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Bayern-Landhaus
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  • Custer, KY
  • United States
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Started Dec 16, 2008

 

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Are you lucky enough to be living in a log home?
Soon
What timeframe are you looking to start your dream home?
Within 12 months
Location: Breckinridge County, Kentucky (High Plains, KY, SW of Big Spring)
10" and 14" full length logs, Swedish Cope, Saddle Notch.
Breaking Ground: Summer 2009
We are interviewing Builders for this project.

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"READ" The Fine Print!

Background: Have plans in hand for our log home, and sent them out for bids/quotes. Listed a few excerpts from one of the contracts that we received. Needless to say, we ran away from this one.



Ownership. (Log Mill X) shall retain ownership of all materials, including any risk or loss related to the package materials, until completion at the (Log Mill X) plant. Following completion of all materials at the plant, ownership of all materials, including any risk of loss related… Continue

Posted on March 28, 2009 at 8:58am — 10 Comments

Building with Oak Logs?

Building with Oak Logs?

Has anyone built their home using oak logs?

Builders, owners, would you please share your expertise and experiences.

Posted on January 26, 2009 at 9:21pm — 5 Comments

What did you get for Christmas?



What did you get for Christmas?



Was Santa good to you -- and give you a favorite collectible for your log home? Or something you've been searching for?



Some close friends surprised us this year with these two wonderful antique oil paintings that we will display in our new log home which we are going to build in Kentucky.…




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Posted on December 27, 2008 at 7:49am — 2 Comments

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At 2:07pm on March 9, 2009, Wayne Bell said…
Hello: I responded to your posting to a topic I started this morning and now can't find the topic... did you receive my response? if not, would you please email me? Thanks!

wayne@LogHomeServices.org
At 12:16pm on February 3, 2009, Gravitas Design said…
Bayern,

Shoot me an e-mail, I have a quick question about one of your posts, it was very informative and I'm wondering if I can link to it in a blog post.

Thanks.

dhurd@gravitaslc.com
www.gravitas.us
At 2:55pm on January 31, 2009, Len said…
We are the manufacturer and we operate under the name "Wood House Homes". We also operate a restoration/repair company under the name "Wood House Restorations". The corporate entity is Wood House Construction, Inc. a Tennessee corporation.
At 9:16am on January 12, 2009, Chris Radford said…
As far as the source for my logs, they were from Frerich's sawmill out of tennessee. They are great folks to deal with and you will not find a better price anywhere on just about anything they carry. Problem is they don't mill any round logs I don't think. Just shiplap and D logs. If they dont have what you need, I will reccommend that you do not go to Tennessee Heritage Log homes. They are supposively a direct source for logs but they are not. I lost a lot of money through them after going with them and finding out they put their names on the logs from Frerich's sawmill or wherever they could get the logs you wanted. They were horrible to deal with and charged almost double what I could get from the sawmill direct. Good luck. It can be a difficult process but is well worth it in the end. I assume that if you are doing round logs then you want pre-cut corners. Going this route will definitely drive the price up substantially. The best resources I have found for these tyoe of mills are out of Log Home Design mag. or similar logs home mags in the log supplier section on the back. Try to find any reviews before you go with a suplier if possible. They are very hard to find though, as I found none on my original supplier.
At 3:18pm on January 11, 2009, ChinkerBob said…
Bayern-Landhaus

You are more than welcome.
At 10:41pm on January 2, 2009, Reinhard said…
Hello seems you are from Bavaria too. Live here in Knoxville, TN and moved to the US in 2002. Used to be a distributor for Jim Barna Log Homes till 2002.

wish you luck and good weather for your construction.

REagrds Reinhard

Reinhard@Sauter-Timber.com
At 1:18am on January 1, 2009, Rick Taron said…
Hi, I hope you have a great construction experience. It can be a lot of fun if you plan well. I'll keep in touch.
Rick.
At 8:51am on December 18, 2008, Agnes said…
thank you - I'd appreciate any information
 
 
 

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