Designed for Easy Living

For a low-maintenance-design imperative, just look up. Proper roof design can extend the life of your logs. Excessive moisture and UV rays are a log wall’s enemy and by designing your home to combat them for you will make your ongoing maintenance much easier. Again, climate conditions play a huge role, but no matter if you’re protecting your walls from sun or snow, designing eaves that are at least two to four feet deep (you may want to go as deep as eight feet in some regions) will help keep the elements from direct contact with your exterior logs.

An added bonus? You’ll have a charming porch to extend your living area outdoors.



10 Most Common Planning Mistakes

Read about planning your home around wants rather than needs, falling in love with a particular plan prior to owning the land, how hallways (too few or too many) can make a difference, believing all square footage costs are the same and so much more.



We will be at the Atlanta Log & Timber Home Show


Come by and visit us at BOOTH 819 Friday and Saturday March 4-5th at the beautiful Infinite Energy Center (formerly the Gwinnett Center) 20 miles northeast of Atlanta, Georgia. Show . Show hours are:•Friday 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm
•Saturday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Dreaming of a log or timber home? The Log Home & Timber Home Show is the premier marketplace for those seeking log or timber home packages, finishing materials, furniture, lighting, financing and more!

The Appalachian Log Home gang will be in full force at the show. Bring your floorplans, your notebook of ideas, or just bring yourself and get ready to be inspired at the show.

We will be giving away 20 tickets ($15.00 value a ticket) so give us a call @ 1-800-726-0708 to reserve yours.

See you there!