Your log home needs regular maintenance and occasional tune-ups to stay in tip-top shape. Fortunately, you can complete most of the following tasks yourself by following this season-by-season guide of indoor and outdoor maintenance.
Sometimes, the surface of a log looks OK, but there’s rot lurking within. Once logs have decayed to this extent, the only way to fix them (other than pricey replacement) is to hollow it out and fill the cavity with an epoxy filler. If you’ve found yourself with this predicament, here’s how to tackle it.