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Chris Wood
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  • Dandridge, TN
  • United States
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Tell us about yourself:
VP Sales at Hearthstone and have been designing, manufacturing and building log and timber frame homes since 1984. Our company manages the entire process from sawmill operations, to vacuum kilns, to on-site construction to turnkey services.
Are you lucky enough to be living in a log home?
Timber frame, yeah.
What timeframe are you looking to start your dream home?
Within 12 months

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At 12:57pm on June 13, 2016, Lindsay Vassar said…

Hey Chris,

Thanks for reaching out! You know, I'm not 100% if it is a Hearthstone. The sellers bought it from the original owners. If you know anyone looking to live in the area, please send them the information. It's such a stunning property! 

Lindsay 

At 10:18pm on October 28, 2014, Guild Log and Timber said…

Hey Chris. Just saw were you messaged me a while back. Sorry I dont get on here much and I just mainly go to the forums. Good to meet you. Took a look at your page nice work.

At 9:49am on February 12, 2012, Alessandro Garassino said…

Thank you for your suggestions. Before sending you my plans I would like to know if your company makes hand-crafted homes. If so, I'm afraid we cannot afford that.

I would like to also know your opinion on dead standing timber.

Thanks.

Alessandro

At 12:04pm on February 11, 2012, Alessandro Garassino said…

Mr. Wood,

My wife and I are Italian, but we would like to build a log home in Long Branch Lakes, Spencer, TN. Mr. Volpe told me that your are highly experience, so I have a question for you. I have read during these months many specialized magazines and books on the pros and cons of building a true log home. What many owners wonder before building their homes is: is it better to build a conventional home covered with logs or to have a real log home? You know very well that wood is a living material subject to the attacks of insects or sun, reacting to cold and hot. So it can modify its structure during time. Therefore, I suppose that a real log home made with round or flat log inside or outside requires a periodical monitoring by specialized staff to verify possible infiltration among the logs and above all in the critical joint structures, like the roof intersection with the walls, making real problems of insulation. I suppose that these monitorings are expensive and you can well understand that to live with the nightmare that the home can undergo structural problems, it is not so good! I suppose that it will be very expensive to periodically re-apply the products to protect the wood or to call the staff for the monitoring. You can understand that I do not wish to spend my future life becoming slave of my home! On the contrary, besides the problem of re-application of the products for the wood, a covered conventional home doesn’t give structural problems: indeed, it is easier to replace a ruined flat plank or a half log inside or outside without compromising the structure of the home and its insulation.

Since I prefer to build a real log home, I ask you: is it better to build it with double D logs, Swedish logs, with saddle notch corner or with square logs with chink and doventail corner? Which one of the two kinds of logs give the best insulation?

Thank you very much for any suggestions you might have.

Alessandro

At 10:33am on December 29, 2010, Chris Woody said…

Chris,

   Pat Woody is my dad, Dad said he hopes Ernie is well hasn't seen or heard from him in some time. I wasn't around for the Knicely project I was helping the Marine Corps rebuild Iraq at the time but I made it back to Virginia and trying to take things over at Woody Wood Chinking. I hope we can stay in touch. Also would you like some pics. of some hearthstones weve worked on.

thanks,

Chris Woody

Woody Wood Chinking

At 8:08am on March 24, 2009, Angel said…
Will do, Thanks!
At 10:10am on February 16, 2009, Kelly said…
Welcome to the neighborhood!

I just love the hand hewn dovetail log home!

Kelly
At 7:02pm on February 13, 2009, Tim Bullock said…
Chris, Welcome to the neighborhood. Is Randy still hanging around?
 
 
 

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