The shell of your house from Ward Cedar Log Homes is complete, and now it’s time to make it a home by filling it with the finishes and features that show off your signature style and create a welcoming atmosphere
With your home’s framing finished, your build is really beginning to take shape. Once upon a time, back in those log-cabin-in-the-woods days, your home would be complete. But there are still some essential steps that are needed to bring your home firmly into the world of modern comforts — namely, the installation of your home’s mechanical systems.
This important phase of construction is referred to as the rough-in stage and involves three key systems: HVAC, plumbing, and electrical. Here are some key points to keep in mind through this stage of construction:
With your site prepped and your foundation ready to go, a new home is in your near future. It’s during this next phase of construction — erecting the home — that things really begin to take shape. Come along with us as we walk you through the next step of taking your home from dream to done.
With your site prepped, you’re ready to break ground on your new log cabin or timber home. You’ve gone from planning (….and planning and planning) to making some serious strides towards your new home. With the design process behind you, what can you expect during this next phase? We’re here to clue you in with our second installation in our six-part, step-by-step guide to building.
The wood interiors of a log or timber home offers endless appeal. Often, their beauty is paralleled only by the scenery surrounding them. Feeling immersed in nature while still being surrounded by the comforts of home is what log home living is all about, and that’s why Ward Cedar Log Homes offer plenty of plans that make indoor-outdoor living effortless.
Check out these three plans with great indoor-outdoor connections, from generous porches and covered decks to second-story balconies:
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