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Building your dream log and timber home is likely one of the largest investments you will make in your lifetime. But you’re not the only stakeholder in this project. Your local building department requires the home be constructed to code. Your lender wants the home to be valued correctly. The builder wants to earn more business through word-of-mouth, as does the log and timber home producer.

Updated Resources to Help You Plan Your Dream Home

All NAHB Members Who Received a PPP Loan Can Have Their Loan Forgiven

The journey to building your dream log or timber home is an exciting one, but is often new territory for many prospective owners. The Log and Timber Homes Council (LTHC) provides a comprehensive library of resources, featuring the latest information, to help address any questions you may have about the construction and performance of a log or timber home.

Free E-Brochures from the Building Systems Councils

Connect with member companies that can help bring your dream log and timber home to reality, and receive an e-brochure to learn more about these types of homes.

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All NAHB Members Who Received a PPP Loan Can Have Their Loan Forgiven

Buyers’ Guide

Discover which path is right for you when making your dream log or timber home a reality, from choosing your style to designing your floor plan to picking finishing touches.

All NAHB Members Who Received a PPP Loan Can Have Their Loan Forgiven

Log & Timber Home Producers

There are many benefits to working with Log & Timber Home Council members. Learn more about member companies and the options they have available.

All NAHB Members Who Received a PPP Loan Can Have Their Loan Forgiven

Library

Download white papers on special topics surrounding log & timber homes: appraisals, energy performance, maintenance, and the grading and construction process.

About the Council

Members of the Log and Timber Homes Council share the same passion for living in a log and timber home as you do. Each company invests in the council to develop and improve construction practices and policies that will extend and protect the log and timber home living lifestyle well into the future.

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