Log home living is a tradition that never loses its charm. Even with modern innovations, this cozy way of life remains a timeless tradition. Our four-step process is designed to protect this way of life so that you can effortlessly enjoy your log cabin experience.
Step One: Restoration & Preparation
The first step of restoration is clean surfaces. Keeping logs clean will help prevent many problems throughout the life of your log home. A thorough cleaning should be on your home maintenance schedule every few years.
Step Two: Using Preservatives
The second step in restoration is to protect the logs against mold, mildew, and infestation. Insects that commonly infest log cabins include beetles, borers, carpenter bee larvae and termites.
Step Three: Staining and Finishing
All log homes should be refinished every 2 to 7 years to repel moisture and protect against UV rays. Choosing the right products will ensure that the finish coat does just that.
Step Four: Chinking & Sealing
Chinking provides the all-important barrier to keep wind, water, and insects from penetrating the wall system. Our chinking will last for the life of your structure.