While every log home is customized for each client, the standard package materials are consistent. Options can be added, and components can be tailored to match the needs and desires of a customer, but this is our list of standard log home package materials.
Log Home Package Components
Frequently Asked Questions
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Log Home Package and Our Design-Build Process
Construction - Step 4 on the HomePath
Real Log Homes® Construction - Fast and Efficient - Get Under Cover Faster - The more than 30,000 homes we've manufactured since 1963 stand as our testimony to stability, popularity, and product performance. Our systems have been defined and redefined to help ensure that your home will be designed, manufactured and delivered with the utmost care and attention to detail. This attention to detail is what makes our packages more cost-effective to buy because they are easier to assemble for a precise and more weather-tight fit. That translates into a durable, comfortable log home for you.
Materials - Step 2 on the HomePath
Real Log Homes® isn't just a brand name. Our log homes incorporate only the highest quality materials and third-party components to complement our superior design and manufacturing, giving you a home of unparalleled structural integrity and comfort. From premium graded logs to Andersen® windows and Therma-Tru® doors, our commitment to using high-quality materials helps our homes maintain their natural beauty and ensures, with proper maintenance, your home will provide lasting comfort for generations.
Every Real Log Home is designed from the beginning to be functional, energy efficient and sustainable. We're often asked if a log home can be built to meet Energy Star® requirements and the answer is, absolutely!