Log Homes from 3,000 to 4,000 Sq Ft

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3,000 to 4,000 Sq. Ft.’

These are some of our most popular log and timber homes in our stock plan section. These homes have a wide variety of uses, from daily living cabins to fancy vacation retreats.  If you see something you like, but not exactly what you are looking for, our design team can come up with a custom creation just for you.

Log Home Plans Under 3,000 to 4,000 Sq Ft.:

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Getting Started

Steps in The Process – Getting Started (…more detail)

Here at Custom Timber Log Homes, 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 a Log Home Package Only (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.
  • Modifications to floor plan with revisions completed.  This is where we make the home truly yours and to help with site conditions.
  • Pricing from our company for the log home package and any other requested materials.
  • Upon approval of the log home contract, we need a log home deposit.  This 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 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.

Steps for a Log Home Turn-Key Build:

  • Steps above are completed as before:
  • 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.
By |September 5th, 2017|Categories: Builders Corner Blog, Log Home Learning, Log Home Construction|0 Comments

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