Why should I build a butt and pass log home?

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Why should I build a butt and pass log home?
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Why you should build a butt and pass log home?

When you choose to build a butt and pass log home, you are not only choosing a home that you will enjoy for the rest of your life but in fact you have built a home that will provide enjoyment for many generations, ensuring a solid, sustainable value.

Gorgeous Construction (the envy of all your friends)

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The exposed wood look gives a rustic, elegant character to your home.

R-values

Depending on your final design, butt and pass log homes have a naturally very high r-value. This means that your home will warm up quickly in the winter and stay cool, naturally, through the summer, saving you $1000’s on heating and cooling bills.

Sustainable

Your home is built with a completely natural, sustainable material and by using the butt and pass method, you won’t be spending $1000’s on maintenance.

Value

The cost of building a butt and pass log home ranges from $1 (I am not kidding, it can be built for almost nothing if you already have land and trees) to whatever you want to spend, and will last for generations.

Why a butt and pass log home?

Once you have decided to build a log home, you need to decide on which method of construction you will use.
Not all log homes are the same. I would ask you to do your research and look into all the different methods of log home construction. Of course, I’m pretty confident that the butt and pass method for building a log home will always come out on top.

Your log home needs to be built to last. You need a construction method you can trust.

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