The Easiest Way to Build Your Own Log Home without Breaking the Bank

If you have ever dreamt of owning a log cabin but the huge expense associated with traditional or conventional log cabins has hindered your enthusiasm or ability to afford your dream, then these Log Cabin Kits, Kiln Dried, Eastern White Pine Logs tiny cabins might just be the perfect solution for you. While typical log cabins cost from $150 to $300 per square foot, meaning a 720 square foot tiny log cabin could cost up to $216,000 or more, these Log Cabin Kits made of kiln-dried Eastern White Pine logs cost as little as $3.95 per lineal foot, meaning a 24 x 30 (720 square foot) tiny log cabin kit costs less than $6,000. This deal is practically a steal!

Tiny home log cabin kits are essentially prefabricated homes. These dwellings are manufactured off site, usually in standard sections that are easily shipped and assembled on site. East Tennessee Building Supply helps you save thousands of dollars by purchasing your tiny log cabin by lineal foot pricing versus buying a log cabin ‘package’. While they do also provide other log cabin materials including siding, beams and railings, flooring, doors and windows, these products can be purchased at a later date (or even elsewhere) as needed, reducing the need to store these items out of the elements. East Tennessee Building Supply also provides buyers with optional dovetails, hand hewing and other species of log beside the Eastern White Pine. So although you are purchasing a tiny log cabin kit, you still have a lot of freedom over the design, floor plan and other features of your tiny log dream cabin.

Eastern White Pine, also known as Pinus strobus, is a large pine that is native to eastern North America, from Newfoundland through the Great Lakes region and Manitoba in Canada, as well as Minnesota, along the Appalachian Mountains and Piedmont to Georgia in the United States. This pine tree is known as Weymouth pine in the United Kingdom, named after George Weymouth, who first brought it to England in 1620. The harvesting of white pine forests in the 19th century played a major role in America’s expansion into the west. A quarter million white pines were harvested in Chicago in a single year alone. The White Pine was found to have aesthetic appeal and contemporary naturist, Henry David Thoreau, claimed, “There is no finer tree.” Eastern White Pine is soft in texture and easily worked. It takes paint better than most other varieties of wood and is adaptable. It is also light weight and easily transported.

Aside from being easy to assemble, these tiny home log cabin kits save home builders and buyers thousands of dollars on cost. While it is still recommended that home buyers should consult with local log home builders before attempting to assemble the kits themselves, the kits make assembly much easier and cheaper than alternative log home building methods. And by keeping your log cabin smaller, and even building a tiny cabin, it cuts costs which further allows owners to focus on quality over quantity. So if you are in the market for a tiny log cabin but don’t have the time to build from ‘scratch’ nor the money required to construct a traditional log cabin, East Tennessee Building Supply might just be the perfect solution for you, with their Log Cabin Kits, Kiln Dried, Eastern White Pine Logs. For ease of purchase, these log cabin kits can even be bought through eBay, making your cabin-buying experience even easier!

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