Historic Log Cabin Restoration

Historic Log Cabin Restoration

This log cabin was built in the 1930’s by a guy who had the logs cut across the lake and then barged over and drug up by horse team. Only hand tools were used in construction. The property has a large house, a small guest house, and a storage shed, all log construction.

This house includes the most we have done on a single property. It has taken us over a month so far with another couple weeks to go. The work includes:

  • Full exterior restoration of all buildings (blasting, sanding, staining with TWP)
  • Full interior restoration of the main house (blasting, sanding, staining with Permachink lifeline interior)
  • Hundreds of feet of rot repair and log replacement.
  • Demolition of exterior concrete chinking and interior wood slat “chinking”
  • New chinking interior and exterior of main building.

Rough job but we always love restoring such a great piece of history.

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