Montana Log Homes

Log Homes & Log Cabins FOR SALE

Buy, Build or Remodel that Log Home?

Depending upon where you call home, spring is either right around the corner or still buried under a few feet of snow.  Regardless of how much shoveling you had to do this morning, we all know that St. Patty’s day is in just in front of us and trees budding with new leaves will follow shortly behind.  Take heart 🙂

Anyway, believing that spring will soon be part of our reality, the annual rites of fixing up the house, and starting new projects are about to begin.  I read somewhere the other day that due to this $%@}#> economy of ours, many people are redecorating and adding-on instead of buying new homes.

Even if you are one of the lucky people who are forging ahead with your dream of building a log home, the odds are that there will be many things you will want to change or add on after the crew has finished stacking your logs.

The size and nature of a project, even for us DIYers will dictate that we balance our knowledge and skill level with money and time.  Some projects are just too much for one person to accomplish.  I can build some great cabinets, but I wouldn’t attempt to set granite counters.

If you have any size project planned from fixing a railing to refinishing a basement or replacing a roof, you can get free, no obligation ‘local’ quotes from a company called “Reliable Remodeler“.

The Log Home Directory has a convenient form where you can describe and submit your project, then sit back and receive no obligation remodeling or renovation bids.  This is a huge time saver and a great way to see if that idea of yours can become reality for less money than you expect.  Learn more about the Reliable Remodeler process here.

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