Building log homes Tag

Pioneer Log Homes Floor Plan: The Anchorage

08 Nov 2016, Posted by Amanda Fuller in Uncategorized

At just 1,436 sq. ft. the Anchorage is a small slice of heaven! This log cabin layout is perfect for a weekend getaway lakeside, or mountainside, and also makes a darling retirement home! Main Floor. The main floor houses a large great room with picture windows, allowing you to take in whatever incredible views surround your log home. The ample kitchen and dinning space creates a perfect atmosphere for entertaining large groups – and making…

Committed to the Cariboo

05 May 2014, Posted by Paula Freeman in Uncategorized

[This recent article was published in the newsletter for the BC Log & Timber Building Industry] A Short History Bryan Reid Sr. established Pioneer Log Homes of BC in 1973. The new business owner chose an opportunistic location to open up shop; he decided on Williams Lake, British Columbia, thanks to its proximity to a seemingly endless supply of top notch Spruce, Fir, and Western Red Cedar. Pioneer Log Homes of BC has remained committed…

Timber Kings on Discovery USA this Saturday, March 8th, 2014

07 Mar 2014, Posted by Paula Freeman in Featured in Magazines and TV, Log Home Shows

With the 10th episode of the Timber Kings airing in Canada on March 10th, and the first season coming to an end, it’s time for our fine American friends to have their turn! Premiering March 8th at 10pm ET, Timber Kings will begin to air in the US on Discovery USA. This March, Discovery USA introduces viewers to home building like it’s never been seen before, showcasing massive, multi-million-dollar log mansions in the all-new series…

Kazakhstan Round 1: Mission Complete

13 Feb 2014, Posted by Paula Freeman in Uncategorized

“Experience: that most brutal of teachers. But you learn, my God, do you learn.” – C.S. Lewis Joel & Shawn are home safe from Kazakhstan and the sauna is installed in its permanent & absolutely stunning location, 10,000 feet above sea level. It would be an understatement to say they experienced some culture shock on their trip but they managed to complete the job on time and in very harsh conditions. With extreme weather, equipment…

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