Handcrafted log homes are increasing in popularity because the natural size, shape and beauty of the logs are retained. Handcrafted log homes are created using whole round logs that are worked and placed by the hands of skilled artisans. Our craftspeople are such individuals. They’ve spent years perfecting their ability to cut, fit, scribe and notch each log. Hand-crafted log homes are truly unique because the splendor of nature is an integral part of their design and construction.
Lakeland’s log homes are available in spruce, pine, fir and cedar. The logs are seasoned for one year and then hand-peeled, scribed and cut by our craftspeople. The logs are then assembled at our 40 acre log building yard. Once the building is complete, the logs are sanded to 80 grit, labeled and then disassembled for shipment.
At your building site, Lakeland’s craftspeople continue to oversee the production of your log home. They perform the set-up with the application of 2 rows of EM-seal and an expanding bed of foamspray throughout. The modified lateral groove used in the construction of our log homes provides one of the best sealed log buildings on the market today, without the use of caulking or chinking. Through rods, electrical outlets and drilling are also completed by our craftspeople. We’re with you from the very beginning to the glorious end.