STONEMILL LOG & TIMBER HOMES This professional appearing business has a nice website with plenty of information about their company. They offer construction workshops and seminars to educate customers on their build process, plus offer free, comprehensive 3-D design and technical support. Their experienced staff utilizes the latest design software to bring your log home dream to life.
“StoneMill Log & Timber Homes welcomes you back to the simple life. And not just for a visit, but for a lifetime. The quality and craftsmanship of a StoneMill Log & Timber Homes surrounds you the moment you pass through the door. Your body relaxes and stress fades as you watch a sunset from your porch's expansive view. Laughter fills the air as you spend time with family and friends in front of your natural stone fireplace. Exceptional craftsmanship, innovative designs and trustworthy materials—from StoneMill Log & Timber Home's unique dovetailed-chinked construction to our 40 ft premium, Douglas Fir heartwood logs—provides your family a secure and comfortable home for generations to come. At StoneMill Log & Timber Homes, we define simple as "free of complications" and we think that's the perfect way to describe your experience with us. StoneMill Log & Timber Homes offers a complete approach to log home building. When you choose StoneMill Log & Timber Homes you choose a partner with 35 years of log home design, material, and construction experience. Our customers, whether local to Knoxville, Tennessee or living in Pecos River Canyon, New Mexico, receive exceptional levels of service before, during, and after a project. Find your piece of the simple life today! Call 1-800-438-8274 or email us to learn how.”
BANFF LOG CABIN GUESTHOUSE This is a different listing here in that these people are not selling log cabins. This is actually a Bed & Breakfast business in Banff, Canada. I am including this on my website for those of you who would like to "Test Drive" a log cabin before making a commitment to purchase one. Spending a couple of days in this guest cabin might help you decide whether or not you would like to live in one long term. According to their website this pertains to the rental of a single log cabin, a small one equipped with a "hand crafted deer antler chandelier, beautiful black iron Queen sized bed with fluffy pillows and comfy duvet. The cast iron stove is gas, controlled by thermostat ensuring the cabin is always cozy and warm. It can be adjusted to your personal preference. Wireless internet is available, and the 16" x 28" wall mounted flat screen TV can be angled towards your bed for comfortable viewing. Our cabin has a self contained, totally private, brand new bathroom. It has a full size bath tub with shower enclosure, sink unit, toilet and a hairdryer. For your convenience, our cabin has a "kitchenette" bar fridge, small microwave and kettle for tea & coffee. There are no cooking facilities in the cabin".
“The Banff Log Cabin Guesthouse - Private Log Cabin for 2. Located in the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, we invite you to come and stay in our Banff Log Cabin Guesthouse. Enjoy a Romantic and unique Log Cabin experience, conveniently located a 4 minute walk from the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel and only a 5 minute drive to the world class Banff Springs Golf Course, 2 minutes from the Banff Bow Falls, and a short 10 minute walk to Banff Avenue (along the beautiful Bow River trail). We are located in an exclusive residential area, on a quiet crescent with off street parking. Our cozy Log Cabin offers modern amenities with Rustic Ambiance. Separate from the main house, our B&B provides complete privacy, and is the perfect romantic getaway, weekend retreat or Honeymoon Vacation.”
GASTINEAU I think that the most outstanding feature in this line of Log Cabins is the possibility that they offer solid oak logs in their homes. Well, this seems to be a well liked business according to their Facebook page likes count. They also have other websites - one featuring portable oak log cabins. Also, they do have a line of smaller floor size "basic" cabins.
“Gastineau is a family business that grew out of a hardwood sawmill business. Our experience with oak dates back to 1954. Since our beginning, Gastineau has been unique in featuring log homes of solid oak. Although we also offer other wood species, oak has been our hallmark. If you want a log home that is strong, beautiful, durable, energy efficient, easy to maintain and naturally resistant to insects and decay without chemicals, then your best choice is an Oak log home.
You are in the right place because we are the experts in Oak log home construction. (And no, an Oak log home doesn't cost more!). To find out more, click here to learn more about oak log homes. Consider such fine wood products as oak cabinetry, oak flooring and oak furniture. These are all known for their beauty, strength and durability. Imagine a log home with all of these qualities and you've just imagined a Gastineau solid oak log home. The qualities that make oak a superior wood for flooring and furniture also make it an outstanding choice for log home construction. Strength, durability, versatility and beauty all make an oak log home exceptional. At Gastineau, we understand the log home dream. We share with you the belief that log homes offer beauty, security and comfort unmatched by any other type of construction. We realize that, unlike any other type of home, a log home is an emotional as well as financial investment. We understand that many of our customers have spent years planning their dream, choosing floor plans and finding just the right setting. We try to match that dedication in helping fulfill their highest expectation. To help you discover the magic of log home living, we have a network of representatives around the country. If you are not convenient to one of our representatives, our headquarters has a full time sales staff ready to help. So join us to discover the world of Gastineau Log Homes.”
MILLER ARCHITECTS Well, this business located in Livingston, Montana has some very beautiful designs, they incorporate a lot of rock into their homes - a combination of logs and large rocks. That is a good combination in my opinion, looks great. Don't be afraid to visit their website, it contains a lot of good pictures of their finished projects. Picture on the right is of their "Swedish Guest Cabin".
“Miller Architects office is located in the baggage building of the historic Train Depot Center in Livingston, Montana. Here, our team of Montana architects brings a unique relationship-based approach to residential architecture that puts the focus on you, the client. Miller Architects, PC is a licensed architecture firm in Montana, Idaho, Colorado, New Mexico and Wyoming, but we're not as large an office as some—therefore it's our people, not just our work, that define us. Candace Tillotson-Miller, AIA, received her architectural education at Montana State University and Rhode Island School of Design. She has worked in the architectural field since 1985, licensed in 1991 and began private practice in 1992. Candace is NCARB certified and currently holds licenses in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, New Mexico and Colorado. Living on a cattle ranch in rural Montana sets the tone for Candace’s work. Whether she’s revitalizing turn-of-the-century log buildings or creating innovative new structures, her profound appreciation of the Western vernacular brings a strong degree of timelessness to her work. She creates buildings that are both elegant and casual, capturing at once the romance and the reality of life out West.”
ORIGINAL LOG CABIN HOMES Actually this link here is a combination of about 3 different websites owned by one business. The Original Log Cabin Homes is the main website from which you can navigate to their other two sites called: "Alaska Edition High Adventure Log Cabins & Suwannee River Log Homes. It is all confusing to me, but they have been acquiring different log home related businesses and their website has a lot of stuff on it for sale. They have a nice website and you can find a small cabin if that is what you are looking for in a stock plan or you can have them design you a custom size cabin i am sure.
“The log cabin of the American frontier started out as basic shelter, built with the materials and tools available. It was a simple solution to the bare necessities. Those primitive hand-hewn log cabins of the frontier have undergone an amazing transformation. Log cabins of today combine tradition with technology, imagination, and ingenuity in their log cabin construction.
At Original Log Cabin Homes, computer-assisted log home design and manufacturing processes make it easy for us to create a variety of log homes to suit any style. In our collection, you'll find log cabins suited to almost any lifestyle or aesthetic sensibility. Whether you're a do-it-yourself type or ready to work with a professional log cabin builder, technical support and detailed instructions from Original Log Cabin Homes make it simple to get started. When you're ready to begin your American Adventure, we're ready to help design a log cabin plan for you. Bring your imagination, and let's get started on the log cabin plan to suit your needs. The legacy of the American log home — beauty, simplicity, and quality natural materials – has been brought up to date with the latest in technology and log home design. That's the essence of an Original Log Cabin Home . . . In 1987 our company started in Rocky Mount, North Carolina with one simple goal: To manufacture the best log houses in the world. Traditional concepts combine with state-of-the-art technology and techniques in all of our designs, bringing together the best of old and new in a variety of comfortable, affordable, and infinitely variable designs. Our extensive selection of log houses includes something to match almost any budget or taste, and our understanding of the possibilities of log home construction allows us to maximize the beauty, versatility, and energy efficiency of natural wood in each of our Original Log Cabin Homes.”
The Original Log Cabin Homes Ltd • Rocky Mount, NC 27802 • Phone: (252) 454-1500 • Toll Free: (800) 562-2246) • firstname.lastname@example.org
MAISONS PARAGON HOMES This business located in Canada does square logs and Full Length Round Logs, from Eastern White Pine, and can use Standard 8 inch diameter Round Logs. What's good about this business is they have at least 3 small models available for sale. So, according to their website you can build small if you want or build big if that suits you better. The picture on the right is of their 361 SF "The Weekender Cabin".
“Paragon Homes is your one stop shop for the design, the plans, construction management or Turn-Key and your custom engineered home package/kit for your new home or cottage. All of our home packages-kits are available in conventional kit frame construction, hybrid timber frame construction, or log and timber frame. Options include Energuide in Ontario or Novoclimat in Québec and our Paragon wall system R-32. Our Kits are all carbon neutral – Reduced Greenhouse gas emissions – Meets and beats the one-ton challenge! Additionally, Paragon wood products are made from trees harvested from forests certified by third parties as sustainably managed. These wood products store carbon during their useful life, limiting the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Because we build what we sell, we know how to plan your new home design to ensure you get the most out of it in terms of space utilization, optimization of square footage, consideration for the land on which you plan to build, and respect your budget. Since 1989 we have built over 450 homes with our proven cost effective construction project management system or as a turn-Key project. We will produce a kit that will be customized and personalized for your exact wishes and needs. We will adapt our product line and services to custom built your home or cottage. We would be honored working with you in designing, producing and building your new home.”
NATURAL LOG HOMES If the pictures are any indication on their website, this log home business does really beautiful work. This company is based in New Zealand, but ships to the USA if so desired. Click on the "Past Projects" link to see this cabin pictured on the right: "Located in Colorado, USA. One of the dozen log homes we successfully shipped to the USA."
“If you are looking for an environment friendly, sustainable, timeless and earthquake safe building construction you came to the right place. Please read on to find out more. All of our custom log homes are built from natural logs, and all logs are fully scribe-fitted to each other. All our log home shells are handmade, and the notches and grooves are scribed and cut by craftsmen, not by machines. That's why we call ourselves "Natural Log Homes" — Our homes are 100% natural and made by hand. We use only large (350mm average diameter), naturally-shaped logs for our log home kit sets. All of our logs come from sustainable plantations in "Clean, Green" New Zealand. In fact, we are one of the only log home companies offering the option of FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified-sustainable trees — that's the most environmentally sensitive, eco-friendly log home you can get. Our home designs vary in size and complexity, and we always uphold the highest standards of quality and artistic craftsmanship that homeowners have come to expect from us for a quarter of a century. We are passionate about providing our customers with log home shells that are unsurpassed in quality, value, environmental awareness, ease of ownership, design, and appearance. We invite you to read on and learn more about Natural Log Homes and the benefits we can offer you. We ship our log home shell kit sets throughout New Zealand, Oceania, Europe, and the USA. Other locations are also invited . . . Please contact us so we can help you.”
Natural Log Homes, ltd • PO Box 25 • Geraldine 7930 New Zealand • Phone: (03) 693-7468/mobile: 0272213812 • email@example.com
MEADOWLARK LOG HOMES I like this listing. They have a good inventory of Log Cabins under 1000 SF. In fact, the featured picture shown below is one of their creations. They build both large and small cabins. Anyway, these cabins they sell are classified as 'Pre-Assembled' Log Cabin packages. And, they pre- assemble your handmade, hand-peeled log home or timber frame home package at their Libby, Montana plant to high standards of Amish craftsmanship, meeting or exceeding all national and international building codes. Picture on the right is of their very small 240 SF (12ft X 16ft) Trapper model Log Cabin.
“Woodworking has been in our family for generations, even before our forefathers came to America around 1730 and brought their cabin - building and timber construction skills with them. In 1976, we built our first flat on flat style log cabin. Meadowlark's hand built log cabins are perfect for a weekend retreat, guest house, or a luxury living space for the person seeking inspiration in life. Our specialty is not only large log homes but also cabins of any size and design. Energy efficiency is optimized by our cabin log's high insulation values. Value and quality are assured with every log cabin hand made by our skilled craftsmen. The Log Homes Council LHC GRADE STAMP is on each and every log of your cabin, which assures you of the highest level of quality control available in a hand made cabin. You will receive a log grade certificate with your log cabin! Because of the high level of quality and inspections, Meadowlark is certified to ship our log homes and related products to customers in other countries. Green building traditions are a part of every Meadowlark Log Cabin because we use ONLY logs that are from forest improvement practices, which makes the forest more healthy. Hand notching, hardwood doweling, and mortise and tenon joinery is used in the beams and support logs in every log cabin we produce. Log Railing, character logs, and other accessories are available to compliment your Amish log cabin experience. We look forward to hearing from you.”
Meadowlark Log Homes • Phone: (406) 293-8707 • Toll Free: (800) 850-8554 • Contact Form
WHOLESALE LOG HOMES
They specialize in producing pre-cut and slotted or grooved logs for building your own log cabin. Looks like a good idea to me.
“Here at Wholesale Log Homes, we sell high quality milled heartwood logs, timbers, finished boards, log siding and log cabin home accessories for log home construction. We sell wholesale, enabling you to save money when you buy directly from us. We do not sacrifice quality for price. We simply eliminate the inflated retail log home company markups. We sell logs and log siding for any log home kits, or log home package. We provide premium logs for log homes and log cabin construction. We strongly advise against buying everything for your log home in a pre-organized package. Shop around, the way you do for everything else you buy for yourself. All-inclusive log home plans, log cabin kits or log cabin home packages may seem convenient, but in the long run they are overpriced and inflexible. At Wholesale Log Homes, you'll get the log cabin home you want, the quality you want, and the best log cabin kit prices in the industry. When you buy from us, you design your log home, and we supply the wholesale logs, timbers, and other specialty items that can't be purchased locally. All non-specialty building supplies, such as doors and windows, can be purchased from a local building products dealer. By buying logs from us and by purchasing other products locally, you save thousands of dollars in delivery and markup costs. Best of all you will have exactly the quality and brands that you want in your log cabins. Not only will your new home meet your budget, but it will meet your specifications as well.”
Wholesale Log Homes • PO Box 177 • Hillsborough, NC 27278 • Phone/Fax: (919) 732-9286 Ron@wholesaleloghomes.com
APPALACHIAN LOG AND TIMBER HOMES This business has a lot of choices for you to look at. Lots of good stuff, only a small amount of cabins under 1000 SF. The picture on the right is of their 707 SF with Loft 'Silver Mountain' model.
“The Appalachian Log Home of today has a soft, rustic atmosphere combined with modern features such as master bedroom suites, great rooms, country kitchens, sun spaces, cathedral areas and open floor plans. Our home building system allows larger windows, skylights, French doors and flexible interior design.
In refining the construction techniques of the early settlers, we have given a fresh look to log home living. Appalachian Log Homes are made for year-round living and are easily shipped to close or distant markets. Our straight-forward, honest and strong construction method produces some important advantages for you such as energy efficiency, ease of upkeep, durability and the beauty, comfort and security of solid wood walls. With a reputation for quality and craftsmanship, Appalachians success is in large part due to the care we offer customers. We give a great deal of attention to your personal needs and tastes. Make Appalachian your choice because we place a high priority on meeting the home-building needs that are important to you. We now offer a fully insured, transferable 10-year limited warranty against structural defects.”
Appalachian Log Homes Inc • 11312 Station West Drive • Knoxville, TN 37922 • Toll Free: (800) 726-0708 firstname.lastname@example.org • Contact Form
TROPHY AMISH CABINS Here's a good one for you. For those of you desiring a 'Portable Log Cabin' this is it. This company specializes in small portable log cabins ready to use after delivery to your property (nationwide turn key delivery).
“Trophy Amish Cabins, LLC is a small family operated business, located in South Lyon, MI. Display models located in Jonesville, MI 49250. We enjoy visiting our 46 acre recreational property because we are able to appreciate many outdoor activities. At first we would set up and sleep in a tent, then pack it up to leave, it was a hassle. The closest hotel was 10 miles away, and took time away from our outdoor camping experience, not to mention the added expense. We soon decided that our weekend 'Get A Way' visits would be more enjoyable with a small place to stay. We looked at used pop ups, campers, trailers, and motor homes. They were all designed and built extra light duty for fuel efficient transportation, short ceilings, and required constant maintenance. We decided on building a small week end Cabin. I drew up the detailed plans and soon realized we just didn't have the time to build it, and decided to purchase a cabin instead. We had heard of some Amish built Log Cabins that were delivered. We visited many builders, inspected their cabins and found ourselves very disappointed. They were nice looking from a distance, but very cheaply built, 4" X 4" treated runners, 5/8" plywood floors, 2" X 4" stud walls and rafters, metal braces, 7/16" particle board roof sheathing, three slat fiberglass shingles, exterior Pine log siding. Hardly a Cabin, more like a fancy shed. Since we would have to finish the interior we might as well insulate and wire it, not to mention the ceiling, wall and floor covering material. Drywall was not an option; at $10 SF, Solid Pine trim was too expensive and labor intensive.
Then again we would have to do all the work, locate, pick up materials, transport a generator, fuel, tools, cut and fit every piece on site, supply food, refreshments, and not to mention everyone says they will help, until you call and they have something planned that weekend. Lets not forget fuel, it's expensive to drive to and from your property and all over, picking up materials, last minute runs to the local hardware store, if there's one close by, and hopefully it's also open late and on weekends. We decided we wanted a real log cabin; it wouldn't depreciate like a camper and would last a lifetime, a long term investment. Should we decide to sell the property, the cabin would be seen as an asset, besides my wife and daughters are kind of high maintenance; if the cabin wasn't nice, they wouldn't stay in it. We traveled all over Ohio,Indiana, Pennsylvania,West Virginia, Kentucky and New York, to mention just a few states . . . We met many Amish and Mennonite builders, toured their facilities; most only built the shed type cabins or wouldn't travel more than 50 miles to a work-site. Eventually we came across a small family run Amish shop in Ohio. After meeting and speaking to the owner and touring his shop, we ordered our Cabin on the spot! Since our cabin would be custom built we decided to design it to suit our specific needs. To keep the bugs away and avoid tracking mud and snow inside our beautiful cabin, we incorporated an enclosed screened in porch to the design layout. We added more windows, located to maximize the view of the ridge and ponds, and also to provide a cool summer breeze. Lastly we had a custom solid Pine bunk bed with a built in bench on the end and stools built to compliment the decor of the cabin. The Cabin was perfect! It had taken years to finally see our dream cabin come to fruition; we felt that everyone should have the opportunity to own their own high quality custom dream cabin. That's we decided to hire an architect and developed our own detailed build specifications and partnered with the Amish shop owner. Jim Gega, Founder and President of Trophy Amish Cabins, LLC has spent 30 years in varied manufacturing industries and environments. Constant improvement, high quality materials, craftsmanship and exceptional customer service is what sets us apart from the rest. All Trophy Amish Cabins are custom built in a small Authentic Genuine Amish shop, generator and phone shared at the easement, no radio, TV, internet, cameras, fax machine, or unnecessary distractions. Genuine Old fashioned high quality craftsmanship, at an affordable price. Our goal is to meet or exceed your expectations! That is our promise to you! Grown & Built in the USA.”
Trophy Amish Cabins LLC • 1980 E Chicago Rd • Jonesville, MI 49250 • email@example.com • Phone: (248) 459-2716
ADVENTURE LOG CABINS This log cabin business has a good selection of cabins under 1000 SF. It is always confusing to me with these businesses that have different 'lines' of product with websites featuring their sub-lines or whatever they are called. I think this is a product line of 'Jim Barna Log and Timber Homes'
a business headquartered in Tennessee. Picture on the right is of their 'Bearhat Mountain' Model, 448 SF, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath
“An inheritance of appreciation for the beauty of Nature has been passed down through the generations of the Jim Barna family—and for decades in the Jim Barna Log and Timber Homes company. Our passion for the outdoor way of life is our family tradition. It is only natural that our corporate headquarters is nestled just outside of The Big South Fork National Park. We have built upon the pioneering spirit of America's past to bring you the best log home available today, and one that will last through generations of your family. Jim Barna Log and Timber Homes is one of the largest and most innovative log home manufacturers in the United States. Our founder and namesake did much to shape the landscape of the current log home market. Founder Jim Barna began changing the industry by changing the logs. He started the trend of milling the logs to specific, uniform tolerances and joining them together with interlocking saddlenotch corners and tongue-and-groove walls. These techniques kept the structures air- and water-tight and maintained the straight lines of the logs. Since then, Jim Barna Log and Timber Homes has developed multiple log systems that provide innovation, integrity and ease of construction.”
Jim Barna Log & Timber Homes • 22459 Alberta Street • Oneida, Tennessee 37841 • Toll Free: (800) 962-4734 Info@jimbarna.com
HIGH COUNTRY LOG HOMES This website is a little different in that they do not list floor plans with square footage, but by looking at the pictures on the site, you can tell that they do indeed build some nice looking smaller log cabins using real logs, (big 'uns). Check out their: 'The Cottage - with sleeping loft' made using big round logs. Picture on the right is of their 'Sheridan Lake cabin', square footage unknown, but probably under 1000 SF.
“Thank you for your interest in our handcrafted log homes. High Country Log Homes has been in business since 1980, under the supervision of Bob Granberg, Owner/Builder. Our Company produces approximately fifteen to twenty high quality log packages per year at our log yard in Kamloops, British Columbia. Bob accompanies each log package to its new home site and we are always available after set up for any questions or inquiries related to your new log home. We enjoy our business and our customers. All of our homes are custom built, so we suggest having a look at one of these great log homes designers . . . Dirkson Design Services out of Nanaimo BC @ www.dirksondesign.com, Crackerjack Log Works out of Bowen Island BC @ www.crackerjacklogworks.com, and RCM Cad out of Chilliwack BC @ www.loghomedesign.ca. Please have a look at their web pages for plan ideas. The average cost for a log package is based on living space, interior log walls, corners etc. We build the package in our yard including ridge, purlins, electrical cut outs, window cut outs, door cut outs and wall slots. It takes approximately six to eight weeks to build your home in our yard depending on the size. While we build the home we send pictures of the process via e-mail so that you can see the progress. When the package is complete it is taken down, trucked and re-assembled in three to six days, ready for your contractor to finish your home. If you have any inquiries please contact us at any time.”
Granberg Construction Ltd • 542 Robbins Range Road • Kamloops, BC Canada V2C 6W4 • Phone: (250) 573-2790 Bob@HighCountryLogHomes.bc.ca
LAKE COUNTRY LOG HOMES This business is based in British Columbia, Canada. Please be advised they do have a lot of floor plans for cabins under 1000 SF, plus they do the large log buildings. They offer the following types of log building: Handcrafted | Post and Beam | Timber Frame | Machine Log | Lumber Packages. Lots of good pictures of their previous projects. Picture on the right is of their "Calico" model, a 480 SF, 1 bed, 1 bath cabin.
“25 years of character and pride live here, at Lake Country Log Homes. Pursue your dreams through the expertise of our construction and design consultants, the fine detailing of our handcrafted workmanship, the efficiency of our material handling team, and the precise quality of our machine profiling technology. We cover all aspects of custom log home construction – design, planning, coordination, manufacturing and delivery. Lake Country Log Homes takes pride in having high standards of quality at every stage of the manufacturing process. From the design process to the construction and the finishing touches, LCLH ensure well built log homes for our customers by maintaining the principles that got everything started 25 years ago. LCLH's handcrafters and master journeymen have developed some of the finest handcraft detailing in the business and our customers are amazed at the precision fit of our handcraft homes. LCLH's design and system's management expertise co-ordinates each project seamlessly from plans to production to delivery logistics. The automated machine log processor was custom designed specifically for LCLH and is the first of it's kind in the log home business. The automated machine log processor is completely computer controlled to make the entire manufacturing process faster and more accurate . . .”
Lake Country Log Homes • 3410 Oxbow Frontage Road • Malakwa BC V1E 3P4 Canada • Toll Free: (877) 554-8881 Phone: (250) 836-3854 • Contact Form
ESTEMERWALT LOG HOMES This looks like a classy outfit, nice website, plenty of pictures and videos of their production. This companies main headquarters is located on the East Coast in Pennsylvania. Picture on the right is not really representative of what they do, but i like the cabin in the picture so i use it here (it was borrowed from their website). The only name i could see for it is "Montoursville".
“For 127 years and through five generations, the Propst family has been manufacturing the finest in wood products and setting the standard for excellence in log homes. We are a family run log home company; we pride ourselves on having unequaled personal service, friendly staff, and precision craftsmanship. Selecting a log home is like selecting a new car. What are you looking for? Porsche 911, Chevy Pickup, Dodge Desoto — you get the point. Cost, size, style, quality, ability to deliver on time, warranties and references are some of the guidelines you should use in making your decision. There are plenty of log home manufacturers online, and most offer extensive visuals to help you understand their specialties. You'll see references to walls-only packages, structural-shell packages, complete packages, and others. The only way to get an accurate price comparison is to compare packages side-by-side. In comparing costs, keep in mind the following: Different kinds of wood, size of the logs (thickness), manner of construction, charges for plans, cost of freight (no such thing as free shipping – fuel costs money) and what is included in the package. This last item is, by far, the most important. It is very difficult to compare "apples to apples" unless you know exactly what you are getting for your money. Will you be getting just the basic shell, or will you be getting everything necessary for drying in the house. Does your basic kit or shell include the roof system, or just the rafters? Is the sub floor and interior framing included in the price? Can you buy the materials necessary for drying in the home from a local supplier for less? – probably not. See more about log home costs in the informational article: "Building Your Dream Log Home within Your Budget", or learn more about Log Home Construction Financing. To get more detailed answers to your pricing questions, request more information from Estemerwalt or contact us.”
TIMBER BLOCK I think the main selling point of this log home business is that they specialize in insulated logs used to build their cabins. "We often hear people ask us, "Why is it so important that my logs are insulated?" Well an insulated log from Timber Block achieves R30 insulation, while a traditional log (depending on its size) can be as low as R5. Current building codes can be as high as R20 making it difficult for traditional log homes to meet the 2009 building codes. Building codes in 2012 could go as high as R24 in walls." They seem to have only one floor plan under 1000 SF. Picture on the right is of their one & only 676 SF "Luberon" model located on their website in the "Classic Log Series" category.
“More than 30 years of construction history, tradition and integrity is engrained in the team at Timber Block. Timber Block's parent company was established as a family business in 1977. Success thrived on customer satisfaction, and today, customer satisfaction is still our number one goal. Timber Block's team of professionals offers a product unmatched in residential or commercial construction, which provides clients with state of the art environmentally responsible technology combined with cost-effective building methods. Delivering stock or custom products, the team at Timber Block works with you in partnership, maximizing your dream, vision and investment, to realize your home. Initially entering the log home market, Timber Block now produces more than 40% of the log homes in its core market due to both the quality and value of every log home produced. Ease of construction, which greatly reduces the time required to build each home and the energy efficiency through a superior thermal envelope, which is 'off the chart' when compared to traditional homes and especially traditional log homes, delivers exceptional long term value. Today, Timber Block's technology is being applied to commercial applications, as well as contemporary residential projects, which are both realizing all its innovative and unique array of benefits.”
Timberblock USA • 2501 Blue Ridge Road Suite 250 • Raleigh, NC 27607 • Toll Free: (866) 929-5647 firstname.lastname@example.org
COWBOY LOG HOMES This is a good website. Lots of floor plans available in about any size cabin you desire, even a selection of plans under 1000 SF. Lots of good pictures of their cabins. However, they mention on their website that they are an authorized dealer for Lake Country Log Homes 2009 LTD, and i usually do not like to include dealers on my websites, but like to go to the source of the product, but these people's website is different offering a broader range of products than their supplier. Picture on the right is of their 'Handcrafted Luxury Cabin'.
“Cowboy Log Homes is a full service log home representative for Lake Country Log Homes of British Columbia, Canada. We are ready to take your home from a pencil sketch to turn key reality. Log homes are a passion with us and we love to work personally with customers to design a home that meets their needs and reflects their dreams. No matter what type of log or wood home you have always dreamed of, there is no better time to move forward with your plans. Feeling overwhelmed? Let us assist you with your log home journey. Feel free to browse through our wide variety of log home plans featured here on our website. Our log home packages are a full weather tight package. Everything is included to dry in the home. Our packages are fully pre-cut cabins and pre-numbered for efficient and accurate assembly. Whatever your dreams, from a small get away log cabin to a sprawling luxury log home, and even commercial log buildings, give us a call at 406-388-3458. We are located in Belgrade, Montana 10 miles from Bozeman and surrounded by the lovely Bridger Mountain range. The log home capital of Big Sky is 45 miles to the south and Yellowstone National Park is about 90 miles away. It is never too soon to explore your options!”
Mike & Sue Lemmon • Belgrade, MT 59714 • Phone/fax: (406) 388-3458 • email@example.com
LOK-N-LOGS As far as i can tell, this business is slightly different in that they have a proprietary system and/or product in the way that they shape the log for use in construction. No round logs used here. Looks more like a carefully cut log stacking system similar to what you might find in a kid's Log House building toy. This business does have at least two small cabin floor plans. Picture on the right is of their 16X20ft (512 SF) small cabin called the "Limekiln" one of their "Recreation Cabin" models.
“In 2011, LOK-N-LOGS celebrates 35 years as one of the world's leading manufacturers of custom precut log home packages and related items. I can't help but reflect on the many reasons for our enduring success. Through the years, we have continuously refined our manufacturing processes and construction techniques, to utilize the most state-of-the-art systems possible. Further, we have invented and perfected many new log home manufacturing technologies of our own, which is a particular source of pride for me. Among our most cherished accomplishments, however, is the continued growth of the LOK-N-LOGS family of dealers, employees and satisfied customers. The energy efficiency of a properly built log home has been documented by research such as the study done by the National Bureau of Standards. Better still, the results of this study have been verified by thousands of comfortable Lok-N-Logs homeowners. Their log homes are warm in winter and cooler in summer and their energy bills are generally less than those of their neighbors who live in conventionally constructed homes. In fact, selecting a particular customer testimonial from among the many which we receive praising the energy efficiency of Lok-N-Logs homes was a difficult task. Every Lok-N-Logs home is engineered to meet or exceed all energy codes. We have never designed a log home that has been unable to pass any of the thermal codes in your particular building area. Our greatest satisfaction, however, comes from having our customers across the country tell us about their low fuel bills or that they heat their entire homes with wood stoves. Their simple and straightforward remarks are proof positive that thermal mass works for log home owners.”
Lok-N-Logs •Sherburne, New York • Phone: (607) 674-4447 • Toll Free: (800) 343-8928 • firstname.lastname@example.org
THE ADIRONDACK LEAN-TO COMPANY Update: As of May 31, 2012 This listing is no longer active. I leave this listing up for reference only. ☢ This company is based in Wilmington, New York. They have a very nice website and a beautiful product. I have had them listed on this website for quite awhile and they are still in business it seems.
They hand craft a lovely tiny log cabin, you can see the picture of it on the right. They also make and sell a log lean-to kit which can be viewed here . . .
"A night of sleep in the wilderness, sheltered from the elements in a log lean-to, is part of an Adirondack tradition dating back to simpler times. Though they have been around for hundreds of years, they have not outlived their usefulness. If you have ever spent a day hiking over peaks in the North Country, you may know the comforting sight of a lean-to as you round the last bend at the end of a long expedition. A lean-to can be a refuge, a retreat, a shelter, a lunch spot, an inspiration point, and a home away from home. Now you can begin new traditions near a babbling brook, or perched on your mountain with a view of the landscape. In a solid handcrafted lean-to from the Adirondack Lean-to Company. The inside dimensions of our standard lean-to are 12 feet by 8 feet. This is enough room to comfortably sleep 6 people. The height from the floor to the peak is around 8 feet. Most folks buy a standard kit and then pick the roofing and extras to make their lean-to perfect for them. For more information on roof types, cost, and assembly see pricing."
The Adirondack Lean-to Company • PO Box 510 • Wilmington, New York 12997 • Phone: (518) 524-7814 • email@example.com • Contact Form
DRY CREEK LOG HOMES This is a small family owned and ran log home building business in Sandpoint, Idaho. They provide both Log Home Kits or on-site Log Home Building. Picture on the right is of their 900 SF "Log Home 1".
“For over twenty years our family has been building log homes. We are a small family-owned business that focuses on establishing good relationships with our clients. From the planning process to the completion stage, we take pride in the quality of work that goes into all of our homes. We are based out of Sandpoint, Idaho. Living in log homes ourselves, we have an extensive knowledge of the structures and the business. We look forward to helping you turn your dream into a reality, because it was also my parents' dream when they built their first log home. Crafting a log home is a complex process and we are experts in making sure every detail is done properly. Our craftsmen are dedicated to building every one of our log homes with all the skill and dedication that we know you expect. The process starts by selecting and hand peeling logs specially chosen for log homes. These logs are then hand cut, notched and fitted to match the plans by our expert craftsmen. Whether you choose one of our Kit Log Homes or a Custom Log Home our attention to detail remains the same. We believe that home is a place to step aside from the stress and pressure of everyday living into a way of life that gives solitude and comfort. To find the peace and serenity in the home of your dreams, it must be built by a skilled team who have high standards. Your home must be based on TRUST, DEPENDABILITY, and QUALITY. Choose our team and you will truly enjoy the experience of building your new log home and all that mountain living has to offer.”
Dry Creek Log Homes • 595 Dry Creek Road • Clark Fork, ID 83811 • Phone: (208) 290-2493 firstname.lastname@example.org
ATRIUM LOG HOMES This link here takes you to Atrium's website, plus Atrium has a link to a website called: "Honka Products", which i gather they (Atrium) is a dealer for. But anyway, Atrium has a nice website with pictures of many of their products and they have a fair amount of small log cabins under 1000 SF. Picture on the right is of their tiny 100 SF (10X10) log cabin called the "The Brook". "The Brook is a simple sleeping cabin perfect for those overnight hunting or fishing trips. A deep eave over the entry protects you from the weather as you come in. The brook is also used as a small guest cabin. It can accommodate up to three adult persons." I think most or all of the logs used in their cabin kits come from "Finland".
“Whether it's a hunting, fishing or skiing cabin, or a holiday home on the lake, Atrium Log Homes has developed a cabin series with the style and design to fit your needs as well as your budget. Our innovative product development insures that these cabins will meet tomorrow's challenges and will continue to rank above the competition in price and quality for years to come. Log packages consist of wood components including logs, windows, doors and interior/exterior trims and architraves.
All materials are made from the same high quality and precisely measured Nordic pine from Finland. We are an independent distributor of Honka log home components. HONKA is the largest log home manufacturer in the world, offering unlimited design flexibility, patented building solutions, and beautiful architecture to a discriminating international audience. Honka has more than 50 years of experience to help you create your dream log home. Each year 3,000 to 4,000 people in over 50 countries choose Honka for their log homes, making Honka the largest log home manufacturer in the world. The versatility of Honka's distinctive look and large selection of Honka's round and rectangular logs, windows, and doors make virtually any style of architecture possible, from traditional to contemporary. From the beginning, Honka has realized their dependence on their partnership with nature. Honka grows, harvests, and uses only polar pine. Using sustainable forestry and green building principles, Honka's goal is to build log homes and structures that last for generations. Their advanced technology is unmatched by any other log home supplier in the world, and this economy of labor and resources ensures not only the highest quality, but also a competitive price. Atrium Log Homes, LLC, is proud to offer Honka log homes in Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, Arizona, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, or Anywhere Else Your Dream May Take You. Our company is dedicated to helping you with the process of building a log home as a complimentary service to the high quality of the Honka product line. It is our pleasure to see your dreams realized to your highest expectations.”
Atrium Log Homes LLC • PO Box 536 • Evergreen, CO 80437 • Ph: (720) 352-7022 • Info@AtriumLogHomes.com
NATURECRAFT HOMES LLC This business displays some beautiful creations and they claim to sell "Traditional log home packages at wholesale prices". I imagine they can design any size cabin for you, but they do have at least one cabin floor plan under 1000 SF. Picture on the right is of their 812 SF "High Camp" model. They also offer the following log styles and options:
Swedish Cope Standard Appearance, Swedish Cope Cabin Appearance, Swedish Cope Draw Knifed Appearance, Tongue & Groove D-log, Rustic D-Log, Dovetail V-Groove, & Dovetail Chink-Groove . . .
“From small one-bedroom cottages to large expansive lodges, our professional staff will guide you through the process of building a naturally beautiful home at wholesale prices. We specialize in designing and building homes reflective of the natural beauty found in mountains, forests and streams. Our goal is to provide homes constructed with modern comfort and convenience abounding in natural beauty and style. The unique options we offer include the use of standing dead timber and slow growth pine, character beams and posts, bark accents, stone accents and much, much more. We continually deliver stunning results in every project. We have worked hard to develop relationships with various suppliers to allow us to bring these amazing details to you at remarkable prices. Please contact a representative to learn more.”
Naturecraft Homes LLC • PO Box 489 •
Townsend, TN 37882 • Phone: (865) 441-5353 • email@example.com
LOG HOME REPAIR & RESTORATION SERVICES This is another log home repair company and they have a nice website with lots of good pictures. They appear to be quite professional and knowledgeable. "Log Home Repair and Restoration Services offers log home expert witness services for homeowners, log home builders, insurance companies and attorneys. As licensed general contractors, we have the knowledge specific to the log home industry. As a recognized authority in log home construction since 1977, we are able to analysis construction and design issues, structural deficiencies, consumer related problems and constructions errors."
“Log Home Repair and Restoration Services specializes in the cosmetic repair and structural replacement in log and timber homes. Many log home companies and manufacturers are no longer in business today, therefore replacement logs are difficult if not impossible to locate. We have a large profile and species database to assist our customers in locating a close match when repairing and replacing logs in their log home. In cases where matches are not found, our experienced craftsmen can duplicate your log on the jobsite. Log Home Repair and Restoration was started by David Groves and his family. As a recognized authority on log structures with decades of practical experience, he recognized and pursued the need to preserve and repair valuable log homes and structures. David Groves is a log home construction professional who has worked on log structures throughout the United States and has traveled internationally in his field of expertise. He has also worked for the United States Government on projects at Cherry Point, North Carolina and Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida. In 2001, Log Home Repair and Restoration Services was asked to film a five part series: Build A Log Cabin for DIY Television. Once you become a client of Log Home Repair and Restoration Services, you are part of our family for a lifetime. After your new log home is constructed or restored, we are committed to consulting with you to maintain your home. We also offer yearly maintenance contracts to assist you with keeping your home beautiful for years to come. Our best advertising is our customers. Just ask our clients!”
CAROLINA MOUNTAIN HOMES These folks are licensed general contractors serving the North Carolina & South Carolina areas of the nation. Picture on the right is of a completed home called the "Macberi Cabin" in Asheville, NC. I need to point out right here that their website has a lot of pictures and general information about their services, but is missing an important page which i cannot find the link to, so please click on the picture at the right to go to their "Little Log Cabins" page. They have a number of small log cabin plans available, actually about 5 different sizes of log cabins under 1000 SF. But no pictures, just pencil drawing of different elevations of their different models ranging from 300 SF up to 900 SF.
“We have a new line called "Little Log Cabins" that range from 300 SF. to 900 SF. These are cabins the way they really were. Small in stature, yet strong and authentic, construction complete with solid pine, inside and out, energy efficient with modern insulation. Our price includes everything from the masonry foundation, all materials and labor, even down to the appliances; completely move in ready. These cabins are very affordable, compact and attractive. They are reasonably priced, according to distance, quantity, and finish choices. The "Hunt Box" at 300 SF. would serve well as rental units, vacation getaways, guest quarters, etc. We offer many options that are available upon request. Take advantage of our introductory pricing as we offer an affordable alternative to the RV concept, a real cabin, site built on your property that will appreciate in value and stand the test of time. Price does not include land or water source. If your land does not have an existing water source, well drilling may be required. We do this also. The price of a well is determined by the depth. For example: A 100' punched 6" well with a submersible pump would cost approximately $3000.00. Well cost is $10-$12 per foot and well depth at 200-400 feet is the norm . . .”
YELLOWSTONE LOG HOMES This is a classy site and they do a lot of classy building, even some commercial stuff. Also, they do have at least one cabin model that is under 1000 SF, and some others that are a little over 1000 SF. Picture on the right is of their "Wasatch Model" a 670 SF lofted cabin, very nice.
Looking over their material they appear to be quite professional and have many aspects to their business and products.
“The Yellowstone Log Homes family has been manufacturing log homes in Idaho since 1962. Nestled in the quiet Snake River Plain, about 90-minutes south of Yellowstone National Park and 90-minutes southwest of Jackson Hole Wyoming and the Grand Tetons, lies Yellowstone Log Homes national headquarters, and large manufacturing facility. Yellowstone Log Homes is owned and operated by a strong and close family. The company takes great pride in it's customers who have helped build the organization into a nationally recognized name for top notch quality, selection, and distribution. We are pleased to introduce the second edition of our new plan book the Log Home Planning Guide. The plan book now includes 138 color pages. There are 37 great floor plans ranging from lodge style plans, to spacious family homes, and small cabin retreats. You may purchase our Log Home Planning Guide online for just $10. The price includes shipping.”
Yellowstone Log Homes •
280 N Yellowstone Hwy • Rigby, ID 83442 USA • Phone: (208) 745-8108 firstname.lastname@example.org
LOG HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION It may seem out of place to the viewer of this website that i would add this organization here because they discourage people from buying log cabin kits and instead have a program whereby they teach people how to build their own log home from scratch. If you are a person who has a great interest in building an authentic log home but lack the knowledge of how to do it - where are you going to go to get help? For a one time cost of a lifetime membership ($795.00) you can attend one of their classes (next class September 3rd & 4th, 2011 at Harrah's Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada) which will teach you the basics of constructing your own log cabin. Please visit their website for more complete information plus they have a lot of good information and many pictures of former clients who have built their own log cabins. Picture on the right is of a small log cabin built by a 16 year old boy/man/male.
“The Log Home Builders Association is a non-profit educational organization whose mission is to help men and women around the world build their own log homes from scratch, and in many cases build without a mortgage. The Log Home Builders Association Of North America was founded in 1965 and has over 45,000 members throughout the world. We are a non-profit educational Association. We have been offering log home building classes for over 40 years. Our two-day (22 hour) log home construction class was offered through the University of Washington's Experimental College for 108 consecutive terms (over 26 years). The primary purpose of our Association is to preserve the "true-and-pure" craft of log home building — to disseminate information about log homes — to pass the craft on to future generations — and to teach people how to "build" or "buy" the best log homes for the least amount of money. All of our memberships are covered by the following money-back satisfaction guarantee: Three month "No Questions Asked" satisfaction guarantee. We are so sure that you will agree our class is one of the best things you've ever done for yourself that if you are not satisfied for any reason, even three months after you take the class, we'll give you a full refund with no questions asked. This is an iron-clad promise to you: Come and take our class. You have nothing to lose because if you aren't happy, we aren't happy. All you have to do is return your membership card and any class materials (such as the class workbook and CD), and we'll return every penny of your tuition with no questions asked.”
Log Home Builders Association • 14241 NE Woodinville-Duvall Road #345 • Woodinville WA 98072 Phone: (360) 794-4469 • email@example.com
MERRIMAC LOG HOMES This business located in the great North East has quite a production system going according to the pictures on their website. They take the raw material and bring it to the finished product: Nice looking log cabins in all kinds of shapes and sizes. They sell everything from "Just Logs" to a complete log home shell package. Picture on the right is of their "Camp Cabin".
“Merrimac Quality Log Homes is a log home company, located in Henniker, New Hampshire. We've been producing timbers and milled logs for commercial log home companies at our own mill since the mid 1970's. Now we are making our top-quality "graded" milled logs available directly to the retail customer. Most log home dealers or log home manufacturer are just people in between you and the mill that produces the logs. That adds cost to your bottom-line that simply isn't necessary. In addition most log home kits are pre-cut. While this offers some benefits it also adds significantly to your cost and does not allow for on-site adjustments. Finally, many log home dealers try to sell you items like windows, doors, roofing and framing lumber; all items that can be purchased locally more inexpensively by you or your local log home builder.
We want to show you that Merrimac Quality Log Homes is "The Right Way" to build your log home. Merrimac Quality Log Homes is privately owned and is located in the middle of Eastern White Pine Country-in central New Hampshire where we take delivery of logs from local loggers and produce high quality milled logs, timbers and lumber for use in log homes/cabins and timber frame homes. We even produce a log siding and false corner log system that when applied gives the illusion of a solid log home! Merrimac Quality Log Homes specializes in real log homes and offers an assortment of pine wood products for your building projects at mill direct prices: Milled Logs, Timbers, Lumber, finished boards, log siding, pre-cut log camp cabin kits and accessories for log cabins & homes and timber frame homes are all items we produce at our mill. Taking away the middleman reduces cost, not quality. Please take a few minutes to view our products. If there is anyway that we can help you with your decision on purchasing logs for your new log home, or any other log home building product, please call us at 1-866-637-7462 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Merrimac Quality Log Homes sells log home packages mill direct . . . Saving you thousands of $$$ over standard kit home companies. To see how much we can save you, let us quote your new log home!”
LOG CABIN RESTORATION SERVICES This is an important addition to this website. Because these folks offer a service that few can provide. Note that they travel nationwide for log home repair and restoration. Click on the picture at the right to watch a video showing some of what they do.
“IWR Co. (Intensified Wood Restoration) established in 1989, is a family owned full-service log home restoration firm located along the shores of Lake Superior in Munising, Michigan. IWR operates and provides Log Home Restoration, Log Home Repairs, Finish for New Log Homes, Log Replacement , and Log Home Maintenance nationwide. We have provided restoration services to buildings that are on the National Register of Historical Places. We have been around since the log home market really started to take off. If you are considering having your cabin finished or restored please feel free to contact us either by email or over the phone to schedule an appointment. With over 29 years combined experience, in some of the harshest conditions found around the Great Lakes region, you can't go wrong with IWR’s expertise and precise craftsmanship to ensure you get the most out of your investment. IWR Co. uses environmentally friendly log home restoration techniques. We do not use harsh chemical strippers and are switching to using only environmentally friendly finishes. These chemicals can be very harmful or toxic to humans and our environment. Our Log Home Restoration process involves four steps: Preparation, preservation, staining, and sealing. We have developed a process that will achieve the best results for your log home. Mike Denman, owner of IWR Company fine tuned the procedures used over the past 20 years and developed his own unique system called the "Ozzy". The ozzy helps to hand sand your log home to produce a smooth log finish and remove existing log home stain. By not using chemical strippers or media blasting (this should only be used as a last option, please read below) the longevity of your logs will be more secure. Ozzying leaves the surface of your logs smooth to the touch and is easier to clean up compared to media blasting or chemical stripping . . .”
I.W.R. Company • PO Box 455 • Munising, MI 49862 • Office: (906) 387-2749 • Cell: (906) 202-2749 email@example.com • YouTube Channel
CARIBOU CREEK LOG HOMES I used to live near this Mennonite business years ago. I guess they have area dealers, but they are not listed on the website, you have to call them to find dealers. Picture on the right is of their "The Friday Harbor", which looks to be a smaller type cabin and i could not find the square footage.
“At Caribou Creek Log Homes we believe in the quality of craftsmanship, honesty, and integrity. We believe that your home is not just a project number but your dream, and a log masterpiece. Each client is given a level of attention that is unsurpassed in the industry, and each project is treated with care, consideration and a focus toward excellence, especially if it's a "Big Bucks" project!. We invite you to get to know us, our history, our projects and our people. Learn what sets Caribou Creek Log Homes apart. Caribou Creek Log Homes is one of the only handcrafting companies in North America that specializes in all major forms of log home construction, including: Western Chink Style, Full Scribe, Dovetail, Log Post & Beam. Our talented handcrafters build each home as if it were their own, paying attention to every detail along the way. Our company was founded on a blend of craftsmanship, a commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction. From inspiring and award winning designs to unmatched craftsmanship, Caribou Creek Log Homes will help take your log home dream and make it a reality. If you ever have any questions, need a free no obligation quote, or just want to learn more about us, visit our contact page or feel free to call us toll free at 1-800-619-1156.”
Caribou Creek Log Homes • 195 Sunrise Road • Bonners Ferry, ID 83805 • Toll Free: (800) 619-1156
TE HUIA LOG HOMES
These log homes are not your mama's typical log home. The purveyor has only about 2 or 3 floor models and they are very attractive.
I guess he ships anywhere around the world because he mentions using a "shipping container" to transport the prefab home to your site. This business is based in New Zealand.
"Natural by design, the Te Huia Twin Peaks range of natural log homes is a classic 'form follows function' expression of our desire to live within the environment rather than on top of it. A fusion of traditional log building and modern engineering experience, Twin Peaks is a fresh approach to the use of "whole" hand crafted natural log building. It is simple, contemporary, eco friendly and a tech-smart home which draws architectural inspiration from the Pacific Islands and Asian cultures. The Te Huia Twin Peaks log home can be built with several internal room variations and build options. The ready made log structure is delivered in a shipping container for quick easy re-build on site which any good conventional builder finishes as per easily understood standard building plans."
Te Huia Log Homes Ltd • Huia, West Auckland • New Zealand • Phone: +64 9 8118 144 • Contact Form