Based on data provided by the Log Homes Council, there are fewer than 30,000 log homes sold annually in the US. With more than 7 million online searches a year and fewer than 30,000 log homes sold, there seems to be a big disconnect between wanting a log home and buying one. One reason for this disconnect relates to the cost of building a log home. Another factor relates to wanting the charm and rustic beauty of a log home but not wanting the design and construction limitations that are often associated with traditional log homes. Swedish Cope log siding offers a perfect solution to both of these concerns.
Folks that want the log home look without the cost can convert their existing siding to log siding complete with faux (false) corners and log cut door and window trim that completes the external appearance of an authentic log home. This also allows homeowners to maintain the creature comforts and conveniences they have become accustomed to with their frame-built interiors. For those who want a more traditional log home look, log siding can be applied to interior walls as well to complete the transformation.
Cedar Knoll Log Homes produces log siding in a multitude of patterns, you’re sure to find a style that will fit the look you want. Our siding ranges from 6″ log siding all the way up to a 10″ Swedish Cope. We can even custom mill our log siding to match virtually any profile.
If this has piqued your interest in log siding…
Read the following tips for choosing a pattern of log siding:
1 Request information from Cedar Knoll Log Homes concerning the benefits of various patterns (use the form below to send us an email).
2 Ask us about custom design capabilities. We can produce virtually any pattern you want. From a 10” Swedish cope siding, through to a clapboard siding.
3 Decide if you would like false corners with your siding. These corners will complete the look of a real log home by providing full log portions that extend past the corner of your home.
If you have any questions about log siding, we’re here to help! Call (518) 563-3810