Knowing how to keep your log cabin warm is the first thing to learn before moving in. Here’s everything you need to know about log cabin heating. Loghouse cabins can make beautiful extensions to your home. Add an elegant garden log cabin or a Read More
There is much debate surrounding which logs to use to build a log cabin, from the species of tree that you choose, to whether you should use dead standing or green logs, kiln or air-dried logs. Freshly cut trees have high moisture content, Read More
Whether you live in a conventional, log, or timber frame home — an important aspect of owning and caring for your home is maintaining proper humidity levels. This is true all year long but especially during the winter months when heat from Read More
When the beautiful snow of the winter season arrives, there’s no place more picturesque than a cozy cabin home in the mountains. Mountain cabins provide beautiful scenery and solitude, but they can also be a tad drafty and cold. Utilize these four Read More
Many homeowners will not schedule heating repair service until the heater completely stops working. As long as heat continues to filter through the air vents, they will continue to use the heater as a primary source of heat throughout the winter. However, Read More
Stormy weather can even occur in the summer months and sometimes results in heavy rainfall, high winds and thunder and lightning. To keep your home protected when a summer storm strikes, it’s important to take the proper precautions and perform any necessary Read More
Whether you want to escape to the country when the 9-5 life gets too much, need a holiday retreat in the middle of the woods, or want to prepare a bug-out shelter for if sh-t hits the fan, then a log cabin Read More
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