Post and Beam log homes are a popular building type that uses a number of vertical “posts” that support the roof’s weight via horizontal “beams.” The remaining walls are built with skillfully handcrafted logs that fit together once the house’s frame is in place.
If you’re considering getting your own custom log cabin built, you’re at the best place! Cascade Handcrafted Log & Timber Frame Homes gives you the option to choose a stock plan and customize it to your requirements, or design your own and have those plans professionally developed.
Small log cabins are the embodiment of an escape paradise and are gaining more and more recognition. Although they are small and cozy, they sure can be comfortable, and meet all of your requirements as a vacation home or guest house.
When you are building a log home, one major decision is what type of logs to use. If you want your log home to have a uniqueness with a natural, cozy log look, then Western Red-cedar is the type of log you’d choose.
We had the opportunity to build this gem for a great couple up in the mountains of Alpine, Arizona. We built the log shell at our log yard in Rosedale, British Columbia and then drove to the build location with the logging truck for reassembly. The log shell is ready to be finished off by the client’s choice of a local builder.
Cozy Log Cabins and Log Homes There’s something about owning a cozy log cabin in the woods that creates an escape from the rat race of day to day living. The aroma of the logs, the fresh mountain air, and most of all the serenity of nature. It brings you back to your inner self,…
Here are a few pictures of the Cascade Handcrafted Team working on the LateWood project for New Jersey, we are currently washing the logs and locking in the first course.
This uniquely stunning home was built for an equally unique family in Wyoming, it was built using 15-17- 20″ average Western Red Cedar with a “Latewood Finish”. The Latewood finish is very much different than the traditional drawknife finish that most everyone associates log homes with. Latewood refers to the winter growth of the tree…