If you have a log home that needs new life, you may be considering painting it. I’ve seen log homes with a dark red and even some painted white that actually look good. But is this a good idea? Sometimes something that may look good can cause other problems. It can also hurt your resale […]
Category Archives: Stains and Chinking
Guides on staining and chinking your log home.
How To Strip A Log Home | All Methods Stripping your log home refers to when you take a layer off the outside log walls, typically to remove a layer of stain. Stripping methods include blasting with: crushed glass, sand, corn cob grit, walnut shells, or dry ice/baking soda. There are a variety of reasons […]
How To Clean Cabin Chinking. Chinking protects our log homes from the elements by sealing the spaces between the logs. As chinking ages it may reach a point where it looks rough but is not quite ready to be completely redone completely. In this case you may want to clean and paint your chinking to […]