As noted on many occasions within Country's Best Cabins, cabins aren't defined by metrics but rather a feeling. Each person has a unique cabin experience, resulting in his or her unique approach to creating a dream retreat.
The variety of rustic materials on the market…
Added by Whitney Richardson on February 25, 2013 at 11:57pm — No Comments
WE ARE GETTING READY TO BUILD OUR LOG HOME IN TENNESSEE AND I AM CURIOUS ABOUT A CONTRACTOR'S LICENSE. WOULD IT BE WORTH MY TIME TO OBTAIN A LICENSE AND IF SO, HOW DO I GO ABOUT GETTING IT. IF ANYONE CAN GIVE ME AN IDEA OR SUGGESTION PLEASE LET ME KNOW. WE HAVE STARTED WITH OUR CONCRETE AND STEM WALL AND HAVING A GREAT TIME. CAPT. LARRY
For those of us log home enthusiasts who remember Kermit the Frog, we’ll also remember his song “It’s not easy being green”. Of course back then he was singing about something other than saving the environment. In today’s world of marketing, the word green has taken on a whole different meaning. Google search…Continue
Added by Donald Parsons on February 22, 2013 at 11:36am — No Comments
Timber Block homeowners Michael and Victoria Boomgarden have always dreamed about building their own log home. After years of thinking about it, hours spent looking through log home magazines, and driving past other log cabins, the Boomgardens decided to get serious and began their research.
Added by Timber Block on February 13, 2013 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Seeing the pictures of Nemo's effects on the Northeast may be enough to make you second-guess building in an area subject to extreme weather. But ample snow can be manageable with the right design in mind.
Snowfall and its relation to the site should be a major point of consideration at the onset of the design process. Many people may try to take a plan and just put it on the site, instead of making adjustments, which can result in water issues in the home or drainage around the home.…Continue
Added by Whitney Richardson on February 11, 2013 at 12:41pm — No Comments
Hello Everyone, I see folks saying they are talking to general contractors to get prices to build their log home. If they are not talking to a log home general contractor they are opening themselves up to all kinds of problems. Dealer/builders are the most qualified to do your project. Some dealers have general contractors that have experience with log homes who can save you money and time. You don't want your project to be a training ground for a contractor and neither does your…Continue
Added by James W. Harbin on February 11, 2013 at 11:51am — No Comments
We're interested in the exterior and interior stain seen in this article for our home. Any help would be appreciated.
If you’ve done any research at all comparing log home companies one of the first things you realized is that they all offer different types of packages. When trying to compare “apples to apples” you soon learn that it is a virtually impossible task since the material packages are different as well as the…Continue
Added by Donald Parsons on February 8, 2013 at 5:10pm — No Comments
I've hung around here for some time and I'm truly thankful for the many diverse viewpoints that are expressed here. You all were a great help to my wife and me as we journeyed down the road of selecting and building a log home. Ultimately, we decided to work with Timber Block, and we're extremely happy with the end product.
I wrote a small piece about our experiences. If you'd be interested in reading it, navigate to…Continue
Added by Michael Boomgarden on February 6, 2013 at 1:21pm — No Comments
Log Home Finishing is happy to share out experience with you via LIVE CHAT to discuss finishing your log home project. Visit our website http://loghomefinishing.com and Tom Elliott, Sashco and Permachink certified installer of stain and chink products will assist you.
If you have questions about chinking, staining, media blasting, preparation of logs, or removing old finish this is the place for excellent knowledge…Continue
Added by Colorado Log Home Finishing on February 3, 2013 at 3:24pm — No Comments
I have a 6 yr old 2100 sq ft log home in Vermont. Condensation and ice is building up on the Pella windows and they are telling me it is all because of humidity. The house runs about 40 - 45% humidity with a dehumidifier in the finished basement and one in the great room. We cant stand the sound in the great room so i need a solution. I am told a air/heat exchange system would take care of it but i would think running duct work etc in a log home is very difficult. Any suggestions would…Continue
Added by Donald Parsons on February 1, 2013 at 1:30pm — No Comments