Where Do I Locate Log Cabin Home Kits; How Do I Build a Log Cabin of My Own in the Woods?

Small log cabin on snowy winter day with steps leading up to red painted door.

Log cabins have been a sturdy tradition since the colonists first set foot in America. Recent years have seen a revival in this mode of building. For some people it’s probably a genuine pioneering spirit, but for most others the idea is grounded in economics: a log cabin is relatively inexpensive and it’s a form of building which even a beginner with little or no construction experience can undertake.
If you look at the list of log cabin manufacturers, you will see that log cabin kit-packaging has become a rather large business, with suppliers in virtually every part of the country. Another indication that this·form of building is catching on is the long waiting list, which increases the time between order of the kit and its delivery.

Sample of modern loghouse construction detail.

It is possible to build a log cabin from scratch. All you need is a good vacation-home site with plenty of mature trees. Then you can fell as many trees as you need, strip the bark, and let them season. Then use a tractor–or better yet, a good team of horses or oxen–to drag the trees out of the forest and onto the building site. Then you can notch log ends, hoist them into place and before you know it–you have a log cabin…Yes, log cabins can be built from scratch, but we don’t recommend it unless you have plenty of time, physical strength, and the willingness and ability to labor long and hard. This article is limited to helping you build a log cabin from a log cabin kit, hopefully, a cheap log cabin kit.

Unfinished house.



Are You Ready For a Log Cabin?

Although log cabins can be built by a person with little knowledge of construction, it should not be undertaken by a rank amateur. If you want a log cabin, but don’t know your way around a construction site, it might be advisable to purchase materials from one of the factories, which can also supply you with a construction foreman—but at a cost. This individual will come to your building site and direct the construction effort. The only talents you and your helpers must have are strong backs and a willingness to follow directions.
A good strategy for a first-time log cabin builder or a time-challenged log cabin building is to take on a small project. Build a very containable log cabin that can be added onto as the years go on. Look for modular long cabins or modular log homes. You can build out the main section, which stands there complete, ready for you to use. Then you can add on as time permits. There are few things for distressing that undertaking a project that is simply too large for you and then 18 months to two years later you are only partially through the project with all of your building materials getting rained and snowed on or being stolen because you are not on site to protect them.
Visit log cabin kit manufacturers in your area and “kick a lot of tires, you will enjoy the research as you envision one of these log cabins sitting on your land, constructed by none other than you! Besides, the very last thing you want to do is get this very heavy package of materials shipped from a long distance. Another reason is that if you purchase a small log cabin kit relatively close to the factory, you can have an expert come out from the factory on a per diem basis to help you out of a problem, if you find yourself in one. If you have already purchased land, but are uncertain as to what to do next, search online using terms like “log cabins for sale nc,” “ log cabins for sale in pa,” “log cabin kit Colorado,” “log cabins for sale near me,” etc. These searches will bring up a lot of real estate companies who are selling log cabins that are already built, but they will also bring up a list of pre-manufactured log home companies and log cain modular homes manufacturers.
Before the kit arrives, a foundation needs to be constructed. Talk to the kit manufacturer about your options. Typically, the kit you are assembling can be a full foundation, slab-on-grade, piers or crawl space. Also, the foundation must be constructed to exactly fit the log kit. Therefore, be sure you know both the inside and outside dimensions. Have a thorough discussion with the factory representative, and make sure you understand exactly what is called for. Here are a few things to consider. If you have little or no construction experience, you can probably construct a slab. Let’s say you want to build a 12-foot by 24-foot log cabin to start off. You can construct the slab and have it ready. We would not suggest trying to do a crawl space or full foundation. If you want a full foundation, bring in masons to do it. They will be finished in a snap and your new log kit will fit the foundation perimeter perfectly. The other benefit to putting in a full foundation is that you instantly double the space. Instead of having just 288 square feet of living space on the first floor of the log cabin, you have an entire other level with 288 feet below for a total of 576 square feet.



Construct a Road to Your Building Site

You need a road to your construction site so that a concrete mixer can dump concrete for the slab. That same road will be needed so that the big flatbed trailer carrying your future log cabin can get up to the foundation site. If the truck cannot negotiate your road, the kit will be dropped off at the closest possible point. That means you or helpers will have to drag thousands of pounds of logs to the site …a back-breaking and costly job. (It also means that in order to pour a slab, you would need to have to transport many bags of sand and cement to the site, weighing between 70 and 100 pounds each.)
People who have constructed log home kits seem to feel that their chief benefits are their easy assembly and their slightly lower cost compared to conventional construction.



Selecting a Log Home Supplier

Your choice of a log home kit will be limited in part by the number of factories which deliver in your area. Once you have determined who will deliver, you can figure out what you want. Most factories sell a variety of different log kits. There are many low-cost kits available, which are truly log cabins. That is, units with only one or two rooms. Factories also sell far larger units with two stories and three or four bedrooms. If you want a low-cost vacation home, stick to the smaller units. They will be a lot less costly and easier to build. Take the time to visit the factory or a local dealer and walk through the model log homes. That’s really the only way you can tell if it is large enough or too large for you.

Although suppliers have different payment schedules, most will want some money at the time he kit is ordered, and the remainder on delivery. If you are going to need a mortgage to finance this project, make sure the bank understands that you need a lot of money before construction. Banks hate to lend money before the house is built. Most like to give you payments at each stage; after the foundation is complete, after framing is finished, and so on. Factories, however, are in business to make money and most have strict payment rules. For example, in many cases the driver has orders not to release the binders and chains holding the logs until he receives two certified checks: one for balance due and the other for delivery charges. Financial details need to be worked out long before the logs arrive. Talk to your bank about getting a construction loan for the building of this project. Further, speak with your log home manufacturer, which probably has a relationship with a local bank that knows all about log homes. There are several good routes you can go in financing.



Receiving A Delivery

We’ll assume that all the financial issues have been worked out, foundation and platform have been installed and you are waiting to take delivery of your new log home. Have three, four or more people there with you. Invite some of your city friends up to your vacation home site, or hire some local people. What­ ever you do, don’t go it alone.

There have been cases where a poor, unsuspecting log cabin builder waited for delivery himself. When this has happened the driver (who usually won’t carry logs) ends up dumping the logs on the ground. Not only do some logs get chipped and split, but they all wind up getting soiled. It creates an avoidable mess.

When the truck arrives, all breakable items should be stored out of the way of the truck in a secure and relatively dry place. Then the logs and all other items can be placed on the ground once a carpet of hay has been spread. Logs and other structural members should be separated and stored according to length and function.

Once you take delivery of the log kit, you have the same problem that others regularly involved in construction have: there are thousands of dollars of building materials laying out on an unprotected site. Spend money to create a tough chain across your road to keep out unwanted thieves with trucks. Another thing you can do is to set up video cameras in order to monitor activity at your site when you are not there and to notify the local police or sheriff if something is amiss. You must find your own solution to protecting these materials The best advice we can give is to get that log house nailed into place as soon as possible. Your vacation site may seem like the most tranquil spot in the world, but building materials have a habit of “walking” off when left out in the open.
At the time your purchase the kit, the salesperson can probably estimate how long it will take to build it. Although in theory one person can build a small cabin, in reality it takes at least two people. If you can afford it, or can coax friends, four workers are ideal. One kit producer says that with the help of 13 people, a good sized house can be raised in four days or less. The goal at first is to get the basic structure of the log cabin done and the roof overhead. That takes a considerable amount of building materials and once that is in place, other materials can be locked up inside the structure. Naturally, if you are building a full foundation, you are in luck. Get any doors or windows for the foundation level in place and once you get the structure in place for the floor (the roof of the basement), you have a relatively secure place to store building materials and tools.



Tools Required

Here are the tools required for the log cabin. These tools will come in handy time again as you live in the log cabin. General carpentry tools are needed for construction of a log house. This includes:
6 or 8 lb. sledge hammers-two of them, for driving spikes (go with the 6 lb. hammer unless you are really strong);
3-foot pinch bar–for moving logs and for re­-moving spikes that have been driven in the wrong spots (yes, mistakes happen!);
3-foot level-to check plumb of doors and windows;
staple gun or staple hammer for tacking gasket material;
ratchet winch and 30 feet of rope-for pulling logs tightly together;
50-foot or 100-foot steel tape-for checking various building dimensions;
a carpenter’s claw hammer for nailing decking, window frames, etc;
handsaw or power saw for cutting joists, plywood, etc;
framing square for checking square on doors and windows;
wide-bladed wood chisel for cleaning mortise cuts;
draw knife-for trimming logs and removing bark;
chalk line-for “snapping” lines to align building members.
A Word to the Wise: If you can afford it, buy or rent power tools for the job. It will speed tasks along and allow you to spend your time at the site more effectively. Get an air compressor and gasoline generator to run it and tools that work with your compressor. At the very least, get a power handsaw and a nail gun, otherwise you are wasting time and energy.



Building a Log Cabin

Some of the tools needed to erect a precut log home.
Other equipment and material that may come in handy includes:
small chainsaw for cutting larger fireplace opening
caulking gun
wire cutters
electric drill and bits
flashing for termite shield
tin snips to cut the flashing
supply of 2×4’s and 1×4’s for bracing and framing. All construction sites need extra 2x4s. Get a supply of 10 or 20 eight footers.

The log kit supplier you settle on can probably tell you of any exotic tools which might be required.

Materials

Besides the log home kit, you will need other building materials. You will need:
nails (a good supply of 16d and 8d commons, plus a few 20d and 40d) ·
conduit (if needed for electric runs)
hacksaW to cut the conduit
dunnage or scrap lumber (such as 4×4’s) to support the logs off the ground Foundation, but also for the bottom platform and roofing materials. Check these extra requirements out carefully with the log home factory. Usually the sales­ person can tell you what extra materials you need to buy. Before you settle on a kit, add the cost of the kit and everything else you will need to buy. That will be the actual cost of the home. Once you get this real cost, you might want to compare it to the cost of simply buying a finished cabin in the area.
Buy a chainsaw, incidentally, is an excellent investment for virtually every vacation home builder and conventionally constructed home to see if indeed it is lower in cost.
Actually, assembling the kit is not difficult, especially if you have enough helpers and a factory representative on hand. Suppliers go to the extreme in labeling kits. Although they are not foolproof, if you follow instructions literally to the letter, you should not have problems. The first step is to check level and square of foundation, and then construct a bottom platform (see Chapter ). Kit manufacturers will include in
depth instructions on how to construct the bottOm platform. .._’··· ·
Because each supplier has his own set of instruc­ tions, we will only d_eal in general terms on how a log home is constructed. ·

THE FIRST COURSE

Usually, before logs are set in pface, you have to in­ stall a sill seal, usually a type of foam board or other material. This can be stapled into place. Then, with all logs previously separated into piles, you can begin to lay out the first course. It isextremely importantto get this first row installed properly because every row you install after it will be influenced by it.
Begin with the front wall of the house and align all logs. When they are in line with the foundation, spike or bolt logs, or otherwise fasten them in place. Usu­ ally spikes at the ends of logs are not driven until the adjoining wall log is in’place.
With front wall logs in place, the sidewall logs can be added. The sidewalls must sit at right angles to the first wall. An easy way to assure the square of walls is to use the 3,4,5 triangle concept. If you measure out exactly three feet on one wall and four feet on another, the hypotenuse will be exactly five feet. You can also use multiples of the 3,4,5 triangle: 6,8,10 or 9,12,15 for example. With care, the entire first course of logs can be squared and leveled.

DOORS

The dqo’rs must be installed next. Read over de­ scriptjons of these units to ensure you know inside
·from outside and top from bottom. Don’t laugh. More than a few do-it-yourself log home builders have in­ stalled these units improperly.
The doors and frames are installed, leveled and braced. Bracing is’usually nothing more than angling an extra 2×4 from the door frame to the platform and temporarily nailing it in place. These oraces will hold the doors in place while you fill in around them with logs.

Building a Log Cabin

WINDOWS


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in to achieve square. This is a powerful little

Next several courses of logs are set and secured according tothe manufacturer’s instructions. Follow­ ing instructions closely, you will come to the course where you must add windows. Generally, all the win­ dows are on the same level, and all are added at the same time. Windows and frames are carefully placed on top of the course of logs and then braced. It is not advisable to brace from the side but rather from the top of the frame to the platforms. If you install bracing on the sides of frames, you would then have to move the brace to install logs.
Windows must betreated with the utmost care. The windows should be kept in a closed position to main­ tain square. L.ogs should never be forced in around them. If force is necessary, then something is out of square.

FINAL COURSES

With windows in place, log courses around win­ dows are filled inand then longer logs are added over windows. One tip: to prevent a possible twisting of the structure as it is tightened and secured, alternate the tightening of each course; that is, one time tighten it clockwise and then on the next course tighten it counterclockwise.

INSTALLATION DETAILS

JOISTS

With log homes, you will set a final course and then install ceiling joists. Before installing joists, you will want to check the dimensions of the building to make sure everything is relatively square. If it is somewhat out of square, you can use a come-along to help straighten it out.
A come-along is a rachet winch which comes in handy in construction. It is a device which is attached to one section of the house by use of a metal cable. A longer cable s then fastened to another section. Using a lever and pulleys within the winch, the longer cable is slowly drawn toward the mechanism. If, for example, the framing is slightly out of square, the come-along could be attached to diagonal corners of the framing and then the structure could be slightly out of square.
If you have not had experience using it, find someone who knows how to handle it.
The center girder, if called for inthe plans, must be installed first. The girder runs at right angles to the ceiling joists and supports them usually at mid span. Sometimes the girder n_eds the support of a stud wall underneath it. Other’times, several 4×4 posts will do the job.
With the girder firmly inplace, the joists can now be added. This is a process which will probably take.sev- eral people due to the weight of the I . Thefjoists should, however, slip easily into groo With joists in place (but not yet spiked or-nailed) check for level. You will find th.at some joists are not level. Most kit manufacturers supply shims which are driven into the grooves at the end of the joist to help level it off. With joists level, and the building in square, you can secure these supports in place.
Depending on plans, more courses of logs can be installed. When joists are secured, you should lay • down several sheets of plywood and toenail them into the floor joists so that you have a safe platform on which to work.

PORCH LOGS

Depending on design, porch logs are usually in­ stalled now. Some designs have full porches with roofs while others· have decks. Porch logs installed on the vertical can be held firmly with braces.

GABLE ENDS

Gable end logs are then installed per your plans. Gable ends should never be left unbraced. They pre­ sent an easy target for the wind and could either be blown over or knocked out of alignment.

ROOF RAFTERS

Before roof rafters are set in place, the dimensions Of ttie building sho1Jld again be checked. Once you are sure of the dimensions, toenail in two rafters at a gable end and install the ridge board. The ridge board should be’braced with 2x4s to hold it level.
With most its, the ridge board will come in several sections. The ridge board butt joints should only butt where two roof rafters join- nev4:’r in the middle of a span.
The rafters should then be installed according to your plans. Start at one end of the house and continue to the other. Spike and secure rafters. Re­ member,’ any time you temporarily secure any sup­ port member, be sure to go back over it and fasten it permanently: Often in the excitment of building, something will be secureu only temporarily. This could cause major problems later after construction. is complete.

Roofing

The roof of a log cabin or log home is finished similarly to conventional roofs. Typically, this means that some form of exterior sheathing is applied and then asphalt shingles or wood shakes are applied. Wood shakes make an outstanding roofing material if you can afford them. This material weathers to an attractive color.
FILLING IN

Insulation must be applied under the roof and a vapor barrier must be installed. Insulation can also be used around windows and doors. The unit must also be caulked following kit manufacturer’s instructions. Usually, log home kit builders will leave the logs exposed on the interior. Wood, however, is not as efficient an insulation material as standard insulation. In extremely cold climates you might want to consider using insulation on inside walls and thenJJn­ ishing the wall off in either wallboard or interior
Paneling.

Log Cabin Interiors

Once the unit is weathertight, you can begin finish­ ing off the interior. Many log home builders make a big effort to finish the exterior, getting everything weathertight, then finish the inside at a more leisurely pace.
In order of importance, the interior partitions should be completed as soon as possible. Plumbing and electrical should be completed, and then kitchen and bathroom fixtures installed along with fireplace. This is a quick tour of how to build a log home. As you can see, the construction process is not difficult if you follow plans, and make sure that every course is
square and level before beginning the next one.
One final reminder: When you buy a log home kit, you get the structure. But you will need to figure in the cost of labor and other materials to get the total price. If you cost the project out and it is simply too much money, you might want to build a smaller home and then add space later on when you have more money to spend on the project.
The wonderful thing about undertaking this project is that this structure that you are building today could well stay in your family for generations and someday your grandchildren or even great grandchildren will have great summer and winter memories at the log cabin. They may not remember you, but they will surely remember what you built for them!

Selected Log Cabin Manufacturers

Alabama Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Lincoln AL 35096 (205) 763-9559 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
A and M Wood Products is a log home producer, located in: Mayport PA 16240 (814) 365-2166 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
ABC Modula Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Mifflinburg PA 17844 (570) 966-3014 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Adirondack Tall Timbers Log Homes Inc. is a log home producer, located in: Old Forge NY 13420 (315) 369-6061 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Advanced Home Building Systems Inc. is a log home producer, located in: Gratz PA 17030 (717) 365-3357 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Advanced Wood Care Authority Inc. is a log home producer, located in: Englewood CO 80110 (303) 781-4455 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Advantage Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Woodland Park CO 80863 (719) 687-0680 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Affordable Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Little Falls NY 13365 (315) 823-4291 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Alamo Area Cypress Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Floresville TX 78114 (830) 393-3419 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
All Seasons Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Huntingdon PA 16652 (814) 643-6228 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
All-American Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Carnegie PA 15106 (412) 278-3445 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Allegany Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Houghton NY 14744 (585) 567-2583 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Alpha & Omega Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Fort Collins CO 80524 (970) 221-4544 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Alpine Lumber Co. is a log home producer, located in: Denver CO 80221 (303) 458-8733 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Alpine Lumber Company is a log home producer, located in: Loveland CO 80538 (970) 669-9663 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Alpine Ridge Lincoln Logs Ltd is a log home producer, located in: Gorham NH 3581 (603) 752-4101 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Alta Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Halcottsville NY 12438 (845) 586-2582 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
America the Beautiful Dreamer is a log home producer, located in: Boise ID 83704 (208) 375-9775 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
American Frontier Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Seymour IN 47274 (812) 522-4333 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
American Heritage Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Suffield CT 6078 (860) 623-3814 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Angelica Forest Prods Inc. is a log home producer, located in: Angelica NY 14709 (585) 466-3205 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Anthony Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Arden NC 28704 (828) 687-6266 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Appalachian Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Fairfield PA 17320 (717) 642-9610 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Arkansas Oldtimer Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Clinton AR 72031 (501) 745-5750 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Backwoods Camping & Lincoln Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Monticello KY 42633 (606) 561-8096 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Barna Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Conway AR 72032 (501) 470-3131 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Cummings Building Supply is a log home producer, located in: Iuka MS 38852 (662) 427-9988 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Cummings Custom Log Cabin Kit is a log home producer, located in: Iuka MS 38852 (662) 427-9988 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Douglas is a log home producer, located in: Dunnellon FL 34432 (352) 465-3112 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Hearthstone of the Ozarks is a log home producer, located in: Bentonville AR 72712 (479) 273-0022 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Heritage Construction Inc is a log home producer, located in: Mountain Home AR 72653 (870) 492-5920 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Jim Barna Log Systems is a log home producer, located in: Somerset KY 42503 (866) 525-3564 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Mickler Log Home Construction is a log home producer, located in: Franklin NC 28734 (828) 349-4378 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Midura Building Co is a log home producer, located in: Arlington VT 5250 (802) 375-2815 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Mink Hill Timber Frame Homes Inc is a log home producer, located in: Bradford NH 3221 (603) 938-6219 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Mitchell Custom Building is a log home producer, located in: Bath NY 14810 (607) 776-2907 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Model Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Lenore ID 83541 (208) 836-5886 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Monticello Contracting Corporation is a log home producer, located in: Mansfield GA 30055 (706) 468-8910 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Moosehead Cedar Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Bristol NH 3222 (603) 744-9344 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Morey General Contracting is a log home producer, located in: Berwick PA 18603 (570) 759-2021 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Morning View Homes is a log home producer, located in: Rigby ID 83442 (208) 745-0029 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Mountain Country Realty Co Inc is a log home producer, located in: Helen GA 30545 (706) 878-3606 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Mountain Creations Inc. is a log home producer, located in: Slippery Rock PA 16057 (724) 794-5668 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Mountain Gem Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Laclede ID 83841 (208) 263-3867 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Mountain View Construction is a log home producer, located in: Pittsburg NH 3592 (603) 538-6503 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Mountaineer Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Morgantown PA 19543 (610) 286-7995 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Mountaineer Log Homes Inc is a log home producer, located in: Morgantown PA 19543 (610) 286-2005 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Mountain-Lake Log Homes Inc is a log home producer, located in: Pell City AL 35125 (205) 525-5536 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Munsey Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Lynn IN 47355 (765) 874-1060 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Nationwide Log Homes Inc is a log home producer, located in: Baldwin GA 30511 (706) 778-5455 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
New England Log Homes of the First State is a log home producer, located in: Laurel DE 19956 (302) 875-3267 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
New Horizon Log Homes of North Georgia is a log home producer, located in: Tunnel Hill GA 30755 (706) 935-3222 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
North Country Cedar Homes is a log home producer, located in: Waitsfield VT 5673 (802) 496-3534 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Northeastern Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Westfield MA 1085 (413) 562-7000 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Northeastern Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Groton VT 5046 (802) 584-3336 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Northern Lights Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Orange MA 1364 (978) 544-5647 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Northern Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Wayland MA 1778 (508) 651-0490 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Northland Wood Products is a log home producer, located in: Fairbanks AK 99701 (907) 452-4000 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Patrick Builders is a log home producer, located in: Lexington KY 40522 (859) 271-5021 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Quachita Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Hot Spgs Nationl Prk AR 71901 (501) 760-1691 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Seven North Log Homes Ltd is a log home producer, located in: New Haven VT 5472 (802) 453-7813 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Souenlovie Log Home is a log home producer, located in: Enterprise MS 39330 (601) 659-7802 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Southeast Log Home Builders Inc is a log home producer, located in: Dawsonville GA 30534 (706) 265-2764 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Southland Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Pelham AL 35124 (205) 989-8891 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Spruce Works Co. Inc. is a log home producer, located in: Nikiski AK 99635 (907) 776-3436 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Sunset Mill is a log home producer, located in: Wasilla AK 99654 (907) 376-2481 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Superior Logs is a log home producer, located in: Anchorage AK 99510 (907) 345-3323 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Suwannee River Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Lake Worth FL 33467 (561) 791-4877 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Suwannee River Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Wellborn FL 32094 (386) 963-5647 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
Sycamore Log Homes LLC is a log home producer, located in: Bedford IN 47421 (812) 279-0399 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
T C Malone Construction Co is a log home producer, located in: La Grange KY 40031 (502) 225-9286 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings. .
T J Smith and Sons Country Log Homes is a log home producer, located in: Wilmington MA 1887 (978) 658-5647 call the number listed here to learn about its various log cabin offerings.
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