"I've built four Katahdin Cedar Log Homes in Oklahoma using northern white cedar. I also use a lot of our local aromatic red cedar for trim and floors. The red cedar does have a nice strong cedar smell. northern white just smells like good wood.…"
"I'm staying busier than I'd like to be. ...after all, deer season is upon us. I'm finishing up a new Katahdin Cedar Log Home in Cherokee county OK, started a dry-in this week in OK City for a 2nd Katahdin home and later this month…"
"Mission accomplished! Generator installed, and now finishing up a drainage project. Had 43 tons of stone delivered yesterday. Working like a trojan to get it all spread and graded. Slow and steady wins the race. How are you? Any pre-winter projects…"
"Hi August. We're building a fishing cabin using utility grade logs that have been out in the weather too long. Both the interior and exterior had to be sanded. The two photos I'm posting show the interior. In one picture (the one with the…"
"Scott if you used a local builder on your log home, don't hesitate to call him/her to help you out with this. Most of us enjoy the trip back to see how the log home is doing. I don't charge home owners on homes I've built for…"
"Where are you planning on building Amanda? I'm in the Oklahoma City quite often. If you need a build site visit to get more information about log home planning, let me know. Consults are always free. Good luck! Marty"
"I wish I was surprised. I was dismayed at how few vendors were at the Branson Log Home Show last month. I've heard its been the same at most shows. Really important today to do your "due diligence" before settling on any Log Home…"
"Rick I have done this. I make all of my own flooring out of local wood harvested from the build sites. Just make sure you have your T&G oak completely dry, preferably kiln dried. I haven't updated the photos on my page, but…"
Mission accomplished! Generator installed, and now finishing up a drainage project. Had 43 tons of stone delivered yesterday. Working like a trojan to get it all spread and graded. Slow and steady wins the race. How are you? Any pre-winter projects going?