"I come from Connecticut originally and I’ve always had poured concrete foundations. Now living here in North Carolina I see mostly block foundations. I’m building a log home now in the NC mountains and I used Superior Walls and will…"
"I'm sorry, but I'm with Ray Wengard on this one! We've been operating the largest log home restoration and maintenance company on the west coast for over 15 years and have seen many, many nightmare scenarios with different film…"
"Well I just spent the weekend at the mt home. My stain job looks very good BUT .....only after two weeks the Bee Be Gone mixture hasn't seemed to stop those bees. I found at least 6 new holes. Was hoping that the $140 on the mix would have…"
"Hey Hank, As a Woodguard user for a long time, I intend to use the Q8 on my next project. It's less harmful to the air and the clean up and penetration is better. Jim and Pam Katahdin Cedar Log Homes"
"The only way you could use 8" is if you cut about 3 or 4 v groves in the back side to help minimize the cupping. But even then, I would recommend face nailing or pegging.
I tend to agree with your builder that 6" is wide enough, unless you…"
A builder told me that he would not use 1x8 hardwood flooring because of it's tendency to cup. He only uses 1x6 as his maximum width. I like the look of 1x8 better than 1x6. Am I asking for trouble if I go with 1x8?See More