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Edmunds and Company Log Home Restorations LLC
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Rot along decks attached to log walls is a common problem. There is a way to protect those vulnerable logs. Check it out.
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When it comes to log cabin restoration, pictures can tell the story.
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Have you been noticing signs of insects in your log home - holes in the logs, little piles of sawdust, the bugs themselves? What's up with that?
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Have you been overlooking the fact that some of the logs on your home have turned dark or even black? It probably isn't something you should ignore. Learn why.
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Homes that have half-log siding are still considered log homes. This video blog shows how to check for rot on log siding, but this can also be applied to full log homes.
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Heading to the log cabin for the holiday weekend? Check out the latest video blog and learn how to "listen" for the sound of rot in a log. Tap, tap, tap...
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Rot caused by improper flashing between a chimney and the roof is not an uncommon problem in log homes. Determining the cause of the rot is part of the solution. Replacing rotten logs without addressing the root cause often results in the logs rotting again in the future.
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How to spot rot in a log-sided home. This will give you some helpful tips on detecting rot before it gets too advanced.
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Introducing a video blog series for helpful maintenance tips for log home owners.
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