No matter which new building methods are in style at the time, nothing can quite compare to the sturdy and stylish designs of a post and beam home. Post and beam construction utilizes high-grade, heavy timbers to create long-lasting, age-resistant homes with beautiful spacious interiors. This construction method can be traced back to ancient times but will never go out of style thanks to all of the benefits it provides.
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Home designs that utilize cheaper materials have to rely on a large number of structural support columns. This is not so with post and beam home designs. Thanks to the use of those sturdy, high-grade heavy timbers, post and beam houses are able to spread out the structural supports, allowing for more living space in your home. And since this means there aren’t any load-bearing walls, the floor plan can be just about anything you want it to be. Section off your floor plan however you’d like without worrying about its structural integrity.
Because of the relatively simple design of post and beam homes, construction time may be greatly reduced in comparison to other construction methods. When used in conjunction with our pre-built panel systems, post and beam construction can go by quite quickly, letting you move into your custom dream home faster than ever. Our panelized home kits use pre-cut, sanded, and numbered Douglas Fir rafters, allowing for faster build times and virtually no waste or mistakes on the job site.
Post and beam construction has been world-renowned for its strength since its inception. Notoriously hard to destroy, post and beam houses are often the only ones still standing after natural disasters, with some post and beam homes from the middle ages still retaining their structural integrity to this day.
Many modern construction methods utilize treated lumber in combination with other weak materials as they’re only expected to be lived in for roughly 40 years. This is in stark contrast to reliable post and beam methods which only use the best materials that are expected to last at least 100 years.
With their exposed beams and cut timber, post and beam homes are built around their natural beauty. Nothing can compare to the warmth and comfort you’ll feel inside your post and beam home. The wooden exteriors of post and beam houses also let your home blend seamlessly into the natural environment around it, allowing it to become part of the landscape.
At Logangate, we use incredibly strong and gorgeous Douglas Fir Timbers which are pre-cut and sanded and are very rare east of Mississippi. We use these timbers because of their incomparable strength and their stunning beauty.
Post and beam construction also respects nature itself by reducing the waste commonly associated with new construction, and by avoiding the use of chemically treated materials. Logangate is also committed to ensuring that your post and beam home is energy efficient. Our in-house Green Building Team constantly studies the industry looking for new technologies and better methods of green building and will work with you to ensure you get the most efficient, durable home possible.
If you’re interested in constructing a post and beam home, whether modern or traditional, Logangate is here to help. Our experienced team will walk you through all of your options and assist you every step of the way. You can rest assured that with a Logangate post and beam home, you will get a beautiful, durable home that will last a lifetime. With Logangate you’ll never want to leave your home again. That is the Logangate difference!
If you’re considering a timber home for your family, you are about to embark on a home investment that is unique, breathtaking, and beautiful. One unique timber home style to consider is the pedestal home. The pedestal home is an incredibly unique and beautiful type of timber home.
If you’ve always loved the great outdoors so much that you’ve fantasized about having your very own cabin, you’ve certainly come to the right place! At Logangate Timber Homes, we feature outstanding cabin plans that you will instantly fall in love with.
If you are thinking about building a home, there is certainly a lot to consider. You must choose a builder with years of experience and a rock solid reputation. Here at Logangate Timber Homes, we’ve been building the highest quality homes for well over fifty years.
Choosing the right floor plan for your new timber home can be a difficult task because there are so many gorgeous options out there. At Logangate Timber Homes, we offer several floor plans from which you can choose, or you can design your own. Our Homes are either 24’ or 28’ wide and the length is variable in 4’ increments, i.e. 24 x 36, 40, 44. Fortunately, we’re here to help you decide which type will be perfect for you. The styles we offer are the Chalet, Grand Chalet, Timber Frame Cabin, Grandfather, Appalachian, Nantahala, and Sugar. Each of these homes is built with exceptional quality and are beautiful in their own right. Despite all of them being floor plans for timber homes, they each offer a distinct charm separate from one another.
If you love to surround yourself with the beautiful look of wood and appreciate rustic charm, our Timber Home plans are the perfect choice for you! At Logangate Timber Homes, our cabin kits are prefabricated which means we stick build the walls, pre-cut the Douglas Fir Rafters, and fabricate the insulated roof panels in our manufacturing facility. By doing this, you are ensured precision that can’t be duplicated on site. Using prefabricated materials allows you to have a quicker build time and a more energy efficient cabin. Once the cabin materials are created, we ship them directly to your final building site.
Building a Logangate Timber Home shows that you have exceptional style, taste, and standards! We only use the highest quality materials while placing an emphasis on protecting our environment. We offer the highest quality pedestal homes, timber homes, and cabin house kits at a very affordable price.
If you are looking into a new home, a kit home from Logangate Timber Homes is a great choice for many reasons. Our kit home is a pre-built home that you can customize the floor plan. They are premade in pieces so they come together quickly and efficiently. We build your home wall panel by panel in our controlled factory setting so that you are ensured the highest quality construction and a precision fit on the job site. The benefits of building the walls in our controlled factory setting allows for square and true wall creating an air tight seal that is hard to create outside of our factory setting. This is so beneficial to you because it eliminates drafts and will help you save a substantial amount on your monthly energy bills.
If you are considering a building a home that really tells a story of who you are, you’ve come to the right place. Anyone can build a home, however Logangate can build it better than anyone else. We offer many types of homes including Pedestal and Contemporary Homes. Logangate homes are all constructed with the very best materials. We only use materials that we carefully select and are not only extremely high quality but kind to the environment as well. We will build you a gorgeous dream home at an affordable price and with a special emphasis on the environment. This is true for all of our homes that we build. From Pedestal Homes to Cabin Kit Homes, building a Logangate Timber Home is a choice that reveals your sense of style and the importance that you place on the environment as well.
If you are in the market for a new home, you’ve come to the right place. Logangate stands for quality and exceptional building. Take our custom pedestal homes for example. These homes are truly unique featuring a main structure that cantilevers ten feet from all four sides of a small foundation. This allows you to build in locations that are otherwise unavailable due to terrain or cost. The small footprint means minimum site disturbance preserving the natural state of the building area. Our custom pedestal homes are ideal for sensitive sites that include steep slopes, flood plains and marshes. You can build your pedestal home on the side of a mountain, near a coast way, and other places that are difficult to build on. With a pedestal home you can build right on the beach with less cost than traditional construction because the foundation is smaller so it costs less to raise your home to the elevation requirements.