Q. What species of logs do you build with?
A. We use White Pine from Ontario, White Cedar or Red Cedar from British Columbia in the construction of our homes. Logs are cut into Timbers and air dried at our Mill. Once dried they are Machined into a 6”X12” or 8X8” Double Tongue & Groove with Notch & Pass Corners and Dovetail ends. Your choice of V match Face, Chinking Groove, D style Tongue & Groove or Double Round. The walls are joined with 1/2X10” Plated Lag Bolts with 400 lb. PSI Springs countersunk at 3 ft. Intervals, this allows logs to expand and contract during temperature changes and eliminates any future adjustments.
Q. What size Logs do you use?
A. 6 x 12 T & G Dovetail, 6 X 8 D Style Notch Pass, 8 X 8 D Style Dovetail or Notch & Pass, just to name a few. To see more examples, see our Frame In Packages page.
Q. Do you have any floor plans?
A. Yes, we do have a lot of floor plans to choose from. Some of our most recent can be found by visiting our Gallery of Homes. If these are not to your interest please contact us and we will be more than happy to forward you the type that you are looking for.
Q. Where can you ship your homes?
A. We ship to just about anywhere in the world.
Q. What do you include in your log package and how much is delivery and set up?
A. Please visit our Frame In Packages page for more information. Delivery and set up vary in price depending on location. If you would like pricing in this area it would be best to contact us directly at Logxurious Homes.
Q. What size log homes do you build?
A. We have built many different sized log homes, we build to suit our customers needs.
Q. What are the different types of log home construction and why are some more costly than others?
Q. What is the cost of a log home or timber frame home?
A. They range in price. To answer this question most accurately plans are required. Be assured that Logxurious Homes is by far a very competitively priced manufacturer/builder.
Q. How long have you been in business?
A. We were established in 1983 and have been manufacturing homes for more than 35 years. We specialize in building beautiful and energy efficient log and timber frame homes.
Q. What about settling, is it a problem?
A. Settling is comprised of two factors – shrinkage and compression. It won’t be a problem with our team of qualified custom manufacturers taking care of the settling factors for you.