Off grid means not being served by a local utility company that provides gas, water or electricity. Instead of flipping a switch to get power, you might end up burning wood or covering your home in insulation to stay comfortable. Make your life easier by doing your research ahead of time. There are 4 resources that might help with this transition.…Continue
Added by Lizzie Weakley on February 24, 2021 at 9:00am — No Comments
Owning a cabin will give you the opportunity to spend time in nature and relax. Unfortunately, there are some cabin nightmares that you might have to deal with. These are some of the problems that you may come across.
Many cabins are surrounded by trees. Because of this, leaves and branches can fall on the roof and cause…Continue
Added by Lizzie Weakley on February 23, 2021 at 2:49pm — No Comments
Everyone wonders what it's like to construct a log cabin from scratch. They wonder about the number of rooms they'll have, the furniture they'll bring inside and the outdoor scenery from the windows. When you want to enjoy this primitive beauty, know these 4 things before you embark on a cabin building project.…Continue
Added by Lizzie Weakley on February 15, 2021 at 8:30am — No Comments
For many people, buying an old cabin is a great way to create opportunities for relaxation and recreation. Not only are older structures often cheaper than newer builds, but they’re often rustic in an aesthetically pleasing way. If you’ve recently purchased an old cabin, then you’re intimately aware of such a building’s inherent charms. When you first acquire…Continue
Added by Lizzie Weakley on February 11, 2021 at 11:01am — No Comments
Log cabins have come a long way from their discrete origins and becoming a preferred real estate option. It’s probably because of their remarkable ability to offer cheap and straightforward maintenance, energy efficiency, and unique charm. Cabins also offer the chance to interact with nature, especially if they are near a lake or a forest.
Added by Lizzie Weakley on February 10, 2021 at 4:24pm — No Comments