Step 1: Determine Your Needs
YOUR BUDGET. Determine how much money can you afford to spend to build a log home. This is important to know as soon as possible as it will help you determine how m... Read More.
Ever wonder who creates those beautiful wood sculptures you see at the log home shows? Let me introduce you to one very special woman – Korri Walker.
Korri has been an artist all of her life. O... Read More.
Home for the Holidays
The ability to have a custom-designed home is one of the primary reasons that our clients choose to work with Expedition Log Homes. Our customers come to us with the desire ... Read More.
One of the best, and easiest ways (especially in a full log structure) to add more thermal resistance (r-value) to a structure is to increase it in the foundation level. Typically, the majority of... Read More.
Now that we’ve gotten our wall and roof assemblies together and insulated them, it’s time to seal the home and apply the air and vapor retarders. Air and vapor retarders are sometimes referred to ... Read More.
Insulation is a key player in the creation of the thermal envelope, and will be the focus of discussion for part two of this series.
For half log construction, the thermal envelope does not diffe... Read More.
You have probably heard much talk lately regarding the energy performance of homes across the nation. Designers and builders alike face increasing challenges achieving compliance with the ever c... Read More.
Our motto at Expedition Log Homes has always been to blaze your own path. Following is the story of Rustic Winery and it’s owners, Jay Enderson & Dan Sorenson. A shared vision in 2008 by t... Read More.
A few weeks ago I contacted one of our homeowners and asked if I could stop over and take a few photos of the corners on his home. You see, I have been working on a new website for Expedition Log... Read More.