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Arlington Rot Repair

We have begun work on another rotted corner in Arlington, WA. This time it will be replaced with a new log corner instead of framing. This cabin was built with lodgepole pine back in the 80’s. It has a creek that runs behind the house that causes a lot of drainage issues. Our best guess […]

Log Home Rot Repair

Log homes look beautiful and if well maintained will last for a very long time. However, there are occasions when some logs can succumb to rot and decay. There are several reasons why logs can become rotten, including poor gutter systems which do not prevent rain water from dripping on to the logs. Poorly finished […]

Log Home and Wood Siding Home Restoration Services

We provide log home and wood siding home restoration services to Washington State and California. We provide all levels of rot repair.  From basic log end repair/replacement to complete wall and corner replacement. Rot repair is our specialty! Our log home restoration and preservation process will restore the natural warmth and beauty to your log […]

Orcas Island Project

Here is a job we did back in February. It is on top of a high mountain on Orcas Island on a very exposed face. The home was built in 2004 or so, but has already had a lot of rot issues due to severe weather. The thick finish looked great (aside from the bright […]

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 […]

American Legion Post

This project is located in a town north of San Francisco. We go down about once a year to do work on this piece of log home history. It was built in the 1920’s by WWI veterans, including a German POW. These pictures show the chinking we did one year. The redwood “skins” that were […]

Log Home Services

Log Home Finish Restoration There are many techniques possible when restoring the finish on a log home. Some of these techniques include walnut. or other media blasting material, chemical stripping, or hand grinding. We will help determine the best course of action for your project based on 17 years of experience. Log Home Rot Repair […]

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