Being located in east central Minnesota it is easy for us to offer log home builder service throughout Minnesota. I get asked rather often if we also build in log homes and cabins in Wisconsin. Yes, we do offer our log home planning and building services in Wisconsin as well. My model is less than an hour from the Siren, WI area so it is easy for me to get anywhere in northern Wisconsin. I have crews throughout Wisconsin, from the heart of the lakes area to the bluff country of southwestern Wisconsin. Here is a quick sampling of some of the areas in Wisconsin that we have built log homes and cabins in: Siren, Danbury, Webb Lake, Minong, Hayward, Spooner, Somerset, Turtle Lake, Amery, St. Croix Falls, Balsam Lake, Winter and Cumberland to name a few. With my model being located an hour from downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul it is easy for people in those areas to visit and go over plans here and also get full builder support in Wisconsin. I know quite a few over the years have been happy to only drive an hour to view my model and meet rather then drive three or four hours and burn up a weekend to go over log home plans and ideas. We are familiar with local codes in Wisconsin so we know our plans are drawn to meet those codes and our builders are local so you aren’t paying road and travel time like you would with a log home company that doesn’t have local builder support. Wild River Log Homes represents Stevens Point Log Homes which is a Wisconsin based company. Stevens Point Log offers a wide range of log products and has the best looking rustic half log available. The fact that they are located in Wisconsin saves on shipping costs to your building site and our local builders take care of off loading the materials so you don’t have to worry about it.
Another question that comes up is people ask if we build smaller log cabins. The answer to that is also yes. Over the years we have built many cozy cabins that are used both seasonly or all year. Granted, the definition of cabin can vary from person to person but most consider a cabin to be anywhere from 800 sq. ft up to maybe 1500 sq. ft. or so. We have built many over the years in both states.
For more information on Wisconsin log homes head over to my website.