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Brian Weigel replied to Renee Lamb's discussion NatureOne Stain
"Visit our website to gain valuable information at www.weatherall.com Log homes require high performance stains that will keep you from having to do maintenance every 2-3 years. Getting color samples is always helpful to. Let us know if we can…"
Sep 13, 2013
Brian Weigel replied to John Duke's discussion Treating the outside of an older cabin
"Hello John, You have a lot of work planned. If only all log home owners were this detailed our jobs would be easier. I have a few suggestions as well. 1. Be sure to select an acrylic based latex caulk that is designed specifically for log homes.…"
Sep 13, 2013
Brian Weigel replied to Candido Rocha's discussion Exterior maintenance (on Long Island, NY)
"The Cabin Doctor is located in New Jersey and does work in New York. They are very reliable and capable of doing all types of restoration and repairs. You can contact them at www.cabindoctor.com or call 609/758-0555 and ask for Scott Alvik. Hope…"
Sep 13, 2013
Brian Weigel replied to Todd Eckert's discussion Removing stain
"A great restoration company located in New Jersey is the Cabin Doctor. http://www.cabindoctor.com. You can contact Scott Alvik at 609-758-0555; he services PA and surrounding states. Let us know if we can help in any other way. Good…"
Sep 9, 2013
Brian Weigel replied to Hank Hill's discussion film forming
"It is always interesting to see debates about wood finish products. There are always folks on both sides that argue that their finish/system performs the best. Every stain job is different and depends on a number of factors including the type of…"
Aug 26, 2013
Brian Weigel replied to Guy Montag's discussion Caulking between logs and chimney
"Hello Guy, How did your repairs work out? Did this solve your problems? As you can see from the responses here, today's chinking products can work very well in this situation as long as the movement isn't too excessive. Triple Stretch…"
Aug 19, 2013
Brian Weigel replied to BobM's discussion Mold problems with Oil Stain
"Yes, thank you for your updates on this project. There is no better knowledge then that of someone who is on the job. Hopefully your finish has cured and the tackiness has gone away. You mentioned that the home was powerwashed, it is possible that…"
Aug 14, 2013
Brian Weigel replied to al cayot's discussion TWP Stains
"The key to stain longevity is the prep work done before the application. This is true with any product whether it is oil based or water based. The way that Terry described his prep work and application makes all the difference in the world. I…"
Jul 18, 2013
Brian Weigel replied to Alessandro Garassino's discussion reclaimed wood
"Another option that you might look into is a company called Appalachian Antique Hardwoods located in Waynesville, NC. Visit their website http://www.aahardwoods.com/ Good Luck with your project. Brian http://www.weatherall.com"
Jun 26, 2013
Brian Weigel replied to Michael D's discussion Sikkens removal
"Hello Michael, Yes, stain removal can be difficult, time consuming and costly. Finishes weren't designed to come off easily although the sun seems to destroy them quickly. I agree with Charis that media blasting is the way to go if you can.…"
Jun 24, 2013
Brian Weigel replied to Kai Englert's discussion Blasting log ends and eves
"Hello Kai, Log ends are always a challenge because the grain is open and therefore can absorb water easily and they typically extend beyond the roof line and are more exposed to the elements. Saturating them with stain will certainly help prevent…"
Jun 17, 2013
Brian Weigel replied to Lori's discussion LOW VOC Stains
"Hello Lori, John is correct, either of these products would meet your needs regarding low VOCs. Log Guard is designed specifically for interior use and has hardeners to help protect the finish. Check out this link for more…"
Jun 10, 2013
Brian Weigel replied to Dee's discussion What I would like to see discussed in the magazines . . .
"Exterior Wood Finishes and Topcoats. Every log and timberframe homeowner needs to know the details of the many options available. Answers to simple questions would really benefit everyone. Questions like: How long will the stain last? Is it ok to…"
Jun 6, 2013
Brian Weigel replied to Donna Rodeghiero's discussion Wasps
"Have you tried using an insect repellent designed for log homes? NBS 30 can be used as an additive for stains and it can also be sprayed directly on the home when mixed with water. It is inexpensive and may be an easy fix. Follow this link for more…"
Jun 3, 2013
Brian Weigel replied to Colorado Log Home Finishing's discussion Log Home Pressure Washing in the Desert
"This is very good information and important for log home owners to know and understand.  Pressure washing is an easy and inexpensive method for preparing a home for a new stain coat but great care must be taken in doing this. A pressure…"
May 21, 2013
Brian Weigel replied to Colorado Log Home Finishing's discussion Log Home Severely Damaged, never been stained or chinked
"WOW! I agree that with little or no maintenance, this home is in fairly decent shape. Obviously media blasting will help to clean and brighten the wood and prepare it to accept stain but some of the media may enter the home as well. Another option…"
May 15, 2013

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Tell us about yourself:
I am the customer service manager for the Weatherall Company which has been providing products to the log home industry for over 30 years.
Are you lucky enough to be living in a log home?
No
Website:
http://www.weatherall.com

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