Wisconsin Log Homes

Established in 1976, Wisconsin Log Homes builds custom log and timber homes and cabins that are comfortable, low-maintenance, and also happen to be energy efficient. They provide architectural design and construction advice, as well as interior design and décor inspiration and advice.

PrecisionCraft Log & Timber Homes

With over 25 years of professional industry experience, PrecisionCraft Log & Timber Homes help people design and build luxury log homes and timber frame cabins. They can help you design and build your log cabin from start to finish, or help you out in specific stages of your build – whatever you need, use their Total Home Solution program to get it done.

Expedition Log Homes

Established in 2000, the Oostburg, Wisconsin-based is an award-winning designer and builder of log cabins and homes. Find out more about their residential and commercial design services, log profiles and corner styles, the building systems you can choose to use when building your home, and you can also check out the gallery of homes that they’ve designed, built, and finished.

Artisan Custom Log Homes

With close to half a century of experience, the Mission, British Columbia-based Artisan Custom Log Homes is a family-owned business that has been and designing and building log cabins and homes all over the world for two generations and counting. Learn more about what’s involved in and what it takes to build log cabins and homes, and go through the gallery of featured homes that they’ve built over the years on their website.

Katahdin Cedar Log Homes

Founded in 1973 and based in Maine, Katahdin Cedar Log Homes is unique in that from the beginning, they’ve tried to be as environmentally-friendly as possible while building well-designed, beautiful log cabins and homes, using the whole trees and getting as close to zero waste as possible. Check out their website and find out more about their 25-year warranty, learn more about the ins and outs of what goes into building a log cabin and home, go through the gallery of the homes they’ve constructed, and – on the invitation of the president himself – plan a visit to their facilities to see and meet the people who can help you design and build your home.