Log Home Companies, Products & Real Estate
Owning a dream log home has many facets: From finding the perfect location; to researching log home manufacturers, dealers and builders; to decorating and maintaining it. Browse our directory of log home companies and suppliers achieve the home of your dreams.
Hydro-Sil is a self-contained hydronic individual room heating system that can save you hundreds of dollars in home heating costs when replacing old and inefficient ways of heating. It has saved some families up to 50% on their heating bills in one winter.
I Wood Care
I Wood Care has been supplying log home maintenance products to consumers and contractors since 1994. Our knowledgeable staff can answer questions about repair and maintenance of older log homes and proper cleaning and finishing of new homes. Call for an information packet or help with your log home maintenance questions.
Innerglass Window Systems
The Innerglass Window is a glass Interior Storm Window for energy conservation & soundproofing that maintains the integrity and beauty of your historic windows. They are a real breakthrough in the affordable upgrading of homes and buildings to modern standards of energy efficiency and comfort.
The Insulspan Structural Insulating Panel System out-performs traditional stick-framed construction and competing SIP systems by creating a super-tight building envelope that keeps conditioned air in and airborne pollutants out.
International Homes of Cedar Inc.
International Homes of Cedar is in its fifth decade of providing the finest custom homes and commercial structures around the world.
Iron Studio, The
As with all artists, what leaves the studio is a signed, one of a kind hand forged commissioned piece.
Jeld-Wen Windows and Doors
JELD-WEN is a comprehensive source for reliable wood, vinyl and aluminum windows and patio doors, wood and molded wood fiber interior doors, wood, steel, fiberglass exterior doors and garage doors.
Jim Barna Log & Timber Homes
Jim Barna, our namesake, shaped the landscape of today’s log homes and the log home market. More than thirty-five years ago, he initiated the trend of milling the logs to specific, uniform tolerances and joining them together with interlocking saddle-notch corners and tongue-and-groove walls to keep the structures weather-tight and the logs straight.