We are pleased to offer our
family of authentic
log home architecture.
Original Lincoln Logs® is a manufacturer of superior log and panelized
home packages with their corporate offices and manufacturing facility
nestled in the Adirondack Mountain region of New York State.
For nearly three
decades, the folks at Lincoln Logs have been helping families create
homes of enduring warmth and beauty. From cozy cottages to grand
lodges, they produce log, traditional, cedar, and timber frame homes
of uncommon quality. With nearly 10,000 homes built worldwide,
Original Lincoln Logs® homes continue to stand the test of
company was purchased in March of 2009 by Larry Stephenson, his wife
Deborah and daughter Erin Brothers. The Stephenson Group brings
25 years of excellence in the building and retail industry with the
commitment to sustain the superior quality workmanship that has come
to be associated with Lincoln Logs.
utilizes fully seasoned Eastern White Pine logs inspected and graded
in accordance with standards set forth by Timber Products Inspection (TPI).
We offer a variety of profiles: D, Round/Round, Flat/Flat and our
corner systems include notch & pass, saddle notch, dovetail along
with corner posts and corner boards.
super insulated panelized wall system “Thermo-Home®” incorporates
a “GREEN” approach, utilizing pre-built wall panels ready for
installation on delivery.
Lincoln Logs standard package is a weather-tight shell consisting of
exterior walls, interior partitions, second floor system, operable
windows, doors and a complete roof system with soffit, fascia and 30
year architectural grade shingles. Site specific engineered blue
prints are also a part of every Lincoln package. Their 50+
standard designs can be modified to meet your specific needs or allow
their design staff to help you create your own custom design.
Construction can help you through this entire process - from initial
concept to finished and ready to move in on the land of your
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