Log Homes, Log Home Kits and Prices

All posts by Heather Hayward

Log Cabin Pet Spaces

Our furry friends are part of the family.  To make them feel right at home, consider making log cabin pet spaces for them.   Whether canine, feline, or something else design for the life of your pet and your family.  Here just a few ways to make your log cabin home per friendly. Continue reading

Log Cabin Hardscaping

Log cabin hardscaping is essential to creating attractive outdoor living spaces and curb appeal. The hardscaping plan should work in concert with the landscaping design.  While landscaping covers all of the living parts of the yard, hardscaping includes all of the man-made elements such as walkways, seating, lighting, structures, fences and decorative elements.  Here are just a few factors to consider when formulating your plan.  Continue reading

Hiring Now for Sales Representative/Project Coordinator

Business is booming at Conestoga and we are looking for an organized and detail oriented full-time salesperson to join our sales team.

Position Requirements:

  • 30+ hours per week in the office
  • Self-motivated
  • Team oriented
  • Willingness to travel 6 times per year
  • Willingness to enter detailed notes into CRM program
  • Willingness to follow written processes

Interested candidates should send resume and cover letter with prior salary to Carolyn Meyer, Human Resources at cmeyer@conestogalogcabins.com

 

Staging a Log Cabin Rental

Many log cabin owners subsidize the cost of ownership by renting their properties to vacationers.  Whether you are using a local rental agency or an online service, you will want your home to look its best in advertisements.  Staging a log cabin rental ensures that you present your property in the best possible light.  Vacationers want to be able to picture a getaway retreat.  Here are a few tips to help travelers envision themselves enjoying the log cabin life at your rental. Continue reading

Log Cabin Energy Code Compliance

State and local governments have had building codes in place for hundreds of years to protect public health, safety and general welfare.  A more recent addition to building codes are energy codes which can cover walls, floors, ceiling insulation, windows, air leakage and duct leakage.  The standards for energy code compliance vary from state to state and from municipality to municipality.  Compliance is the responsibility of those constructing the home.  In most cases, log cabin energy code compliance is expected just as in traditionally built homes. Continue reading

Log Cabin Lighting

Log cabin lovers appreciate the warmth of log walls. Unfortunately charming log walls can also lead to very dark rooms. Lighting your log cabin doesn’t have to be challenging. Unless you want to whitewash your logs to brighten up rooms, the keys are to plan ahead and to use layers of light. Continue reading