Our years of field experience, coupled with our continuing education in new technologies, allow us to take jobs that no one else will touch. We pride ourselves in that. Our oath is to the restoration and protection of all things structurally log, and our aim is to please those clients, who like us, see the beauty and warmth in the soul of those structures.
On projects where we have to exhume and replace wall logs, water is the primary culprit for the deterioration. In most cases, this water, once on the surface of the logs, travel through uncaulked checks and wood to wood connections to pool in places you can not see. Once there, they serve as a moisture source for microscopic mold and fungus spores and help them develop and reproduce, which they have a tendency to do so exponentially. This leads to both wood decay, and mold problems.
One a detriment to your home, the other a detriment to your health. We do our best to educate our clients about the importance of sealing their log homes. Large timbers are extremely dynamic. They move continually, especially in the first few years after being cut from the forest. It's best to budget for proper sealant application, with sealants designed for log structures, when the home is first built. Otherwise, we'll be having a conversation about them when we come to do log replacement, or critter and insect mitigation.
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