Log Homes

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We believe that a home nestled amongst the beauty of nature should reflect its surroundings. What better way to connect your house to its environment than to build an authentic log home? Warm wood tones and organic textures not only blend into your landscape, they calm your senses and relax your soul. What kind of log home is right for you? Read below to find out.

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Not all log homes are created the same. Some are cut by hand (using a chainsaw or the like) while others are milled by computer controlled machines to exact dimensions. Deciding which is right for you will depend on your budget, timeline and aesthetic preference. Handcrafted log homes use larger-diameter logs that retain their hand-scraped texture while milled log walls are uniform. Milled log walls can be cut in a variety of profiles including square and round. The dedicated labor involved in creating a handcrafted log home means that they cost more per square foot than a milled log home will. A milled log home can also be produced more quickly.

Handcrafted Log Homes

Milled Log Homes

Not all log homes look the same either. Log homes can be designed in a wide variety of styles, including craftsman, modern, chalet and rustic lodge. Explore our photo gallery of past projects to see what is possible. You can sort by milled log or handcrafted log home construction methods. As you will see, the type of logs used can have a direct impact on the final look of the home.

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Any of the plans in our floor plan gallery can be redrawn as either handcrafted or milled log homes. Browse the gallery to get ideas of what is possible and contact us if you have any specific questions. Each of our homes are custom, which means you can change a lot or a little, in order to achieve your dream home plan. In order to give you a general idea of what it will cost to build each of the plans as they were originally drawn, at the top of each page we provide the estimated turnkey cost to build.

Log Home Floor Plans

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