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Four Seasons Log Homes
Four Seasons Log Homes specializes in energy-efficient log homes, using kiln-dried Ontario white pine.
Frontier Builders, Inc.
We employ log craftsmen that are skilled in combining the methods of yesteryear with the tools and technology of today. Specializing in scandinavian full-scribed log home construction techniques.
Frontier Homes
Frontier Log Homes is a custom builder. We specialize in working with you to arrive at the final plan best suited to your needs. Frontier Homes works year round handcrafting log structures.
Gastineau Log Homes Inc.
Founded in 1977, Gastineau Log Homes is the world's largest producer of oak log homes.
Glu-Lam-Log Inc.
Glu-Lam-Log Inc. was founded in 1984 when it introduced the concept of laminated logs.
Grand Teton Log and Lumber
At Grand Teton Log & Lumber, our aim is to provide a wide range of log and timber products that accomodate modern and efficient design while staying true to an authentic and historical Western aesthetic.
Grandfather Mountain Log Homes...
Grandfather Mountain Log Homes offers many things, but attention to detail comes standard with each home. With more than 56 years of combined log home expertise, we still enjoy making your dreams come true today.
Greatland Log Homes
Greatland Log Homes constructs high-quality, full-round handcrafted log homes at competitive pricing, offering design, log package kits, dry-in packages and turn-key construction.
Hartman Log Homes
It is the priority of Steve Hartman to work with the customer to create a home that reflects their lifestyle and personality.
Heartbilt Homes Inc.
Heartbilt Homes has been in business more than 30 years. Logs are available in 6-, 8-, 10- and 12-inch diameters.
Heritage Restorations
Icons of the American landscape, traditional timber framed barns remain one of the finest examples of early American hand craftsmanship. Since the mid 1990’s, the team at Heritage Restorations has been involved in restoring and relocating these exceptional structures, incorporating them into wonderfully unique residences, commercial spaces and event hosting venues among other applications.
Hiawatha Log Homes
Hiawatha Log Homes, located in the heart of the Hiawatha National Forest, has been producing quality log homes with kiln-dried Northern Red Pine and White Cedar logs.
Hidden Valley Log Homes LLC
Hidden Valley Log Homes is a family oriented business. Gerald Morris, Sr., the owner, has been building log homes for more than 24 years.
Hilltop Log and Timber Homes
With 25 years in custom home design and construction, Hilltop Log & Timber Homes creates each home to suit the exact specifications of each clients dream.
Holland Log & Cedar Homes
Holland Log & Cedar Homes has been building and supplying log and cedar homes for over 25 years where we are committed to creating that old-school charm by combining the romance of wood with technology.
Homestead Log Homes Inc.
Homestead Log Homes Inc. of Medford, Oregon, was founded in 1978 and is a leader in the log home industry.
Honka Log Homes
Honka is a world leading industrial log home manufacturer from Finland. With 50 years of experience in and over 70,000 log houses delivered all over the world, Honka is a reliable and trustworthy partner in making your genuine wood house dream come true.
Husky Logwork
We offer unique, top quality log home construction based upon the latest standards and innovations. A handcrafted log home is a unique and one-of-a-kind work of art, a reflection of its owners' personality.
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.
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.