Log Home Building Process


Our “Logsmiths” revive an early building art.

The photographs on this page illustrate the wide range of skills that are required to build a log home of lasting quality plus the final building erected on the customer’s property. Some of the pictures expand to show more detail.

                   

1. Placing a log in place for scribing.
2. Logs being peeled by hand with a traditional draw knife.
3. Finishing a custom ordered log “archway”.
4. Grinding “wedge” notch.
5. Hand finishing “wedge” notch for final tight fit.
6. Cutting grove along scribe line, for precise fitting of logs. Groove will be packed with insulation before final placement of log on wall.
7. Shrinkage allowance for interior frame walls is provided with screw jack for adjustment.
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8. Detail photo shows tight-fitting “wedge” notch at 90-degree corner and “key-way” cut for door.
9. Grooves are cut in log walls to receive interior partition finishing materials.
10. Detail photo shows close fitting of upper log floor joists.
11. Trailer in place ready for loading of finished house.
12. Erecting home on site with truck crane.
13. Log shell erected, ready for roof structure. At this point your local contractor would take over to complete the log home.

 

 

            

 

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