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Rachael Murphey posted a blog post

The Future (of Log Home Design) Is Now

Today's home designs are full opportunity for futuristic and stunning style. With rapid…See More
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Casey Jones replied to Casey Jones's discussion Need Advice: Want a simple build I can do by hand, including moving the logs. HELP PLEASE.
"Thanks for the reply  Raymond! Marty looked super happy and he built it without his wife!…"
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Raymond Wengerd replied to Keren Rhodes's discussion Can you share your log home's HERS rating?
"Look at dealers like Wisconsin Log Homes and Timberblock, where they will sell you foam stuffed…"
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Raymond Wengerd replied to Casey Jones's discussion Need Advice: Want a simple build I can do by hand, including moving the logs. HELP PLEASE.
"I see misery in your future, unless you curb that enthusiasm to maybe a strawbale house. But in…"
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Casey Jones posted a discussion

Need Advice: Want a simple build I can do by hand, including moving the logs. HELP PLEASE.

Hi All!It is my dream to build a small cabin (maybe 800-1100 sq feet) using logs that I can cut…See More
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Casey Jones posted a blog post

Want to Build But Don't Want To Dry the Logs for a year.

Hi All!It is my dream to build a small cabin (maybe 800-1100 sq feet) using logs that I can cut…See More
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Keren Rhodes posted a discussion

Can you share your log home's HERS rating?

Hi All,We are looking to build a log home in MA, but the new stretch energy codes require a HERS…See More
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J replied to J's discussion Mold on log cabin - help please
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Timber Block Wins 5 Awards Within Months, Including NAHB Global Innovation Award

Timber Block Homes has been building beautiful insulated log homes across North America and beyond for the last several years. In early 2016,…

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Posted by Timber Block on February 3, 2017 at 2:30pm

[LOG HOME TOUR!] A Hybrid Log Home is a Riverside Refuge

A majestic hybrid log home fulfills one family’s dreams of lazy days lounging by the water.



Story by Suzanna Logan | Photography by Joseph Hilliard

hybrid log home

Along a wooded peninsula high above the gentle twists and…

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Posted by Kristen Hopf on January 12, 2017 at 7:38pm

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Need Advice: Want a simple build I can do by hand, including moving the logs. HELP PLEASE. 2 Replies

Hi All!It is my dream to build a small cabin (maybe 800-1100 sq feet) using logs that I can cut down and hand carry with my wife. I saw one Mountain Men episode where Marty made a "trapper's cabin" without letting the logs sit for a year. He cut them down and threw them right on on the structure. He built the entire home, which was small, by himself in one month. He even left the bark on the one side of them that would be facing the elements. Basically, I want to do the same thing, but probably…Continue

Started by Casey Jones in Building and Maintenance Issues. Last reply by Casey Jones 22 hours ago.

Can you share your log home's HERS rating?

Hi All,We are looking to build a log home in MA, but the new stretch energy codes require a HERS rating of 55 or less.  We have been told by a few people that this will be impossible to achieve, while the log home company we are using insists it will be fine.I know each home is different, but might any of you be willing to share what HERS rating your log home received when initially built, so we have some frame of reference for what kinds of ratings a log home might be able to achieve?Continue

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Started by Keren Rhodes in Building and Maintenance Issues yesterday.

Mold on log cabin - help please 7 Replies

Hi, we stained our log cabin just 6 months ago but have recently noticed a mold growing mainly around the bottom, and on the tops of some of the upper logs (see pictures below). It seems that it can be scrapped off to some degree but I'm not sure if it is under or over the stain. What do you think? Is it serious or time sensitive and what's the best thing to do? Thank you…Continue

Started by J in Building and Maintenance Issues. Last reply by J yesterday.

Log Home Designer

I'm a 37 year old log Home enthusiast and log Home designer with a lot of experience with a wide variety of timber Home construction, and what I don't know I have two guys in my office who have been designing log homes for a combined 70 years. I am more than willing to help anyone out, answer questions and generally am here to just look around and see what everyone else in the industry is up too.I recently submitted the following design to cheif Arhitect's kitchen and Bath design contest.…Continue

Started by William Woody in Welcome to the Log Home Forum Feb 15.

Painting Kitchen Cabinets - What color?? 11 Replies

Hi all... We've just installed some used kitchen cabinets that will need painting - the dilemma of coarse is the color ...   I see many pictures of flat black cupboards in log homes that look relatively acceptable, but I'd rather find something that I like even more. I see that there are zillions of pictures on here but I have dialup - so cannot sift through them very efficiently. Anyone here have some pics on thier profile of painted cabinets and feel that they have found a really nice color…Continue

Started by Summer Segeleon in Repair and Home Projects Help. Last reply by Tom Bukovac Feb 13.

Dang Pictures! 8 Replies

22 years ago we built our log home, staining on the inside with Sikkens Interior, two coats. We are thinking of selling soon (it's been a great home - it's just too much for us at our age!).  When I take wall decor down (pictures, etc.) the log behind it is a much lighter color than the log not covered by the wall decor. I knew this would happen, but what can I do to get a more uniform color on the interior logs? Let me rephrase that - what can I do that is the easiest and the least amount of…Continue

Started by Doug Ottney in All About Stains and Sealants. Last reply by Doug Ottney Feb 11.

Insurance Coverage for Bird or Insect Damage 1 Reply

Hello,   Was just wondering if you any of you have homeowner insurance policies that cover damage to your infrastructure (logs, fascia, soffits, etc.) by birds or insects?  We talked to our agent and it seems there aren't companies in Michigan that will cover that kind of damage. Thanks in advance.Jim Continue

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Started by Jim Maher in Building and Maintenance Issues. Last reply by Terry & Shelley S Feb 4.

replacement logs 1 Reply

I am having a heck of a time finding replacement logs anywhere in Texas.Can someone help me?ThanksContinue

Started by Robert Bailey in Building and Maintenance Issues. Last reply by Guild Log and Timber Feb 2.

 
 
 

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