Prefab Log Homes
The first thing that you will want to learn about a manufacturer of prefab log homes is what services they offer. Some manufacturers of prefab log homes only offer a small selection of standard floor plans. If you want a custom floor plan you have to hire your own architect. Other manufacturers offer the services of an in-house architect, as well as offer contractor services for the construction of your log home. It is important to know what services your prefab log home company offers, so you will know what other construction services you will need to find to build your log home.
The second thing that you will want to learn about a manufacturer of prefab log homes is what floor plans they offer. Most prefab log home manufacturers will offer a variety of studio, one bedroom, two bedroom, and three bedroom floor plans. You have the option to select one of these floor plans or to create your own custom floor plan using the services of their in-house architect or by hiring your own architect to design your dream home. If you are having a hard time visualizing what the floor plan will look like once it is built you can visit their company and tour through their model homes. This will give you a better idea of what features and finishes you want in your home.
The third thing that you will want to learn about a manufacturer of prefab log homes is what they charge for their kits and extra services. When you are selecting a prefab log home manufacturer you will want to look for the best quality for the best price. When you compare prices make sure that you are comparing similar services and package options, as each company will include different things and options in their packages and kits. For example Company A sells a 1200 square foot two bedroom log cabin kit that includes the shell, transportation costs, unloading costs, and construction of the shell for $50,000, and Company B sells a 1200 square foot two bedroom log cabin kit that only includes the shell and delivery costs for $50,000 the package offered by Company A is the better deal.
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