By far our visitors most popular log home book:
Log Homes Made Easy, 3rd edition – $9.99
We no longer operate as a log home dealer and as a result, we no longer sell the actual Log Home Kits. That being said, We Do sell the plans and materials lists for all of our kits and We can recommend suppliers who can fulfill the materials lists.
Click on each link to take you to each home’s plan page. All pricing is Circa 2012 Market – You will need to submit a materials list – obtainable through us, to a supplier for current pricing. Order information is on each page
- Winchester I 992 square feet – $33,300 (estimated in 2012 market)
- Winchester II (Same link as Winchester I ) -$30,200 (estimated in 2012 market) –
- Helen’s Cedar Box 1092 square feet -$39,800 (estimated in 2012 market) –
- Wilma Jane 1108 square feet – $34,600 (estimated in 2012 market)
- The Lake Anna 1589 square feet – $43,900 (estimated in 2012 market)
- The Lake Anna II 1274 square feet – $42,900 (estimated in 2012 market)
- The Jefferson 1305 square feet $??,??? (estimated in 2012 market)
- The Highland -1394 square feet-$34,400 (estimated in 2012 market)
- The Woodland 1400 square feet – $40,400 (estimated in 2012 market)
- The Woodland II 1500 square feet – $46,400 (estimated in 2012 market)
- The High Country 1500 square feet – $45,900 (estimated in 2012 market)
- The Lake Gaston -1660 square feet $49,800 (estimated in 2012 market)
- The Sugar Hollow – 1700 square feet – $46,800 (estimated in 2012 market)
- The Hanover – 1783 square feet – $49,700 (estimated in 2012 market)
- The Salem – 1824 square feet -$51,500 (estimated in 2012 market)
- Alabama’s Pride – 1836 square feet – $51,500 (estimated in 2012 market)
- The Caledon Classic – 1880 square feet – $58,300 (estimated in 2012 market)
- The Cardinal – 1983 square feet – $57,500 (estimated in 2012 market)
- The Granada – 2006 square feet – $53,600 (estimated in 2012 market)
- The HartLake – 2040 square feet – $54,300 (estimated in 2012 market)
- The Brunswick – 2123 square feet – $61,400 (estimated in 2012 market)
- Sandy’s Joy (B&H Model)- 2300 square feet – $61,400 (estimated in 2012 market) –
- Parson’s Place – 2376 square feet – $65,400 (estimated in 2012 market)
- Camp Ulrich – 2600 square feet $65,800 (estimated in 2012 market)
- The Lake Land’or – 2618 square feet – $70,200 (estimated in 2012 market)
- Mountain Bliss – 2740 square feet – $78,600 (estimated in 2012 market)
- East Carolina – 3247 square feet – $81,400 (estimated in 2012 market)
EXPLANATION OF HOW WE PACKAGED OUR LOG HOME KITS COMPONENTS. You will want to give a copy of this list to your own builder as a reference.
- Construction Drawings – Five sets with details.
- *Log Wall – Post and beam log walls system 8 feet high (unless otherwise stated),
- pre-cut to fit your foundation, windows and doors. Including: tongue and groove “D” Logs machined from Northern White Cedar 6″x 6″, 3″x 6″ Cedar up-rights,
- 8″x 8″ Cedar corner posts, spiral spikes to assemble wall,
- sealant foam,
- Cedar trim caps to cover up-rights and band boards (except under decks).
- Cedar trim caps to trim windows and doors (in wall logs) inside and out.
- ShipLap Siding – Machined from Northern White Cedar, identical in appearance to the log walls.
Following shipped in either White Pine or Spruce –
- Ceilling joists, 4″x8″.
- Ridge beams, 6″x6″.
- Porch and house rafters, 4″x6″.
- Joist blocking, 4″x 8″.
- Porch plates, doubled 4″x6″.
- Porch posts – 6″x6″ Northern White Cedar.
OPTIONS AVAILABLE – unless included above.
White Cedar Log machined from 6″x8″ timbers.
1″x6″ and 2″x6″ tongue and groove paneLoging.
Log wall heights to 10 feet.
Keep in mind, as stated on our Q and A page, if you can buy locally, it is not in our kits:
2×4’s, plywood, windows, doors, and shingles are examples of standard building materials which are available locally, and therefore, are not in our kits.
Why does B&H not supply locally available materials? Obviously, sending standard building materials (along with the log and beam components) is convenient for the log home buyer or builder. However, on the down side, when the windows, doors,shingles arrive with the log and beam components, these materials must be protected on the job until they are needed – sometimes months after delivery. Then there is the potential problem of “midnight requisitions.” Then there is the question of cost comparisons. However, we are not aware of any detail cost comparisons that have been conducted. Whether the standard building materials are quoted as “included in the kit” or not, it is important that a representative of the log home owner (e.g., the builder) personally inventory every delivery. If standard materials
are part of the kit, a copy of the itemized delivery\inventory should be sent to the manufacturer.