In 2016 Jack and Charlene from WA drove their Tesla electric Sedan to PA to tour Conestoga’s facility and Mountain King Model. They traveled their route specifically around service stations to replenish their car’s energy. Continue reading
Hillside approached Conestoga in late 2016 to design buildings to help them achieve their mission of providing compassionate, comprehensive, innovative and effective services to help families in the community reach their full potential. Continue reading
From the outside it looks like a Mountain King, but once you walk inside you quickly notice the expanded deluxe kitchen that these owners added. Continue reading
We love hearing stories from our customers. Below is a story about the cabins purchased for Carolina Beach State Park and the history behind their names. Continue reading
When this customer contacted Conestoga about building he was 49, 2 children of his own and 1 grandchild. He is an airline employee with moderate construction skills.
Will [customer] was looking for a cabin kit to erect on 140 rural acres outside of Wilburton Oklahoma in the Arc du Bois mountains. Will was looking for a complete package kit- electrical, doors, windows, roofing, etc. The plans needed to be thorough and detailed, yet simple enough for a novice to understand for this DIY project. He wanted a quality product with technical support as needed. Continue reading
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The Timber Ridge was developed from a conceptual drawing of a custom home that was centered around a customer’s needs.
The customer wanted this home to portray a 100 year old building with the main goal of having a space for weekend retreats that could double as a hunting cabin. Energy efficiency was also an interest, so a 3″ insulation package was added to our log wall system. Continue reading
One of the oldest segments of pre-fabricated housing is the log cabin kit manufacturer. It has allowed thousands to live out their boyhood dream, such as retired Lutheran pastor Paul Smeltz, who, along with his son, rolled up his sleeves to assemble a 1,500 square foot vacation log cabin on the 42-acre family plot in south central Pennsylvania. Continue reading