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Log Cabin Porch and Deck Designs

Log Cabin Porch and Deck Designs

When it comes to building your log cabin, an outdoor living space can really add a lot of dimension and living square footage to your home. What’s the difference and what can be done with them? Porches and Decks vs Patios The main difference between a porch and a deck...
Do Log Cabins Need Insulation?

Do Log Cabins Need Insulation?

Regardless of the season, it’s important for your home to be well insulated. However, every log cabin is different depending on the type of wood and materials used. There are many different ways a timber home could be insulated. The Natural Logs Often, the wood that...
Are Log Cabins Prone to Fire?

Are Log Cabins Prone to Fire?

Many believe that because log cabins are made of wood that they are prone to fires. However, this is not the case. In fact, log homes are far safer than many standard types of house frames. What makes them more safe? Why are Log Homes safer than traditional frame...
3 Tips for Picking the Right Floor Plan

3 Tips for Picking the Right Floor Plan

There seems to be an endless sea of choices to make when building your own home. Which floor plan to choose is one of the most important of those choices. Why are you building? What do you need in the house? Which layout would work best for you, your family, and/or...
4 Things to Consider When Building a Staircase in Your Log Home

4 Things to Consider When Building a Staircase in Your Log Home

A well designed staircase can do wonders for your home, yet may be detrimental if not installed correctly. What types of things should be considered before installing or remodeling your home’s stairs? 1 – Function and Traffic Flow How your stairs will function...
Going Off-Grid with Small Cabin Kits

Going Off-Grid with Small Cabin Kits

Whether you’re wanting to live a minimalist lifestyle, want a second home deep in nature, or need sporadic hunting cabins for comfort during hunting season, building a tiny cabin is a great way to go off-grid and connect with nature. Why should you build a small...

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