Cascade Handcrafted Log Homes are built the beautiful 4 bedroom home with an attached full log garage and a large covered patio at the log yard in Chilliwack and now resides in Nevada.
Log home heating efficiency compared to a conventionally built home. Today’s goals for “net-zero by 2050” are an extremely important move by Governments across the nations to reduce the threat of climate change. This includes non carbon, or low footprint buildings that have a high level of energy efficiency. Handcrafted log home walls have comparable…
We’re getting set to build this gorgeous Western Red Cedar hybrid home for a wonderful family in New Jersey. Thanks to the RCM CAD design team in creating this unique plan.
Whether you’re looking to build a country cottage, retirement getaway, your dream home, or a commercial venture such as a hunting lodge or luxury retreat center, Cascade Handcrafted Log Homes will work with you to build eco-friendly, energy efficient log homes that will stand beautiful and strong for generations.
Traditional handcrafted log homes and cabins don’t have per-fabricated insulation in the walls like a standard built home, because the logs ARE the insulation.
Today we are having a Q & A with Jenkins Painting, LLC in Idaho, a highly skilled certified professional with extensive knowledge and experience in log home maintenance and failed wood coatings.
Trick or Treaters are coming soon! Here’s some great ideas on how to make a stunning rustic Halloween display at your house. Rustic décor is always very cozy and enjoyable, and kind of relaxing in that there is no perfection expectations when it comes to rustic. The rougher it looks, the better. What is rustic…
A log home gets cozier with age, and this one is still a youngster at 25+ years old and is really the depiction of what a log home should be.
A trapper cabin is most known for the fur trade, a trapline is a route along which a trapper sets traps. The cabins are a cultural icon of fur regions, and later used for some Gold miners who were in need of a place to rest over night.
Our preferred and most popular timber with clients is the stunning Western Redcedar. The latin name Thuja plicata, is commonly called Western or Pacific redcedar, giant or western arborvitae, giant cedar, or shinglewood, is a species of Thuja, an evergreen coniferous tree in the cypress family Cupressaceae native to western North America.