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Scott Ridder
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  • Harrisonburg, VA
  • United States
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Harrisonburg, VA Open House at Harrisonburg, VA

April 4, 2009 from 10am to 4pm
Come visit with Jack, Linda, Scott and Drew Ridder, owners of Dogwood Mountain Log Homes and speak with representatives from Appalachian Log Structures, American Log Mortgage, Century 21 Realty and local builders. Learn how they can make your dream log home become reality! Call to sign up for our 45-minute Log Homes 101 seminar...seats are limited! Purchasing Incentives and Savings coupons will be available to all attendees.
Mar 5, 2009

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Tell us about yourself:
I'm a co-owner of Dogwood Mountain Log Homes, Independant Representatives for Appalachian Log Structures. I'm working on my 8th year with ALSI and live in a modified Hamilton model and work in a modified Fair Oaks design. Please come and see me.
Are you lucky enough to be living in a log home?
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Here's something to think about if you're thinking of building a log home.

I asked my friend Greg Ebersole, the Residential Mortgage Banker for Susquehanna Bank his thoughts about mortgage rates for 2013 and here's what he said:

We do expect rates will increase as we go throughout the year.  I think most clients realize these low rates will end at some point and most importantly when inflation increases it’s a double edge sword, rates increase and costs go up.

For…

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Posted on March 20, 2013 at 3:17pm

Why pay the exterminator when you can Sodium Borate pressure treat your log walls to prevent infestation.



I’ve had several log homeowners tell me how expensive it is to have an exterminator enclose their log home in a tent because bugs have eaten their way into the log walls. Doesn’t it make since to pressure treat your entire log wall to keep the pests out in the beginning. Appalachian Log Structures specializes in Borate pressure treating the log walls to prevent termite or any other wood digesting infestation. What is Borate you say-salt that is… Continue

Posted on January 29, 2010 at 10:47am

Trail Cabins are the greatest!

Appalachian Log Structures has a new Trail Cabin that's pre-built and is delivered on your site and set up for you. All you have to do is prepare a foundation and have your power and water ready to go and boom, you have a cabin set and ready to use. Plus the logs are Borate pressure treated so you don't have to worry about termites in your logs and your cabin already has a metal roof(you choose your color) windows and doors installed. You've gotta see this, it's really neat. If you're in the… Continue

Posted on December 29, 2009 at 4:33pm

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At 3:23pm on July 3, 2008, Rob Romine said…
Rain is good for the Open House crowd...unless you're planning on cooking 500 hot dogs :)

Hope all goes well. Happy 4th.
At 2:54pm on July 2, 2008, Rob Romine said…
Love the hat :) Welcome to da' Hood
At 5:01pm on July 1, 2008, Donald Parsons said…
Scott: Welcome to the neighborhood! Love the photo and hope that Santa is good to ALL of us this year...Cheers - Donald
 
 
 

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