The Trapper Cabin was Built on Remote Lake Frontage

The Trapper Cabin was Built on Remote Lake Frontage

You will want to take a look a the Trapper Cabin was Built on Remote Lake Frontage. This one bedroom off grid house has 840 square feet of living space. This log house construction was built on Lake Winter in 2005; the log house sold in the summer of 2006, but it is still nice to take a look. The off grid house was built on remote lake frontage with no road access, so the logs for the log house construction were hauled in across the ice. The log house construction setup has a small scale solar power unit for electricity, a pitcher pump for water, and a privy for all the comforts just like home. The logs used in this log house construction are a nice size and work well with the log house construction interior open space.

When it comes to log house construction you are building green in a home that will use sustainable wood products that are good for the environment and your family. Building green, from log house design to log house construction is the right thing to do both environmentally and economically. The use of wood in a log house construction helps to create log house structures that are ecologically sound, energy efficient, architecturally pleasing and will stand the test of time. Log house construction built from wood that is from well managed forests is an excellent choice for the environment. Builders and log house buyers from all over the world realize that log house construction is comfortable, healthy, has lower energy consumption, along with better overall performance. A log house construction also reduces the impact of buildings on both the environment and human health in regards to design, site selection, log house construction, operation, maintenance, and demolition. The use of more wood for log house construction is a natural and easy way to make a difference for the environment. Wood for log houses reduces both the greenhouse gases and also stores carbons. Wood that comes from a healthy sustainable forest is a readily available solution to climate change. On an average, an acre of healthy growing forest will absorb almost 3 tons of carbon dioxide and releases close to 2 tons of oxygen. As the growth of the tree slows with age, less carbons are absorbed.

This is just one of the log house construction you will find on the "Ojibwa Log Homes" site. "Ojibwa Log Homes" offers quality log construction craftsmanship with the natural beauty of Handcrafted joinery. With this log house company, you have plenty of building options to include features like log trusses to enhance the log effect of the log house. They deal with shrinkage and settling with their double joint joinery. Their Log Shell log house construction will be built to conform to the specifications recommended by the International Log Builders Association. Some of the things that come with their standard log shell packages include full length red or white pine that is peeled and treated, double scribed lateral joints with shrink fit notches on the log house construction corners, walls that run approximately 9 feet to 9 feet 6 inches in height, and more. Along with window and door opening that are cut with log ends sanded, roof support that is typically built with full-length log beams, a double insulated roof system and more. Their log home construction packages also include double insulated roof system, roughed in wiring, logs labor and building materials to set up on your foundation and log home construction floor. They have a variety of log house packages and log cabin packages to choose from, with something to suit most anyone. *

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