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Elite Log Homes Post & Beam From Siberian Cedar

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This luxury log cabin is the perfect place to dream of living and owning your log home. This stunning cabin is surrounded by forest and features a grand entrance with large Siberian Cedar posts and beams. The cedar used in this log house frame for the beam and post log houses comes from Siberia. It is grown in environmentally friendly areas.

Log house builders do not cut cedar from the lowlands, avoid wetlands, or select wood according to the 22 criteria. The post and beam method of building log houses is the base. This frame mounts large-diameter beams and chopped poles. Trusses are hand-treated and made from hand-treated parts. The log house has a variety of building materials. They include colorful natural stones and living logs.

The frame elements are important in interior design and will remain visible for the log house’s unique interior and stunning exterior. The log pillars that run from floor to roof are a delight for the eyes. The logs are made from majestic cedar which has preserved their natural shapes.

Construction time is reduced and there is no shrinkage. This technology makes log houses faster than log homes of the same size. Log house construction is faster because there is no log shrinkage. This allows you to quickly finish work and install communications. Logs can be used as filler in mansion walls. This exception is not allowed. Shrinkage is done according to the same rules that traditional log cabin buildings.

A post and beam log home is a great choice if you love the look and feel log work but don’t want a full-scribe log house. Post and beam log houses are one of the most popular types of timber home designs. They have a natural log surface and use fewer logs than a full-scribe home. This results in lower costs and easier settling. Post and beam log house structures can be very flexible. They are made up of round vertical log posts with large horizontal logs at the top.

Siberian Cedar is a proven building material with a long track record. Siberian Cedar has been a durable wood for centuries. This makes it perfect for outdoor projects. The wood is lightweight and highly resistant to decay. Siberian Cedar is less susceptible to moisture, insect damage and fungi growth. Cedar log house construction is also water resistant and can withstand long periods of heavy rainfall and other extreme weather conditions such as snow, hail and strong winds. Cedar is twice as stable as other conifers. Siberian cedar can withstand weather fluctuations and maintain its original dimensions.

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