Q & AQuestions & Answers About American Log Homes
Q. What is included with an American Log Home?
Q. Can I alter the interior layout of an existing design?
Q. What type of heating and cooling systems is recommended for an American Log Home?
Q. Is insulation necessary in an American Log Home?
Q. What does American Log Homes provide in the way of construction or written materials?
Q. What kind of timber is used in an American Log Home?
A. Our homes are all cut from native southern yellow pine and is dried. They are uniform in size to eliminate water or snow ledges on the outer walls, and to allow flexibility in finishing the interior walls. All logs are 8 inches thick.
Q. How are the interior walls built in an American Log Home?
Q. How are the logs delivered to the construction site?
Q. What about consumer financing?
Q. Is it difficult to install electrical wiring and plumbing?
Q. How are the logs joined together in an American Home?
A. See diagram below. With the tight fitting interlocking corner feature of your American Log Home, plus our fastening system, you are assured of a weather tight home.