We can custom mill Douglas for or Western Red Cedar siding to compliment any home or commercial application. We can mill any width or length to ensure the proper look and size. In addition to 1/2 round log siding, we also offer a flat milled siding in various widths. Call us at 360-798-7080 or visit our web site at www.MtLogHomes.com to learn more.
Here are some pictures of our latest home under construction. This home is 2500 square feet plus a full basement, 5 bedrooms and 3-1/2 baths. This home is being built from locally harvested Douglas fir logs measuring 15"+ in diameter, and lengths over 55 feet. You can view the plan for this home on our web site at www.MtLogHomes.com . Come in today to see what we can build for you, or call Kevin at 360-798-7080!
Chinking is the "caulking" type material that goes between courses of logs in a log home. In comes in many colors and is made by several manufacturers. We build essentially two kinds of log homes, chinked and Full Scribe, or "chinkless". This is a misleading name because most log homes end up being chinked eventually, but there is definitely a difference in how each looks. The chinked homes we do are built with full round logs that we leave a gap between; this gap is filled with a foam backer rod insulation then chinking is applied over that. In our Full Scribe log homes the logs are scribed...
Another beautiful Mountain Log Home completed! This 3000 sq ft log home sits on 5 acres in SW Washington, a 1500 sq ft main floor on top of a 1500 sq ft basement. This design has 3 bedrooms, 3 baths and 2 family rooms. The "V" shaped design makes the most of a view property, making sure you have a unique view from each room. You can visit the plan at our web site, www.MtLogHomes.com .
This custom built one of a kind log home located in Central Oregon is completed! Our client started from scratch designing the perfect home to fit the property and their needs. This beautiful hunting cabin is built from high quality Douglas fir logs harvested in the Pacific Northwest, having an average diameter of 14". The great room boasts 4 massive log trusses and measures 30'x50'. Every inch of this home is custom designed and built in America! You can view more homes like this at our web site, www.MtLogHomes.com .
The roof, framing and exterior staining are completed on the Eagle Ridge Plan. The client chose Sikkens Teak for the exterior stain and a dark brown composition roof. This house is 1500 square feet on the main floor with a 1500 square foot basement. It has 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 2 living rooms. Vaulted ceilings on the main floor give the home a more open and airy feel. Check back to see more pictures as this beautiful home nears completion.
Another beautiful home nears completion in central Oregon. The Circle W Ranch plan is a stunning design that offers most of the living space on the main floor. This home overlooks the John Day River and offers an oasis in the middle of a sprawling cattle ranch. This home is hand crafted from 14" diameter Douglas fir logs, and offers an intricate log roof structure showcasing many log trusses and beams. With large windows and huge covered porches, it is a home designed around it's amazing views. Let us make your dream home a reality by visiting us at www.MtLogHomes.com or stopping by our offices...
We have just completed delivery and installation of our latest log home in Ariel Washington. This home plan is viewable at our website (MtLogHomes.com) and is 1500 square feet on a 1500 square foot basement. This home is drawn with 3 bedrooms and 3 baths, and is designed to capture incredible views. Western Red Cedar columns support the wrap around deck, and a decorative archway frames the dining room.
Mountain Log Homes has completed the restoration of a 1935 CCC era log building, located at Lewis and Clark State Park. Work included log replacement, painting, epoxying, roofing and copper flashing. Thanks to the State of Washington for a great project.
This custom log home is nearing completion at our facility in Kalama, WA. This unique home has an interesting roof design with a sloped ridge as its focal point. Sloped ridges are not typical in residential homes, but building a truly custom home allows you unlimited design possibilities! Come into Mountain Log Homes to see what's possible for you.