Join our team as a Log Home Expert! No college degree required—our comprehensive on-the-job training program will equip you with the skills needed to excel in this role. As a Log Home Expert, you’ll specialize in constructing, maintaining, and restoring log homes. From selecting the finest timber to intricate joinery techniques, you’ll be an integral part of preserving the timeless beauty of log structures. If you’re passionate about craftsmanship, attention to detail, and working with natural materials, this opportunity is perfect for you. Apply now and embark on a rewarding career in log home expertise!
Learn about the advantages of applying borate to bare wood surfaces. Because of their non-toxic properties, borates are beneficial in combating house invaders, such as termites, anobiid beetles, lyctid beetles, carpenter ants, and brown or white wood rot. You can learn more about how borate can help you protect your wooden structures from decay and pests.
This article provides insights into the differences between two of the most popular stains used in log homes: oil-based and water-based. As an expert in the field of log home preservation with 13 years of experience, Nick Smith, owner of Log Masters Restorations, explains the unique advantages and disadvantages of each type of stain.
Log home preservation professionals usually work as independent contractors. Most log home companies subcontract labor. Experienced individuals prefer to be a 1099 subcontractor, allowing them to set their own schedule, take time off, and work on other projects. This article explores the reasons why log home restoration companies hire subcontractors and their benefits.