The Cabin Fever Is A Gorgeous Log Cabin With a Walkout Basement
The Cabin Fever is a three bedroom, 2.5 baths, 2,244 heated square foot log house. This wood cabin combines top kitchen appliances and light treatments with everything that you love about wood cabins and log house designs. The Cabin Fever has a custom gas fireplace accent wall and rustic mantle, with wood throughout. The Cabin Fever log house design is also built with a walkout basement which is extremely rare in the state of North Carolina. You will want to take a look at the Cabin Fever log house and see for yourself what this wood cabin has to offer.
The Cabin Fever is built by Quality Log Homes Builders, and they use a wide range of logs and building materials when they build log homes and log cabins in North Carolina, Virginia, and the Eastern United States. They will work with you to determine which building materials and log types to use to ensure you get your dream log house. Structural building materials may be milled from yellow pine or spruce, but they typically build their log houses using Eastern White Pine logs. Some of their most commonly used products include Eastern White Pine Engineered Logs, Eastern White Pine Kiln-Dried Logs, Eastern White Pine Log Siding and Eastern White Pine Tongue and Groove. When making decisions about log house and wood cabin building materials, you want to make sure you take a look at their packages. Whether you need only logs or all of the components for a turnkey log house or wood cabin, you are sure to find the building products you need at the very best prices.
The Eastern White Pine engineered logs with Quality Log Home Builders are also known as laminated logs, and these logs have been designed to virtually eliminate any of the problems normally associated with traditional log house and wood cabin construction. Even the best traditional logs can twist, shrink and crack. Engineered laminated logs, on the other hand, are milled from uniform dry wood that is pre-shrunk essentially. The look of a laminated log is the same as the look of a traditional log, minus the cracks. They recommend that the laminate logs on all their log houses and wood cabins to decrease the maintenance costs and keep your log house looking great for decades. To compare, Eastern White Pine Kiln dried logs, appeal to people who prefer a more rustic appearance of log house and see the natural tendency for logs to check and crack as part of the character of the logs. Although the log maintenance costs can be higher than with that of laminated logs, these logs cost less than that of laminated logs. The logs from Quality Log Homes are the best money can buy. The logs are TPI (Timber Products Inspection) certified and are kiln-dried to help reduce the moisture content as much as possible. Other log house builders in North Carolina and Virginia tend to use that of only air-dried logs because it is cheaper for them. The Eastern White Pine Tongue and Groove can be matched up with the logs. The tongue and groove are used on the interior of the log house on the ceilings and walls to help create the same look of the logs throughout. Quality Log Home Builders also uses the tongue and groove for the exterior soffit and for the porch ceilings that come standard with their dry-in packages, unlike competitors that only use plywood.
You will find the Cabin Fever log house design on the Quality Log Home Builders site. On the site, you will find a variety of log house plans, wood cabins, cabin building and more. **
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