With the dry weather the Minnesota log home remodel project underway is making good time. As of today the exterior log work is just about done. Caulking is soon to be done as well but staining will probably have to be held off until spring unless this warm weather with warm overnight temps stick around another week or two. Staining can’t be done when overnight temperatures are getting down to the mid 40’s. Come spring, the logs will be power washed and bleached and they will be ready for staining then. This project has been great to watch from what the cabin was to where it is now. This is going to be an impressive log home when it is completed. The 12″ rustic half log from Stevens Point Log Homes really achieves that one of a kind true log look that is so appealing. When I was there taking pictures it already had that Minnesota log home “up north” feel to it. Also this week another cabin got torn down and a new home will be built on the site over the winter. I’ve mentioned before that fall is a great time to get your new project underway. The weather is usually a bit more cooperative and in the case of a tear down the cabin owners got to use their cabin this past summer and the new home will be ready for enjoyment by next summer.
Here are a few recent photos from the log home remodel.
For more information on Minnesota log homes you can go to the Wild River Log Homes website.
Have a great weekend, Ted