I would like to build a stick frame addition to my log home. My home was built about 15 years ago. Any thoughts about this? I was curious If there were still concerns about settling?
Santa has Timber Block on this top of his list this year, thanks to his brand new home in Toronto!
Staring November 28th, Santa is going to be set up in his new Timber Block Insulated Log Home at the Toronto Eaton Center. Thanks to Timber Block’s R-30 wall insulation, along with a tight…Continue
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Please excuse the shameless listing of a log home on a Carolina lake, but this one is special due to downsizing after 11 wonderful years:
6 BDRM, 3.1BA, over 4,000sf and 500sf loft or office lakeside on .92 acres in a gated community of just 22 homes.
For Sale by…Continue
Added by Charlie Breeding on November 10, 2014 at 7:17pm — No Comments
However, this is exactly the right time to kick start your plans!
Today's Timber Block blog touches on the many reasons why autumn is the perfect time to start making…Continue
Added by Timber Block on October 29, 2014 at 8:43am — No Comments
Need a little help here! Building a white pine log home, planning on a clear interior finish. Can we go with alder interior doors instead of pine? Maybe with a natural stain to add a little different color?
go on you tube and type in "log home disaster built by jason dunn"
I came into construction under my great-grandfather, grandfather, and father. These were all strong willed opinionated, highly skilled men that worked by their own rules.There was a vast amount of freedom and individuality in the trades. These men didn't fit into a time schedule or corporate mentality. They would climb off the scaffolds at lunch and read the paper while having a beer and eating fresh meats and vegetables. It was precisely this…Continue
I have been researching log home manufactures for 3 yrs now. I have boiled it down to 4 Log Home Council Members: Appalachian Log Home Structures, Gastineau Log Homes, Hochstetler Milling and Honest Abe Log Homes.
I have visited all 4 and cannot put forth a bad word for any of them. They all have their "niche" that separate one from another thru there experience in the industry over the years.
Customer service is at the top of the list at all of them for sure. All I can do is…Continue
We're almost finished with our first season of "Cabin Fever" on National Geographic. However, we have a couple more episodes to shoot and are LOOKING FOR PEOPLE WHO WANT A LOG HOME BUILT ON OUR SHOW!
Additional details are below, however if you're interested, please feel free to email any questions to email@example.com or call us at 310-957-5757
"Our brand-new series on the National Geographic Channel will follow clients from start to finish as…Continue
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Here is an article from the Log Homes Council website that reviews the GREEN advantages of log home living. Although I've been in my log home for 20+ years and have been telling folks about these advantages, it's GREAT to see the Log Homes Council put these in a concise list that pretty much covers it…Continue
Added by Donald Parsons on August 29, 2014 at 1:47pm — No Comments
I'm very upset that my subscription to Country's Best Cabins got transferred to Timber Home Living when it is still being printed and on newsstands! Not what I paid for! The balance of the subscription should be honored then not renewed if they aren't doing subscriptions anymore.
Added by Wendy Klemann on August 28, 2014 at 4:11pm — No Comments
Roofs have a very difficult job, they have to withstand the elements day in and day out. Roofs are built to last. But even the most durable roofing materials will eventually erode. Depending on the type of roof you have, you can expect it to last anywhere from 20 to 100 years. Occasionally, a particularly bad storm can damage even a new roof. When this happens, it can leave homeowners wondering whether they need to replace their roof again so soon or if they can simply repair the damage and…Continue
Added by veberly lur on August 22, 2014 at 12:21am — No Comments
own unique log cabin in pine mountain club. ca. google
15517 nesthorn way, ca. to get details.
it is secluded. needs marketing.
Added by jolene larimore on August 18, 2014 at 2:46pm — No Comments
Our marketing department has a very high demand for Timber Block homes to be featured in…Continue
Added by Timber Block on August 6, 2014 at 1:03pm — No Comments
Today's Timber Block blog talks about kitchen (or bathroom, or laundry room - or whichever room you have countertops!) countertops, and the choice of upgrading to something such as granite or the growing-in-popularity concrete countertops!
Many times, granite is a top choice when planning your countertops. It’s beautiful, there are many choices of color and design, it’s durable and it lasts. In fact, it’s almost something everyone talks about when looking at the interior…Continue
Added by Timber Block on July 24, 2014 at 5:52pm — No Comments
"America’s log cabin industry as a quintessential symbol of the American pioneering spirit, embodying America’s strength and ingenuity," said Congressman Reid Ribble (R-WI) in the Congressional Record.
"Log cabins, whether used for recreation or as primary residences, are economically sustainable,…Continue
Anyone have experience with this?
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