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1 Nice log homes made of milled round logs Click here
2 Small log constructions made of milled round logs (allow 2-5 minutes to load) Click here
3 Assembling of log home from milled round logs Click here


Log home builders' associations

Name web site Note
International Log Builders’ Association (ILBA) Founded in 1974, the International Log Builders' Association is a worldwide organization dedicated to furthering the craft of handcrafted log building, to the advancement of log builders, and to the promotion of the highest standards of their trade.
BC Log & Timber Building Industry
The BC Log & Timber Building Industry Association is the only business association in British Columbia to represent the interests of the province’s log building and timber framing companies exclusively.
Log Home Builders Association
(LHBA)  The Log Home Builders Association is a non-profit educational organization whose mission is to help men and women around the world build their own log homes from scratch, and in many cases build without a mortgage.
Great Lakes Log Crafters Association (GLLCA)  The GLLCA was created as a forum where ideas, new methods, new tools and materials, and enthusiasm could be exchanged and efforts could be made to educate the public and promote the craft of log-building in the region. We are dedicated to encouraging the highest standards of construction in our work.
 The Log Homes Council  The Log Homes Council is a national organization with membership comprised of manufacturers of log homes. The LHC is part of the Building Systems Councils, a council of the National Association of Home Builders. Council members are log home manufacturers and producers who have united to develop and promote quality building systems and ethical business practices by participation in both mandatory and voluntary council programs designed to benefit log home customers.


Name Link Note
 LHBA Forum  Click here  The forum has "members only" and "public" areas
 Sawmill and Timber Forum