Building Your New Log Cabin
Log Home Green Building
- Going Green with your Log Home Dream
Green building practices are the wave of the future. This article discusses the green build, sustainable products and techniques utilized in log home construction. By Dennis and Anne-Marie Anderson.
- Todays Log Homes Go Green
A great article focusing on the 10 ways to save energy and “green” your log home. By the National Association of Home Builders.
Log Home Heating, Cooling, Energy Performance and R-Values
- The Energy Performance of Log Homes
This informative article by the National Association of Home Builders documents and explains the energy efficiency and thermal mass benefits of log homes.
Log Home Finishes, Treatments, Staining and Chinking
Using Beetle Kill Products and Blue Stain Pine for Building Log Cabins
Fire Resistance of Log Homes
Additional Log Home Information
- Local “Green” Log Home Company Receives National Honor
This article discusses the induction of Jeremiah Johnson Log Homes into the National Home Builder’s Association Log Home’s Council. We are only the third log home company in Colorado ever to be invited into this prestigious organization. Why choose anyone else?
- Appraising Log Homes
An overview of the log home industry and log home appraisals by the Log Home’s
- A Glossary of Log Building Terms
This is a wonderful guide to use when reviewing your log package, kit and builder estimates and proposals.
Six Simple Steps To Your New Log Home
Determine Your Budget
How to Choose a Log Friendly Lender
Design Your Dream Home
Pick A Log Home Producer
Choose A Builder
Other Feature Stories in Our Buyer’s Guide
Introduction to the Buyer’s Guide
Log Home Industry Basics
From Dream to Reality
Different Paths to Homeownership
Why Are Log Homes Simply Better?
Insuring Your Dream Home
6 Questions to Ask Builder/Dealers
12 Tips to Organize Your Finances
How To Sell Your Current Home
Sorting Out Log Profiles & Corner Styles
8 Ways to Reduce Costs in Construction
Federal 120-Day Deadlines on Appraisals
8 Simple Ways to Save Energy
Today’s Log Homes Meet ‘Green’ Guidelines