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If you are looking for a little log home plan the Columbus IV: Square Footage is for you. The 1,207 square foot log home is a one-room plan, perfect for a small family or retired couple. The one-floor log home has a kitchen/dining room space, a living room, bedroom and master bedroom with master bathroom. This log home has a small front covered porch. This log home would work whether you want it for full-time living or use as a vacation home. This log home was built by Blue Ridge Log Cabins.
Blue Ridge Log Cabins was founded in 1992 and is considered to be one of the most innovative company's of its kind in America. They were ranked by Inc. magazine as one of the fastest growing privately held companies in the country two years running. They create modular home-building practices for the upscale log cabin industry. The log homes that they build help to reduce the cost, time, and risk that is normally associated with log home construction thanks to their amazing 110,000-square-foot production log home building facility located in South Carolina. The log home building facility is capable of completing as many as 15 custom log homes ranging in size from 500 to 8,000-square feet every week. The company was featured as the Most Economical Log Home on HGTV’s Best Ever Log Homes, and they were on the premiere episode of HGTV’s Amazing Log Homes. The modular log homes are hand stacked in a factory setting, which virtually eliminates the effects of potentially damaging weather. By building these log homes in prefabricated sections, they can produce a more log home product that is more uniform with a guaranteed quality. Up to 90 to 100 percent of the log home is built in a factory, so they can give you an accurate price without having to use specialized, expensive and difficult to find log home builders.
The nice thing about purchasing a log home is you know it is built using natural materials. A home that is built with natural materials is better for both you and the environment. Building green from both a design aspect to the log home construction is the right thing to do, environmentally, economically and socially. The use of wood in a log home helps to create structures that are ecologically sound, more energy efficient, and aesthetically pleasing and durable. Wood that comes from well-managed forests is an excellent environmental choice. Log home builders and home buyers from across the world are realizing that a log home build is healthier, more comfortable, and has lower energy consumption, and overall performance. A wood structure also reduces the impact of buildings on human health and the environment. Using wood and logs is a natural and easy way to make a difference for the environment. The nice thing about wood is that it reduces greenhouse gasses and, in turn, stores carbons. A forest that is both healthy and sustainable is a readily available solution to climate change. Did you know that an on average, an acre of healthy growing tree can absorb approximately three tons of carbon dioxide from the air and release close to two tons of oxygen? This is good news for us and the environment. You can feel good about living in and purchasing a log home or log cabin. Especially when we hear so much about climate change and global warming, it's important to make environmentally conscious decisions.
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