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Stick-frame log walls

WALL SYSTEMS

STICK-FRAME SYSTEM...

  • 2"x6" frame
  • 3/8" O5B sheathing
  • R-20 fiberglass insulation
  • Conventional, "maintenance-free" or timber interiors and exteriors
Insulated log walls

STRUCTURAL INSULATED PANELS (S.I.P.) SYSTEM...

  • Superior poly-urethane foam insulation
  • True R-28 walls/R-44 roofs
  • 7/16" OSB skins. Quick build time
  • Fully engineered pre-manufactured kits
  • Conventional, "maintenance-free" or timber interiors and exteriors
Cedar log walls

"SELECT" CEDAR LOG WALL SYSTEM...

  • Premium, old-growth western red cedar from British Columbia
  • 4" x 8" double tongue & groove logs
  • Saddle notch corners
  • Hidden splicing system
  • Stainless steel hardware
  • Thru-bolts.
  • Fully engineered system
D-styled log walls

"D" STYLE LOG WALL SYSTEM...

  • Younger-growth western red cedar, fir, or pine logs
  • 6" x 8" double tongue & groove logs
  • "D" profile log. •Saddle notch corners
  • Finger joint splicing system.
  • Thru-bolts
Laminated log walls

LAMINATED LOG SYSTEM...

  • Spruce, pine, or fir laminated log
  • 5" x 9" double tongue & groove logs
  • Dovetail corner detail
  • Finger joint splicing for length
  • Thru-bolts
  • Fully engineered system
  • Zero settlement or shrinkage
Swedish Cope walls

SWEDISH COPE LOG WALL SYSTEM...

  • Lodgepole Pine & White Spruce
  • 8", 10", or 12" diameter
  • Fully milled Swedish cope
  • Saddle notch corner detail
  • Thru-bolts
  • Butt spliced for length.
Hand hewn log walls

HAND HEWN LOG WALL SYSTEM...

  • Large diameter Pine, Spruce, Fir, or Cedar.
  • Select timber.
  • Fully scribed, handcrafted logs with saddle corners.
  • Thru-bolts.
  • Fully engineered system.
Timber-frame walls

TIMBER-FRAME SYSTEM...

  • Large square Douglas Fir timber posts, & beams.
  • Age-old timber-framing techniques.
  • "Nail-less" mortise & tenon joinery.
  • S.I.P. foam insulation panels wrap the timber frame.
  • Conventional, "maintenance-free", or timber interiors and exteriors.

ROOFING SYSTEMS

Roofing systems

Many options exist when it comes to your choice of roof systems. Many people like the "open-beam" look in their timber home. We can do one or a combination of the styles pictured to the right.