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Raising 2001 - The Cyber Log Home Construction
by Katahdin Cedar Log Homes
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Kiln Dried Difference - by Joe Folker
recent years the log home industry has seen a steady increase in the number
of log home manufacturers offering it's clients kiln-dried logs as an option. Some
companies have even made the commitment to offer only kiln-dried materials.
A Log Home Dream Becomes A Reality - by
Steve & Melinda Ryan
You have driven by that
beautiful log home hundreds of times wishing that one day you too can own
one. Now that the seed has been planted, how do you decide if a log
home will fit into your budget? This article will serve as a guide
on how to achieve that dream of owning a log home. Read
A Builder - by Mike
Picking your general contractor
and log supplier are your two most critical people for your new log home
construction. The other subcontractors are important too, and references
are the first and critical step for all of them. Read
Don’t Build ‘Em Like They Used To
Management – Women Are Up To The Task - by Judy Flanagan
well known that project managing the construction of a home will save you
money – and give you more decision making control. What is less widely
known is that many successful project managers are women – who have no
construction experience whatsoever. Read
Celebrates 75 Years as America's Oldest Log Home Manufacturer
Log Homes ...
A Part Of Our Heritage and Culture!
Milled Log Industry - by Dana Delano
I: 1700's to the early 1960's | Part
II: 1960's to the Present
have been used for centuries in the construction of homes in Russia, Eastern
Europe, and the Scandinavian countries. As immigrants from these areas
brought their skills to Colonial America, it was only natural that logs
from the abundant forest would become a primary source of shelter. These
original pioneer homes were usually one room buildings with a few if any
windows. Their great attraction was that an ordinary person could construct
them with a few tools and minimal training. These humble "log cabins" became
an expression of early American architecture and a part of the American
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