A finished basement is a very desirable feature in the modern log home, increasing both the functionality and resale value of your house. While the benefits of a finished basement are great, many people designing a new house will wish to put their budget to use above ground and finish the basement at a later date.
Real Log Style
In our last post, we discussed how the log exterior could be accompanied by other details like stone and stucco. After posting, we realized that we have yet to devote a post to discussing the various log profiles we offer. While the external accents of stone and stucco are nice additions to the log home, the appeal of the logs themselves are what attract us all to the log home design. Therefore, we decided to talk in this post about log profiles we offer and to share a few examples of each.
At Real Log Homes, we naturally love the classic look of a house built with logs. While we appreciate the classical style of a log home, many buyers wish to add additional style elements to the exterior of their homes. Since every Real Log Home is customized to the owner’s desires, we are more than happy to design our homes to realize these wishes. In this post, we will highlight a few of our log homes that have used stone and stucco to accentuate their exterior visual appeal.
Real Log Homes prides itself on creating durable and aesthetically pleasing log homes that keep you safe from the elements. However, there are several steps you should take with any home to maintain it as a safe environment for you and your family. To keep your family safe through the years, here are a few safety tips.
With summer upon us, the time is ripe for all manner of outdoor activity, from grilling for a summer party to hiking in the wilderness. The arrival of summer also brings biting insects like mosquitoes and chiggers, unfortunately. There are, however, many ways to conquer the menace of biting insects.