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Western Log Home Supply
  • 78, Male
  • Pueblo, CO
  • United States
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Tell us about yourself:
Western Log Home Supply

869 Industrial Blvd.
Pueblo West, CO 81007
Phone:719 547 2135

Clyde Cremer brings a lifetime of expertise to the design and construction of high-quality log homes. - Master of Forestry degree from the Yale University School of Forestry and Environmental Studies - Bachelor of Science in Forestry from Stephen F. Austin University
- Associate degree and a Certificate as a Forest Technician from Lassen College
- Charter member and served as a Director of the North American Log Builder’s Association
- Founder and director of the Connecticut Wood Producers Association.
- In 1977, he founded American Log Homes, where he still serves as president

Whatever the log styles or log types, American Log Homes painstakingly dries its logs to 15 percent or less moisture content. "You don't have to worry about or allow for the shrinking, settling, or twisting you sometimes get with improperly dried logs," says Clyde. "Our logs are guaranteed." That quality commitment extends to how American Log Homes treats its customers. "We explain everything in minute detail," says Clyde. "We stay with them throughout the process." Adds Jeff Cremer, Clyde's son and company vice president, "We even get questions from people we sold to back in 1982, about how to care for their homes, and we'll help them out and do whatever it takes, also providing the best log home maintenance products for the job."

The end result is incomparable homebuyer satisfaction. "There are a lot of happy people out there because they bought a log home through us," says Clyde Cremer. "We never forget that people are not numbers. They're individuals, trying to build their dream homes."

We are a manufacturer of log homes with over 30 years in the industry. We manufacture:

  • Complete log home kits
  • Random length house D logs
  • Weekend cabin kits
  • Western red cedar cabins
  • Knotty Pine, Spruce and Western and Eastern Red Cedar log siding
  • Tounge and groove for your cabin
  • Decking
  • Almost any type of specialty lumber you can think of, just call and ask.
  • We also carry a wide assortment of other products to meet your log home care needs. These include:
  • UV wood stains and finishes
  • Borate-based preservatives
  • Log home chinking
  • Log home sealants and non-toxic, biodegradable cleaners.
  • Specialty tools needed for stain or log home chinking applications,
  • Foam backer rod for sealant application
  • Log home fasteners,
  • Log home gasket tapes
  • Brushes, trowels and many others.
  • Purchase our new book, The Complete Guide to Log Homes.
  • Save money by downloading log home floor plans in CAD format for any type of home from small cabin floorplans and mini cabin floor plans to full size homes to take directly to your architect.
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Colorado Water Policy


I am reading the series of articles about the Colorado water situation.  They are informative, but alarming at the same time. It seems that we are following the same California experience (experiment) which chases ever more water as growth follows the flow of water.  The massive aqueduct system in California sends water resources from wetter northern California to parched southern California. This is to…


Posted on February 22, 2011 at 12:16pm — 4 Comments


1.) Log homes are not energy efficient

Most of these rumors have been started by individuals who have never lived in a log home or are "concerned" relatives giving free advice to other relatives who are considering building a log home. Now let me say that the log home that I am talking about is one that is well designed, manufactured to modern standards and built by someone who knows what they are doing.

Most building codes only recognize "R" factor which does not… Continue

Posted on December 16, 2009 at 2:30pm — 1 Comment


Many people believe that the environmental movement is a fairly recent phenomenon originating around the first Earth Day in May of 1970. However, the modern environmental movement started well before Earth Day and quite frankly, led to this observance of the planet's fragile equilibrium between man and the environment. The root cause of this movement was the observation by many concerned people that the air, water and the natural eco-systems were under threat by over population and over… Continue

Posted on October 27, 2009 at 9:15pm

Wood Wizard - Pueblo West forester, builder shares expertise on log homes

Clyde Cremer calls himself a "wood technologist."

The Pueblo West businessman holds a master's degree from the Yale University School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, but he doesn't spend much time in the woods with the trees. Instead, he concentrates on wood as an ages-old building material; he's an expert on trees once they've been harvested and he's designed and built log homes for more than 30 years. He started American Log Homes in… Continue

Posted on September 14, 2009 at 2:24pm — 4 Comments

Paleobotany - How old is an old tree?

In the summer of 1968 I was working for the U.S. Forest Service in southeast Alaska, cruising potential timber sales. During these trips to the various islands, I came across active logging sites with the proliferation of freshly cut stumps. The growth rings on these stumps made me wonder just how old these “old growth” forests were.

Growth Rings in Living Trees

Sitka Spruce and Western Hemlock

In the spring of 1968 I had been on a forestry field… Continue

Posted on June 22, 2009 at 10:30pm

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