Protect your log home forever from its outdoor enemies - moisture, sunlight and insects.
Check for signs of damage to your wood home's exterior before the cold weather begins to set in.
Take your log home from grunge to glory in 4 steps. Four circumstances dictate when stripping is necessary: When there is any type of film or coating on the wood, when there’s a build up of old finishes, when there is any area of the house where the old finish is peeling or cracking, and when there is a glossy finish on the house. If, however, the house has had penetrating finishes applied to it, or it has never had anything applied to it or if a gentle breeze blows bits of the finish away, you can skip the stripping process and pressure-wash instead.
Which stain is right for you? Start with this free download to find out.
This free infographic answers many of the basic questions people have about log homes today.
4 home-improvement tools to consider adding to your tool box for maintenance projects
Caulking and chinking are among the final products that go into a log home. And they’re among the most important. They not only seal air leaks and keep out rain, they help protect the home from uninvited guests, including insects and decay.
But caulking and chinking will only work well if you choose products that are […]
Fall is a great time to take inventory of how well your logs (along with the rest of your home's shell) are doing. Here are 7 tips to get you started.