Whether your log cabin kit was built as a vacation spot or a year round residence, you need a hobby while there to lead a balanced life. Hobbies are stress reducers, provide entertainment and offer opportunities to spend time with family and friends. Here are some inexpensive log cabin hobbies for people of all ages. Continue reading
Often log cabin interior design can be overwhelmed by the imposing look of wood everywhere. With log walls, hardwood floors and log ceilings, the dominating visual aspect is wood. Log cabin design can be more than timber and earthy colors. Not that there’s anything wrong with that but there are other options. Here a few tips for personalizing your log home to make it truly yours. Continue reading
People who love log cabins are also outdoors people who like the everyday adventure and appreciate all that the outdoors has to offer. Here we put together our favorite log cabin vacation spots where you can enjoy the great outdoors and still have the comfort of home in a rustic setting. Continue reading
Building a log cabin kit shouldn’t be a headache. Start off with a reputable log cabin kit manufacturer that offers detailed instructions, assembly videos and insightful customer support and you’ll be well prepared.
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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
ATVs at the cabin are a must-have!
Since most log cabins aren’t located in major metropolitan areas, chances are if you own a log cabin, you live in close proximity to nature. If that’s the case, you’re in the perfect spot for four wheeling. Four wheelers are ideal for the log cabin owners who want to work hard and play hard.
The Conestoga team recently returned from exhibiting at a Tiny Home expo in Virginia. This show attracted people curious about tiny living. While many people are captivated by the idea of living in under 400 square feet, most of us desire a little more space. Conestoga offers several tiny home plans but we can also accommodate those who want a home that is bigger than tiny. We know all about the benefits of building and living in a small cabin. Continue reading
Bob Vila, noted building and home improvement specialist and TV host for almost three decades, recommends Conestoga Log Cabin kits as a low cost kit for the 21st century. Vila discusses the low maintenance logs and range of floor plans available.
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