:35pm on June 4, 2010, lj heberle said…
I'm new to this site, not sure how it works. I have 1 acre on the Allgheny River in PA, & plan to build a cabin next year. I hope to use the full-scribe method, but have never done this before. I will need advice going forward! Thanks for your reply!
At 10:04pm on May 3, 2010, Greg Beck said…
Hi Tim, could you please school me about impel rods. Thanks Greg
At 4:08pm on January 17, 2010, Lee Thompson said…
G.Day Tim,
Yourself and your family are welcome anytime. What part of the country do your relatives live??
At 11:34pm on January 7, 2010, richard brock said…
hey tim thanks for the quick reply yeah i just heard on some land i was looking at that they had alot of tamarack on the land there is it not a very good wood to use for logs? Also if someone wanted to build a handcrafted home between 1500 and 2000 sq ft how much approx would it cost to have you build it? thanks tim,rich.
At 11:00pm on January 6, 2010, richard brock said…
tim i saw your work simply awesome man really beautiful so all your logs come from west virginia? so a trek to washington state would be costly? lol thinking of buying some land there in the future they actually have alot of tamarack logs there is that pretty good wood to make a cabin out of tim? thanks rich
At 5:32pm on January 2, 2010, Tim Bullock said…
Greg, I don't have the formula right in front of me.....Height of chimney in relation to the height of the ridge depends on the distance away from the ridge.
At 2:18pm on January 2, 2010, Greg Beck said…
Sorry Tim, that went from bad to worse, question being, I've always been told a homes chimney top has to be level with the ridgeline, I saw a pic in log home living were the chimney was clearly lower than the roofs ridgeline, do the rules chage between asphalt & metal roofs ? , It looked like a pro built home, Is there always a right or wrong on chimney height ?
At 1:08pm on January 2, 2010, Greg Beck said…
I meam latest activity about 5-7 names down, Thanks

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