Canada's Log Home Builder Directory
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Pioneer Log Homes
There is something truly special about the way Pioneer Log Homes of BC designs each and every structure. We painstakingly handcraft every single detail in order to deliver your world-class log home on time, on budget, and in balance with nature’s perfection. Pioneer Log Homes’ builders and designers take great pride in a job well done, knowing the luxury log homes we craft and the forests that we help sustain will stand the test of time and be enjoyed for many generations and centuries to come.
West Coast Log Homes
Nestled in the natural forest surroundings of British Columbia’s Sunshine Coast is West Coast Log Homes; the premier builder of the finest custom log homes in Canada. Blending old-world craftsmanship with the natural beauty of Western Red Cedar, our builders create custom log homes that transcend the character of the wood resulting in structural works of art that pay homage to the Canadian forests.
Sitka Log Homes
Sitka Log Homes is committed to providing excellent customer service, professionalism, and quality craftsmanship for each of our projects. Our goal is to provide our clients with the best overall positive experience. We offer the expertise of an internationally respected company yet still embrace the family qualities that developed Sitka Log Homes.
Artisan Log Homes
Artisan Log and Timber Homes has been designing, creating and building log cabins and log structures throughout Canada, the U.S., Europe and Asia for over 45 years. Artisan may well be the oldest established log home construction company in Western Canada. Rob Littler, President, has been recognized for his work with log home plans of any style and has been actively building log cabins and other forms of log home construction since 1973. Rob built his first log home in Quesnel, a small northern town in B.C.. He then moved to Mission B.C. where Artisan has been building ever since.
Canada's Log Home People
Our handcrafted log and timber homes are built primarily with Engelmann Spruce, Douglas Fir, Lodgepole Pine, and Western Red Cedar. The logs we use are an average of 12 to 16 inches (or larger) in mean diameter, and the tight-grained timber is between 80 and 400 years old.