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Longtime homeowners say log and timber homes offer rich rewards over their neighbors’ stick and brick homes.

The benefits start with the building materials.

Log Cabin

Trees are Renewable Resources

Log and timber homes come with a strong sustainable background due to the fact that trees are a renewable resource. The carbon contained in the logs used to construct these homes is removed from the environment. Some log and timber producers harvest standing dead timber or buy logs from certified sustainable forests, and some builders are constructing these homes to green building standards.

Long Lasting

To prove the durability of log and timber homes, there are examples in Europe that have been in use for over 800 years and one log-constructed church in Russia that is over 1,700 years old.

Excellent Ability to Withstand Storms 

Log and timber homes have withstood some of the worst weather, including Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. There is even an example of a log and timber home in Eastern Texas where the solid log walls held up against a giant oak tree crashing through the roof. 

Log Home Fit the Land

These organic building materials integrate into the landscape rather than being imposed on it.

Fast Framing

The shell of a home can be set up on-site faster than conventional stick framing, decreasing the risk of weather-related damage or mold and mildew.

Warmth of Wood

Wood has a natural property called “thermal mass,” which keeps inside temperatures of homes consistent in all seasons by collecting and storing energy.

Super Energy Efficient

Log and timber homes can be built to meet the DOE’s “Energy Star” standards, making them up to 20 percent more energy efficient than conventional homes.


Modular Log Cabin

Fits Perfectly with Nature

Modular Log Cabin

Modern Floor Plans

Modular Log Cabin - Interior

Beautiful Interiors

Our blog specializes in finding excellent and valuable content on modular homes and log cabins. Below is a short sample. You can read more by visiting our blog.

A New Cozy Cabin

A New Cozy Cabin

Curated from The Carriage ShedWe love the open floor plan!The article introduces a new cozy cabin style called The Alpine. The Carriage Shed is a family-owned business located in White River Junction, Vermont. It offers a wide variety of structures, including barns,...

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Cozy Cabins Video Tour

Cozy Cabins Video Tour

This video show scenes of modular log homes from Cozy Cabins in Maine, New York, and Pennsylvania.

One scene that really stands out is the stone fireplace and exposed chminey set into a wall of windows.

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Custom Modular Log Homes

Custom Modular Log Homes

When shopping for a modular home, whether a more traditional style or a log home, you will often coordinate your home purchase through a licensed retailer with the home manufacturer. Therefore, the selection of the manufacturer is one of the most important steps in the process.

Remember that most of the home’s construction will be completed inside the manufacturer’s facility. As much as 90 percent of the construction of your home will have been completed by the time your home shows up at your building site.

This website will provide you with insights and advice on design and also provide advice on modular home builders.