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Protecting Your Modern American Relic

Like baseball and apple pie, log homes are about as American as you can get. If you're building one, you likely want to pass it down to your children and grandchildren so they, too, can enjoy its warmth and hominess for generations to come. But unless you act early to protect and maintain your logs, your home, and your savings, could be in serious jeopardy.

Fortunately, the June issue of Log Home Living, on newsstands this week, features plenty of information about log-home maintenance and lots more. Inside, you'll find:

- Details on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's continuing love of log cabins

- Information on Michigan's Log Cabin Day

- Expert advice on developing a floor plan based on room relationships, not size

- Tips on protecting your log-home investment, from roof overhangs to tight seals to moisture prevention

- Factors you need to consider before you buy a pre-loved log home

- A whimsical look at log-cabin tales and melodies

- Design ideas for log-home offices

- Three beautiful home tours

- Green log-home protection advice from the president of the Sansin Corporation

- Time-tested maintenance advice gleaned from problems found in middle-aged log homes

- A quaint look at the log cabins of Laura Ingalls Wilder's Childhood

And more!

Order your copy today from the Log & Timber Home Bookstore, or save 75 percent off the annual cover price by subscribing now.

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