Monthly Archives: April 2017

  • Top 10 Security Tips for Wooden House

    Wooden houses are your sanctuary and safe haven and when the intrusion of unwelcome guests takes place, it becomes a place of danger in an instance. Boosting your wooden house’s security should be on top of your priority list. However, having a top-quality security system need not cost you thousands; it could be a small-scale and budget-friendly project and still provide a successfully functional security system in and around your log home. All you have to do is know the right way to do it. Top 10 Security Tips for Residential Cabins Safety in residential cabins is the primary goal of every cabin owner. Your log house ought to be your fortress that is impenetrable and resistant to any threats to your security. It all depends on you whether your log house stays protected and secured or ... (More)
  • Log Cabin Painting – Types of Paint

    Log cabin painting is one of the most important things to consider when constructing or renovating your log home. Paint and natural wood finishes instantly spruce up the aesthetics of your residential cabin. Wooden structures have that sense of timelessness and a classic painting touch can go a long way. On top of improving the log home’s aesthetics, paints also play a crucial role in protecting the wall surfaces. Nowadays, paints have features and properties that maximize its function and last for a longer period of time. (Choose one of the log cabins) About Log Cabin Painting and More There are several paint types to choose from when revamping your log cabin. The general categories of paint include flat, gloss, semi-gloss, and eggshell. As well as the paint, there are other essentials... (More)
  • 10 Advantages of Wooden Summer Houses to Consider

    Wooden summer houses are very much in demand in various parts of the world. As the name implies, this type of timber construction was originally used for the summer. However, there are remarkable contemporary features and designs that make your summer house more versatile in its function, all year round. More and more homeowners and property investors are seriously considering investing in wooden summer houses because of the myriad of benefits. Top 10 Benefits of Wooden Summer Houses Nowadays, people are more careful when committing to an investment, especially when it comes to building structures. Investing in wooden summer houses is a financially demanding and time-consuming type of project. Is it worth it? What are the benefits of putting your hard-earned money in wooden structures suc... (More)
  • Log Cabin Windowsill – The Type of Windowsill You Should Choose

    A log cabin windowsill is basically the surface that is located at the bottom of the window. The trim’s bottom piece or the ledge that can hold plants and other objects at the bottom of the window is an integral component of this part of the cabin. Sills are basically an element of the window trim which can function in various ways. Log cabin windowsills help prevent rain from entering the log home through the window. They also make the window more energy efficient. Windowsill – Log Cabin Facts and Types A windowsill or the window trim is inclusive of the side jambs, the head casing, and the apron. The apron, for instance, is the component or attached piece that connects the trim to the wall and is beneath the sill. The head casing, apron, and side jambs all play a crucial role in mak... (More)
  • Beautifully and Comfortably designed Mobile Homes

    Please meet a very flexible category amongst all of our products. This is not just a beautiful and comfortable design but a special construction which meets all the requirements of the Caravan Act. A lot of time can be wasted preparing all the required documents for planning permission and waiting for it can take from 1 to 6 months. So could a Mobile Home be a better option for you to make life easier? There are two cases when a Mobile Home construction does not require planning permission: You require extra space in your garden next to your main house; please be aware that in the same case a brick Granny Annex would need planning permission. You would like to replace the old (not less than 10 years old) Mobile Home outside your garden with a new one. This would require a certificate of... (More)

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