Finding your perfect floor plan is easy when you know what to look for.
Take a moment to picture your dream home. Maybe a cozy cabin in the woods comes to mind. Or a lodge-style timber home with towering prow-front windows that usher in the views. Or even a Southern-style beauty with long, rambling covered porches filled with rocking chairs.
After settling into your Ward Cedar log cabin, you’ll want to set up a maintenance program that will ensure your forever home lasts a lifetime. Here’s a handy five-step list to keep you on track.
Your insider’s guide to log and timber home living, low-maintenance style
One of the most important elements when building your log home is caulking the exterior of the home. This is where you want to protect your investment by sealing the outside of your log home where Mother Nature begins.
Would you build a roof, put the shingles or metal roof on and then forget about it? These tips can help make your roof last longer.
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