Frontier Log Homes

Building quality, handcrafted, log homes since 1977. Serving homeowners, contractors, and architects nationwide.

Small & Large Log Cabin Kits

Our Goal

Frontier Log Homes goal is to provide our clients with the highest quality, authentic handcrafted log home.

Partner with Frontier Log Homes to Build Your Dream Home

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Floor Plans

[1500 Square Feet and Under]

Floor Plans

[1500-2500 Square Feet]

Floor Plans

[2500-3500 Square Feet]

Floor Plans

[3500+ Square Feet]

Here are the Services We Offer

Turn-key

In a turn-key project, Frontier Log Homes will be your general contractor managing all phases of construction from excavation to the final walk through.

Dry-in

On a dry-in project, Frontier Log Homes provides the log kit erected on your site along with roof framing, exterior doors and windows, exterior chinking and staining, log door and window bucks, log stairs and log railing. Then your local contractor finishes the project.

Log Cabin Kits

Our log cabin kit includes all structural logs, handcrafted in our yard, then delivered and erected on your building site. You or your general contractor will need to prepare your building site, foundation, and subfloor prior to the log kit erection. Completion of the home is then your responsibility.

Hybrid

Frame construction with log accents.

In a hybrid log home, we add log components to a conventionally framed home. This could include accents such as logs in the roof, beams, rafters, posts, door and window bucks, log stairs, railings, log siding, mantles, etc. Adding logs to a framed home creates a rustic contrast of materials and textures that add warmth and character to your home.

Log Cabin Kits

Our log cabin kit includes all structural logs, handcrafted in our yard, then delivered and erected on your building site. You or your general contractor will need to prepare your building site, foundation, and subfloor prior to the log kit erection. Completion of the home is then your responsibility.

Hybrid

Frame construction with log accents.

In a hybrid log home, we add log components to a conventionally framed home. This could include accents such as logs in the roof, beams, rafters, posts, door and window bucks, log stairs, railings, log siding, mantles, etc. Adding logs to a framed home creates a rustic contrast of materials and textures that add warmth and character to your home.

“These guys are true professionals, with great attention to detail and high quality. They were friendly and responsive to change requests, kept us in the loop and made a challenging work site look easy. I would work with them again in a heartbeat. Project was a one thousand square foot dovetail hand-hewn cabin.” Hawk G.

“Frontier Log Homes completed our retirement home several months ago. After reading numerous warnings about the travails of working with a contractor to build your own home, we completed what we perceived to be adequate due diligence and began to work with the folks at Frontier Log Homes. We built the home from afar, as we were still living almost 800 miles away and tasked the folks at Frontier with completing our turnkey construction. They were with us every step of the way. Communication was always excellent, they crafted our house plans to meet our desires and our budget, and all the suggestions they made were perfect. We stayed within our financial means and they finished ahead of schedule! The final punch list at the end of construction was less than a page long and they quickly addressed all our concerns, to our total satisfaction. If you are anywhere remotely near Montrose, CO have these folks build your home, you won’t be sorry!” Rick J.

“Wes Browning was the Frontier Log Homes Superintendent on the construction of our log home in Aspen Colorado. Completion in May 2000 was ahead of schedule and under budget. The home was featured in Log Home Living, January 2004 issue, on the cover and with a full article and photos. The Home has aged beautifully and one of Aspen’s most prominent custom home builders was in the house at a small gathering on January 03, 2017 and said that he had never seen such high quality fit and finish in a log home before. We have at least one person knock on the door each year or so and beg us to sell them the house. It is not for sale. I cannot recommend Frontier and Wes highly enough. The entire Frontier organization has become like Family to us over the years. Great people and really knowledgeable.” Michael K.

“Working with Frontier was a great pleasure. They were professional at all times and did exactly what they said they would do and did it on time. Our log home is very remote and they had no problems accessing the site and building the home.” Ti H.

Common Questions

How Long Will it Take?
Regardless of which construction plan you choose, you can be confident that Frontier Log Homes is dedicated to the success of your project from beginning to end. Our customer service provides ongoing support by phone or email for your construction project so that you can meet your deadlines.

Learn more about the cabin kit process.

How Does My Log Cabin Kit Get Assembled?
Our process includes handcrafting your log home in our yard in Montrose, Colorado to make sure everything fits perfectly. Then we transport the home to your job site. The experienced crew at Frontier Log Homes can reassemble your home in just a few days rather than a few weeks that a homeowner by himself might take.
What Is Your Quality Guarantee?
Quality is guaranteed: The quality of workmanship and materials (logs) in a Frontier Log Homes cabin kit is guaranteed. All our logs meet or exceed the standards of Timber Products Inspection of which we are a long-term member.
What Makes The Quality of Your Kits Different Than Others?
We use only dry standing dead trees of the highest quality available. Since 1977 our log crafters have had many years of experience during which time their skills have been honed to the highest degree of quality. Our knowledge of log construction is unsurpassed.

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Featured on the cover of Log Home Living Magazine.

This beautiful log home in Aspen, Colorado is the dream vacation home of Annie and Michael Katz and started as a sketch made while sitting at the kitchen table. The design of this three-bedroom cabin pays special attention to how natural light washes through the home.

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