Clark Fork Timber Log Cabin Kit starts at just $6,400

The Clark Fork Timber Cabin is a 3 Season 12 wide solid wood wall engineered Cabin with a 6/12 pitch roof and 24 Rafters. Each log has a double tongue & groove milled on the top & bottom kiln dried to 10-12% moisture content. The outside surface is milled round like a log and the inside surface is milled to a knotty pine paneling. When the panels are assembled, expandable foam is sprayed between the tongues of each log to seal out the weather. The pre-assembled roof panels give the charm and elegant appearance of the open beam cathedral ceiling with select knotty pine decking. If the building needs to be moved after construction it is easy to do by removing the screws and disassembling it. The panels may be fastened together and reassembled after being moved to a new location!

Assembly Features

No sawing or drilling required for construction

No heavy equipment or cranes needed for assembly

Windows and doors installed

Log Cabin Kit Includes

Wall Panels (pre-assembled)

Roof Panels (pre-assembled)

(1) Steel 1/2 Lite Insulated Door (installed)

(3) Vinyl Low E Glass Insulated Windows with Screens 32 x 40 (installed)

All Trims & Beams for Assembly

4 Overhang on Front of Cabin

7 Overhang on Back of Cabin

All Fasteners to Assemble the Cabin

All Prices FOB Gold Creek, Montana

(kits do not come with floor or foundation)

Log Cabin Kit Options

Additional Windows (installed)

Additional Doors (installed)

Partition Kits

4 x 12 Storage Loft Kit

4 x 12 Deck & Rails

8 x 12 Covered Porch Kit

Steel Roofing

Shingles

Roof Insulation Kit

Flower Boxes

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