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How’s that Log Home Research Going?

Hey, we’ve all done it.  Maybe it was that classic ’67 Camaro or that antique Queen Ann Highboy, or just that riding lawn mower you wanted to buy, but you researched it to the point that you knew more than most experts.

If you talk to many log home manufacturers, they’ll tell you that the buying cycle for a log home ranges from two to thirty years.  For most people planning to build a log home in the future, the delay isn’t due to ‘needing to be sold’ on the idea. Typically, it has more to do with saving the money necessary to build, waiting on retirement or for your current home to sell.

Regardless of your reason, the research phase is necessary and a fun part of the process.  Gathering ideas, looking at log home floor plans, choosing log styles and all the other things that go into a log home make for an enjoyable experience.

As you most likely know, log homes offer a ‘green building’ solution as their primary component is a sustainable and renewable resource that requires minimal manufacturing energy.  In keeping with that lofty goal of eco-friendly research, I would encourage you to make use of the hundreds and hundreds of pages of log home information provided on the Log Home Directory.

If this is your first visit to this website, you will be pleased to learn that we have over 100 of the most popular log home and log cabin floor plans for you to study.  The industry’s top manufacturers offer their 10 most popular floor plans for your review, and I can guarantee that this is more rewarding than sifting through hundreds of sites looking at plans until your eyes cross.

So, if you’re researching floor plans, looking for a builder or just educating yourself on the log home industry, you won’t find a more eco-friendly resource than this website.  So enjoy the process, learn what you need to make an informed decision and get busy firming up your plans for that dream home you’ve been thinking about for all those years.

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