This 1316 Sqft. Log Home Has Really Impressive Interior Style!

The Point log home floor plan is a 1,316 square foot wood cabin. On the main floor are the entryway, a half bath, sunroom, great room, kitchen, dining room and the master suite with master bath and walk-in closet. The basement of this log home floor plan has a family room, two bedrooms, a 3/4 bathroom, utility room and storage. You'll want to take a closer look at the photo gallery for this log home floor plan, with wood throughout, and a back covered porch, The Point works for a variety of needs.

When it comes to the building process of your cabin building, there are several steps to get you on your way. Once you have chosen to build a wood cabin with Andersen Log Homes and you have a piece of land or property to build on, you will need to provide Andersen with a complete set of wood cabin blueprints. Andersen log homes will also need to know the general wood cabin contractor that you choose. They will then provide you with a bid for the log shell according to your blueprints, and the general contractor will then submit bids to you for the full completion of the cabin building of your design. When you are completely satisfied with all of the wood cabin design and building costs that will be part of the cabin building process, Andersen will submit contracts to you to hold your cabin building time spot. Approximately six months before building your wood cabin shell, they will procure the logs for your log home floor plan, debark the logs, and then let the logs air dry before they are used in the construction of your cabin building. While they are constructing your wood cabin shell in their log cabin building yard, this is the time to start preparing your cabin building site with any excavating. You will also want to start building your wood cabin foundation, getting the well and the septic in, and roughing any of the plumbing and electrical needs for your log home floor plan.

When the log shell of your log home floor plan is completed on their site, Andersen Log Homes will then label and tag each log in the log home floor plan, then disassemble the wood cabin onto trailers. Home owners are welcome at this point to join them on their cabin building site when their wood cabin is put back together. Once the crane is on the building site, and the first load of logs for your log home floor plan is in place, the first step is in reassembling your log home floor plan is by having the gable ends for the wood cabin moved off the foundation. The first course of logs for the log shell is set on the foundation and next squared up, followed by the courses of logs for your log home floor plan. A fiberglass insulation is then carefully stapled between each logs lateral and corner notch before it goes back together on your site. Once all of the log walls, the posts and the loft floor joist system are then reassembled, the roof logs for the wood cabin are set into the gable ends. When the log shell is completely reassembled on your building site, the next step is to have the roof of the log home installed. Once the roof of your log home floor plan is complete, then Andersen log homes will come back out and meet with the wood cabin owner and the general contractor to plan and mark out all of the door and the window openings.

You will find The Point log home floor plan on the Andersen Log Homes site. On the site, you will find a variety of wood cabins, cabin building, log home floor plans and more. **

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