The caulking didn’t match and wasn’t stained over.

Dawn Smith

Bad Caulking on Log Home

This image shows two horizontal logs that seem to be in a state of disrepair. The logs have copper stains and mismatched caulking, which suggests that they have not been maintained well. There are clear signs of damage, such as cracks, missing pieces of stain, and chipped wood on the face. The caulking around the logs near the trim is also coming off from the wood, indicating that it was not applied properly. The caulking is of two, if not three, different colors. This suggests that the contractor was not careful enough during the restoration process. Overall, this is a clear example of poor workmanship by a contractor who did not take the time to properly restore the log home.