Our House Log

We believe we have the best house logs on the market and take extreme care in producing them.

When logs dry, it is necessary for the core of the log to dry as well as the outside. Normally, when this happens, the logs check (crack). To control this checking, our logs are given a special 'kerf' cut which allows the core to dry at the same rate as the shell. The result? Very little checking and virtually no shrinkage.

The logs are then set out in the yard to season for no less than 6 months, and afterward are kiln-dried in our state-of-the-art Nyle dry kilns to a moisture content of less than 15 percent; this reduces shrinkage problems after the logs are assembled into a log home. After drying, the logs are then sorted and flattened on the bottom
side, after which they are sent through the planer and squared so that you get a true, square log. After being
squared, the logs are then run through for the final planing and profiling. As you can see, each log is handled a minimum of 7 times, assuring you a straight, premium log.

Also, in order to conserve the natural house log look, we provide a foam filler that can be applied

to the kerf cuts in all the logs. An average-sized log home can be filled in approximately 1 1/2 hours. After the foam is applied, most people can't tell that there was ever a cut in the log.

6x8 Double
Tongue and Groove D-Logs

8x8 Single
Tongue and Groove D-Logs

8x8 Double Round Single
Tongue and Groove Logs

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