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Rob Romine
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Smoke Damage Inside a Log Home
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Rob Romine Jul 21, 2009.

Construction Cam Help

Started Sep 15, 2008

Ideas for Web Seminars
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Started this discussion. Last reply by See Dirt Run! Inc. Jun 16, 2008.


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Rob Romine replied to Rob Romine's discussion Smoke Damage Inside a Log Home
"I appreciate everyone's tips. I have passed these, and others, along to my homeowners and told them about this site. Ya'll are great. Good luck on your projects, and let me know if I can ever be of any assistance."
Jul 21, 2009
Jason Brewer replied to Rob Romine's discussion Smoke Damage Inside a Log Home
"Well, I hope you've been able to fix the problem by now, but if not...The most important thing is to remove every bit of soot. Depending on the amount of soot/char, this may be as "easy" as a very thorough cleaning. When I say…"
Jun 21, 2009
Chris Wood replied to Rob Romine's discussion Smoke Damage Inside a Log Home
"Hey Rob, The "ServiceMaster" folks use baking soda blasting and these large ion type air filtering machines to eliminate the smell. We had a similar insurance claim a few years ago and the local professionals did a great job. If too late…"
Jun 19, 2009
Tami Treaster replied to Rob Romine's discussion Smoke Damage Inside a Log Home
"Being with the volunteer fire dept here in PA, for a small donation, we would take our deoderizer out and run it. It takes the smell out. It doesn't take long and if you live where the firefighters are volunteers, they make a little money for…"
Jun 19, 2009
ceejay2005 replied to Rob Romine's discussion Smoke Damage Inside a Log Home
"Then, our trained professionals will clean the soot damage to restore your home to its former condition. Our skilled professionals will take the time to be thorough and careful. Our process is designed to help restore your home and prevent further…"
Jun 19, 2009
Rob Romine replied to Rob Romine's discussion Smoke Damage Inside a Log Home
"Thank you for the great tips and ideas. I was sure there was something on the market that was used for this type of damage. You guys are great!!"
Mar 24, 2009
Kelly replied to Rob Romine's discussion Smoke Damage Inside a Log Home
"Hi Rob, I am hoping this will help! It is a product proffesional's use and it is called APC-120 Multi-Purpose cleaning concentrate. Its a deodorinzing cleaner. If is safe for washing walls, woodwork, windows, carpets, and furniture. Winsol…"
Mar 24, 2009
Greg SWEETS replied to Rob Romine's discussion Smoke Damage Inside a Log Home
"I don't know if this will help but when my wife burns something in the house and it smells like smoke.I spray freebreeze on the curtains and chairs or anything with cloth and the smell goes away in about 2 days,you might have to repeat it next…"
Mar 24, 2009

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I am the Vice President for Appalachian Log Structures in Ripley, WV. I have been with the company for 9 years, and was recently named one of the 30 Under Forty in the Building Systems Industry.
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Wildlife Learning Center in NC

The grand opening of the new Valerie H. Schindler Wildlife Learning Center at the North Carolina Zoo was held August 19, 2008 in Asheboro, NC. The center was built using full log materials supplied by Appalachain Log Structures of Ripley, WV. The 4600 square foot building features a D-log profile and will provide affordable accommodations for college and university students who participate in apprenticeships, internships and residencies at the Zoo . It… Continue

Posted on September 10, 2008 at 10:57am

30 Years...WOW how time flies

The year: 1978. We saw the first cell phone, the first arcade game in Space Invaders, and the original Star Wars: A New Hope. For a future tech geek like me this was a BIG year. But 1978 was also the year that my grandfather, Fletcher Parsons, was innovative enough to take his knowledge of wood preservation and apply it to the new crop of log homes that had begun to pop up around the country. His pioneering vision has now grown beyond his wildest expectations, and… Continue

Posted on June 20, 2008 at 9:35am — 2 Comments

NEW Plans Introduced at Appalachian Log Structures

Appalachian Log Structures has introduced five new standard model floor plans plus three gargage packages to it's lineup of over 50 other high quality plans. Designed to appeal to a wide range of needs and preferences, the plans range from 1722 to over 3,600 square feet. All elements of the standard floorplans are customizable, making each home unique.

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Posted on June 9, 2008 at 11:10am — 2 Comments

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At 5:59am on September 23, 2008, cui yongli said…
Hi Rob,the second day work photos to you.I hope you come to Qingdao to drink Qingdao beer.Do you remember Qingdao beer.It's famous in the world.
At 11:00am on August 20, 2008, Bev and Gary Davis said…
Thanks Rob, It's getting very exciting watching the process because it's all new. I wish we had more to go by on the tour of the home on the website. We are able to watch it on a daily basis because we are so close to our building site. Each time we go up to check the progress we find out something new about the home. Which leads me to a question that we have. I will call you soon. Thanks
At 10:34am on August 7, 2008, Bev and Gary Davis said…
Hello Rob,
We are so excited.We will stay in touch and we will be putting pics on of the site shortly. The foundation looks great and we have one of the best views. It is breathtaking. Thanks for the add.
At 9:29pm on July 3, 2008, Vittorio said…
Thanks Rob , I hope to see you again soon , and of course say hello to Tom , always hoping to do , finally , some business , soon !!
I have already chose the Appalachian Log Structures for my Log Home , West Virginia is calling , I just need a little more luck to finally start .
Happy 4th of July .

At 3:26pm on July 3, 2008, Scott Ridder said…
Have a great 4th of July Celebration and Happy 30th Anniversary! It sounds like you'll be eating some hot dogs. Enjoy!

At 10:40pm on July 2, 2008, Charlie Winfree said…
Indeed, I've sent a lot of property buyers to you guys over the years. You have a fine product and I'm a big fan of buying "West Virginia", whenever possible. Keep up the good work!
At 3:53pm on July 2, 2008, Scott Ridder said…
Thanks Rob. I couldn't find another picure that covered my balding head so I thought I'd go with something fun.

I appreciate being a part of the hood and wish I had gotten on board sooner.

Happy 4th of July and I hope your Open House goes well. We're having an Open House also - I hope it rains so that folks will stop in for a visit. :-)
At 4:44pm on June 13, 2008, amber said…
Hi Rob! I hope you're getting excited for another show season! :)
At 2:42pm on June 13, 2008, Ted said…
Great information as usual Rob. I didn't even know that a Log Home Council existed. How the heck did I miss that one.

At 5:57pm on June 11, 2008, Ted said…
Absolutely great construction form. I have never seen anything this complete before.


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