A Log Home like This Can Turn Anyone into a Winter Lover (Click for Floor Plan)
The Ashland is a beautiful log home floor plan that has all the details that make us love log homes. From its gabled front porch, wrap around covered patio and upstairs loft, this is a log home you would want to spend a lot of time in. This log home floor plan has 2,016 square feet of living space, with 1,344 square feet on the main floor of the log home, and an upstairs with 672 square feet. The snow covered photo of the Ashland log home makes us love this log home even more. Imagine spending holidays in front of the stone fireplace, and days with tobogganing and skiing activities! On the main floor of this stunning log home floor plan, there is a great room/dining room/kitchen, two bedrooms, gabled front porch, and a full sized bathroom. Upstairs there is a master bedroom with bathroom and walk-in closet, and a loft space that opens up to the downstairs space.
Expedition Log Homes was created in 2000 through a passion for the natural character and beauty of wood found in log homes and log cabins, and is a log home company that has been built through a commitment to providing quality log products and log home services. The founders of Expedition Log Homes are seasoned log home professionals, work working full-time in the day-to-day operations of the business. Expedition Log Homes has a great group of employees and log home dealers who embody the most that the log home industry has to offer. So whether you are planning to build your log home now, or in the future, they can guide you along the way. They believe that the most beautiful log home are crafted by hand. That is why Expedition Log Homes still handcrafts their logs with a drawknife. And for added quality and stability they kiln-dry their logs and include only top quality building components in their log home materials package.
They take pride in their manufacturing and kiln-drying facilities. Their visitors to the log home production facility often say how well organized, and what a clean working environment that their log home craftsmen work in. More importantly, they are inspired by the individual attention that each log receives from the handcrafters working that are working on it. Each Expedition manufacturing team member receives constant ongoing training and testing to become Certified Log Graders so that the quality and stability is present in every log component that goes into their log homes.Expedition Log Homes is always committed learning and growing, so that they can offer the best possible service to their clients. It is important to them to be part of the log home and log cabin industry's foremost trade associations, and that is what they do. They actively participate and contribute to the growth and leadership of these log home associations, as well as their communities.
Using logs for home construction is a natural and easy way to make a difference for the environment. Logs and wood help to reduce greenhouse gases and store carbons. A healthy sustainable forest is a readily available solution to help the environment and climate change. An acre of healthy growing tree on average absorbs almost three tons of carbon dioxide and releases close to two tons of oxygen. As growth slows and the tree ages, fewer carbons are absorbed. You will want to take a look at their site and see the wide variety of log home plans they have to choose from.
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