Log Cabin Kit Homes

Log Homes Built
From Log Home Kits

Log cabin kit homes are simply log homes built from log cabin kits that contain the materials needed to build the log house.

Log Home kits vary from company to company, and in the materials that are included, so be sure you know what you are getting when you purchase one. Unlike years ago, when a home builder just went into the woods and chopped down trees for his log cabin, we now order shaped logs that have been kiln dried (the best companies do this), from a log home company.

Log cabins and homes today don’t have the huge air leaks of yesteryear.

And the factory pre-cut logs in log cabin home kits, fit together much better than the rough logs taken right from the woods.

Log cabin kit homes arrive at your home site, on a big truck

Your log cabin home kit will arrive on large trucks.


Log Home Kits
Building Log Homes

Because the logs for your new log home are already shaped and uniform in size, you get a better product than you would have, years ago.

Precision cutting ensures that your logs fit together, and some companies even ship logs that are “numbered” so that each log can go exactly where it is supposed to go.

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