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.
Catalog for Commercial Log Cabin Structures
The Build catalog is for our commercial customers such as campgrounds and resort properties. It includes log cabins, log homes, bunk houses, bath houses, ADA log cabins and multipurpose log buildings. See why hundreds of businesses keep coming back to Conestoga Log Cabins & Homes for their log cabin needs.
Who hasn’t dreamed of living in a log cabin home? Maybe that dream is about to come true and you’re shopping for an existing log cabin. Do you know what to look for? Here a just a few items to check out before you make an offer. Continue reading
A comparison between cabin dealers and non-dealers
So you want to build a log cabin. Do you go straight to the manufacturer or go through a log cabin dealer? Are dealers beneficial to the consumer? Should the consumer take the brand into consideration when purchasing a new log cabin? 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
Keeping your log cabin home warm and insulated requires regular maintenance. Your maintenance plan should include closing gaps in log courses. The two methods that are primarily used to close gaps are chink and caulk. Caulk is typically used when the gap is ¾ of an inch and chink is used when the gaps are larger. Both chink and caulk are designed to withstand the normal movement and settling of the cabin.
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
Whether you run your business from home, occasionally telecommute or just want a private spot to get away and pay bills, a log cabin loft office may be right for you. A loft office is appealing for many reasons. You can keep an eye on things downstairs while being removed from the constant activity. You can shorten your commute to just a walk up the stairs. It’s better than the unfinished dark basement or being relegated to a corner of a room with another purpose. Continue reading