You’ve settled on the choice to build a log home or hybrid. The following stage you take is one of the most significant, comparing log home companies. More often than not, a log home producer is chosen on a price that you may see on a website and not founded on the quality or features.
The idea of owning a log home may come to you after visiting a display at a home show, or regional fair. Folks sometimes drive by a log home on their commute and become curious, so they ring the doorbell to find out how they can get a log home of their own. The homeowners are usually so enthusiastic they invite them in for tea!
You’ve purchased your land, your design includes all the features you’ve ever wanted and now, you can’t wait to start construction of your Ward Cedar Log Home.
But where will your home go on your land?
Everyone loves the open space kitchen-dining-greatroom concept for their dream home. In addition.
An open layout is, of course, wonderful for informal barbecues and family gatherings. But doing homework, reading, cooking, playing video games and watching TV in one big open area may be more togetherness than you want.
To balance the open space with the need for privacy, Ward Cedar Log Homes went to top Boston interior designer Kristen Fitts for advice.
Designing a log home to allow the incorporation of ADA Compliance does not have to be difficult if planned beforehand. It can be easily done with new construction.
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