Log Homes, Log Home Kits and Prices

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Log Home Insulation: Properly Insulating Your Log Home Kit

Even though logs can naturally store some heat, you may need to consider log home insulation.  Insulation might not be necessary for log homes in mild climates or those only used seasonally.  However, if your cabin is a year-round residence in a colder climate, insulation is recommended.  Insulating walls, floors and ceilings will contribute to the energy efficiency and comfort of your log home. Continue reading

A-frame Log Cabin Kits Get A+!

You can recognize an A-frame log cabin by its triangular roof that resembles the letter “A.”  Even though they have been around for centuries, A-frames became increasingly prevalent in the mid-1950’s through the 1970’s.  Their popularity grew especially as vacation homes.  The numerous benefits of A-frame cabins explain why they are still sought after today. Continue reading

Laminated Logs, The What and Why

What are laminated logs?

Laminated logs are pieces of kiln dried lumber that are stacked and glued together.  Continuous height pieces are placed on the outside to allow for logs up to 28 feet in length. Once glued, the logs are milled and cut to length like traditional lumber.  They produce a superior product without sacrificing natural beauty. Continue reading