North Carolina Log Home & Log Cabin Companies
Riverbend Timber Framing | North Carolina Riverbend specializes in designing and building traditional timber frame structures throughout the United States and beyond. Whether you plan to build in the forests outside Raleigh or the coastal lands of Wilmington, let us take you through the process of building your home.
It is not a question of which style is better, as much as it is a matter of personal taste (and budget). Typically, handcrafted log homes are more expensive than milled (round) log homes but the look of handcrafted custom log homes (see examples) is distinctive and demand has been increasing. To find out what you should look for from a handcrafter, begin with their portfolio of completed homes. If you discover a style and floor plan that you like, you can begin to discuss ideas with their architects.
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North Carolina log cabin info
North Carolina has a rich heritage that includes log cabins built by early settlers. As an example, Robert Cleveland moved from Virginia about 1775 to what is now Wilkes County, NC and built a log cabin for his growing family. The Robert Cleveland log home is believed to be the oldest house in Wilkes County. More…
The “Tar Heel State” official motto is “Esse quam videri”, First in Flight.
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North Carolina Zip Codes 27006 <= X <= 28909