How to Get Started

How to Get Started

How to get started with Custom Timber Log Homes couldn’t be easier!

Getting started with us here at Custom Timber Log Homes is as easy as can be. We have two systems for log home sales and construction. Getting started can be as simple as a phone call or email. Give us a shout!

Steps for buying a Log Home Package: (No Construction Included):

  • After paying a small deposit, the next step is to choose a floor plan or have one created for you at no additional charge.
  • Any modifications to the floor plan with revisions will be completed. This is where we make the home truly yours and to help with site conditions.
  • Once this is completed, pricing from our company for the log home package and any other requested materials will be made.
  • We need a log home deposit upon approval of the log home contract. The deposit gets the logs to the milling area and secures your place in the queue.
  • Materials are loaded and delivered to the customers build address. Payment for the log home package must be completed before we can unload your package.
  • Windows and Doors are typically shipped at a later date, but we can send them all at the same time as needed.

Getting Started with a Log Home Turn-Key Build: (All Construction IS included)

  • The steps above are completed as before:
  • The signed construction contract is drafted and approved, and signed
  • Sit back and relax. We will let you know what you need to do and when you need to do it.
  • All items from permitting through turn-key home build are completed, and we will do a final walk-through together with the customer to catch any last-minute modifications or any needed adjustments.
  • Click here to give us an idea of what you are interested in. Check out our blog for more information.

About the Author: 

Chris Sparks is an architectural designer specializing in residential log and timber homes. Practically growing up on job sites, he has been around construction and on sites since the age of seven (shhh! don’t tell OSHA, it was okay back then). After graduating from the University of Tennessee, he began putting his construction knowledge and love of computers to use in the field of computer-aided design. Chris specializes in ArchiCAD. Chris lives in the Knoxville, TN area with his two children.