A log used for a solid wall structure 6” & 8” heights are available in 8’ lengths. A wall log is used to create a Butt and Pass Corners by extending beyond the corner in alternating rows.
½ Log Siding
1/2 Log siding is used to cover framed structures and is available in 6", 8" and upon special order 10". Corner logs are used with 1/2 log siding to give the appearance of full log construction.
A log used for a solid wall structure.
The log is sawed on the top, bottom, and back to make a flat surface.
The vertical corner is the least expensive corner.
This material can be square or round in shape
Round log in varying lengths diameter used for post, beams and collar ties.
Used for log joist and rafters.
Log Railings & Spindles
3”- 4” diameter logs are used for railings & spindles. Spindles are tenioned on each end for installation. 24” spindles are used for angled stairs, 30” are used for straight railings.
Cut from White Pine One edge of the board is the natural contour of the log.
Mantels come in a variety of styles widths and lengths.
Stair Stringers & Steps
A stair stringer is a massive half log made for various applications. Stair treads are 3” thick with the contour of the log on the front edge,
Timbers are cut from White Pine; they come in a variety of widths and lengths used for many different applications.
Post & Beams
Stair Stringers & Railings
Trusses & Timber Framing