If you are planning to buy or build a new log cabin home, you may feel as though your options are limited. Many people find that they have a small number of choices when it is a question of size and design, and as a result, these individuals often end up settling for a home that they’ren’t in love with. Additionally, due to the type of static log homes, adding onto the structure can be expensive and time consuming. In fact, many home owners find note that the additions they want to make are so astronomically expensive that they simply give up on the idea altogether.
Additionally, a modular home can deliver all of the rich beauty and splendor of a log home, but without the cost. Most modular units are available in a wide variety of materials and finishes, enabling you to customize the experience. Once completed, your modular home will look, feel and smell just like a traditional log home. Many manufacturers also offer a range of different choices when it comes to appliances and fixtures, adding even more value.
One reason for the phenomenal popularity of this particular kind of home decorating style probably has a little to do with the simplicity of it. There are no hard and fast rules, there are not fancy faux finishes and textured painting that needs to be done to complete the look and there are not excessively complicated rules for what is and is not acceptable. From the bear budget to the champagne and caviar crowd there is some sort of décor available that will suit not only the home decorating needs but also the necessity for quality as well.
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Founded in 1992, Blue Ridge Log Cabins today is widely considered the most innovative company of its sort in America. Ranked by Inc. magazine as either of the fastest growing privately held firms in the nation two years running, Blue Ridge Log Cabins has created modular home-building practices for the upscale log cabin industry.