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Planning

Log Home Myths vs. Truths

Log home experts confront questions that pop up frequently in the home buying decision-making process. Fact and fiction, popular misconception, and downright erroneous information sometimes surround the process of buying or building a log or timber home. It isn’t that...

Open Concept vs. Traditional Floor Plans

There are several key factors to consider before designing your home’s floor plan. You’ve seen it on TV—expansive windows, soaring ceilings, people chatting in every corner. Open floor plans, aka “great rooms,” can be fantastic for families with children and those who...

Getting Competitive Bids

Experts give sage advice about comparing bids from different log & timber companies. The experience of building a log or timber home, making the vision become a reality, is extraordinary and may take place only once in a lifetime. The advantage of previous...

Selecting Your Dream Team

Assembling a team of experts to help you design and build your home is the key to fulfilling your needs and wants. Sam and Gale Easter, self-described “loggies,” are enthusiastic about living in the log home of their dreams. But during the planning stages for the...

Floorplans Done Right

Best Strategies to Make the Most of Your New Floor Plan  Plenty of joy comes standard when making your dream home a reality. But it’s normal to have some anxieties as well. You don’t want a new floor plan that’s less than perfect. That’s why we contacted log and...

Thinking Ahead

Careful thought and planning are essential before building a log and timber home.  Look before leaping. Take stock of the situation and assess the needs and wants that are driving your urge to build a log and timber home. It’s good advice. Comprehensively consider...