Make sure you inspect the outside of your cabin regularly – rotting wood is an all-time favorite for lots of insects to either nest in or to eat.

Bugs love crevices and cracks in your logs. Use a flexible sealant to block all possible entries including roofs, joints and individual logs, to stop them from moving in.

Sand, paint, or varnish your logs. This makes it less attractive for insects to eat or live in.

It’s probably not a good idea to use ground feed near your cabin to feed local wildlife as it will also invite some that you don’t want to stay around!

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MODEL HOME & CABIN LOCATIONS

PLATTSBURGH MAIN OFFICE:

1486 Military Turnpike, Plattsburgh, NY 12901

  • Mon - Fri: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
  • Saturday by Appointment
  • (800) 644-3564
  • (518) 563-3880
  • (518) 563-3917 fax

POTSDAM MODeL:

175 State Hwy 11B, Potsdam, NY 13676

CONTACT AGENT

Custom Log Home Manufacturer_Adirondacks
Your Log Home Guide

Dennis CudWorth

dennis@cedarknollloghomes.com

Custom Log Home Manufacturer_Adirondacks
Your Log Home Guide

TYLER RONDEAU

tyler@cedarknollloghomes.com

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