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Todd Eckert
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  • Bernville, PA
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Removing stain
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Can anyone provide me some companies that specialize in removing stain from my log home. I would like to strip down to the bare wood and basically start fresh.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Colorado Log Home Finishing Dec 28, 2013.

Corn cob blasting
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Does anyone know where you can rent corn cob blasting equipment in southeast Pa.?Does anyone know how long it takes 1 person to do a 3,000 sq. ft. Home?Once you blast the home is there a time limit…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin Piatz Feb 14, 2013.

Removing stain
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Hello, I am really confused with what is the best way to remove existing stain. I purchased my log home 2 years ago, and believe it wasn't maintained the way it should have been. Anyway, I would like…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Wesley Orr May 3, 2013.

 

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At 4:18pm on February 28, 2013, James W. Harbin said…

Hey Todd, Nice looking place,Thought I would comment on your roof where it meets the chimney near the peak. Perhaps you should consider a cricket or some kind of diverter to prevent a possible leak down the road.Even though it's flashed,stone is porous and the house is moving and the combination can effect the flashing.  Jim Harbin

At 3:13pm on February 11, 2013, James W. Harbin said…

Hey Todd, Cob blasting can be a mess and you will still need to get the media from between joints. We just restored a badly damaged log home that had two coats of solid stain. Sand blasting did the trick and then we used Weatherguard oil to feed the logs and added tint for U.V. protection. You don't want to effect the PH of the logs. Blasting requires major equipment that can be rented. You might consider hiring a pro to do the blasting and then you can apply the preservative. Good luck, Jim Harbin Katahdin Cedar Log Homes PS- Judging by your pictures, You may have vegetation too close to your logs

 
 
 

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