The Soup-to-Nuts Buyers Guide for Anyone Who Wants A Log Cabin Kit
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Everyone who watches Becky’s Homestead knows I built my log cabin kit all by myself, and I love, love, love my cabin! The question I get the most from my viewers is, “Who did you buy your log cabin kit from, and what do I need to know before I buy my own log cabin kit?”
My viewers tell me that there are so many different companies and options to choose from that they don’t know what to do, that they don’t know how to choose.
Like Jackie & Bill in KY who write:
Our questions mostly relate to the extra expenditures such as windows, wiring, etc. Did you have to plan ahead much on this? Please give me a brief idea of how you went about this.
Also from which company did you purchase your actual logs, and was it a log only package, or did it come with doors, windows, etc?
I know how Jackie & Bill feel because I didn’t have any help while I was doing research and making decisions for my log cabin kit.
That’s why I want to help people figure it out with my simple little book–“Becky’s Guide To Choosing Your Log Cabin Kit.”
I wrote this book to be a Soup to Nuts Buyers Guide for anyone who wants to build a log cabin. Before you go out and buy your log package, see if you can answer these questions:
- What’s the difference between stamped and non-stamped blueprints?
- Do the doors and windows come with the kit?
- What keeps the logs from warping and bending?
- How much does a kit really cost after you add on the extras?
- Can I assemble my kit myself or should I hire a contractor?
- What’s the difference between a log cabin and a log home?
- What are the pros and cons of log cabins compared to a normal house?
- What kind of wood makes the best logs?
- How do I get water, electricity, and sewer connected to my cabin?
- And, How do I get a permit for building a log cabin kit?
If you don’t know the answers to these questions you’ll be at a disadvantage when your dealing with the log cabin kit companies. That’s why my book answers all those questions and more. Now, let me tell you, there are a lot of things the log cabin sales people don’t tell you, and if you walk in there unprepared you might be sorry.
I wrote this book because I wish something like this existed when I was shopping for my log cabin. I was on my own and had to do all my own research and figure it all out by myself.
Before I chose my log cabin kit, I did research for a whole year.
First I read tons of websites.
Then after I narrowed it down I ordered brochures and catalogues.
After that I made lots of phone calls to ask questions.
And last but not least I visited some log cabin models.
After all my research I walked into the sales office and got a great deal, but most of all I got the log cabin kit my heart desired.
“Becky’s Guide To Choosing Your Log Cabin Kit” is a buyers guide for anyone who dreams of successfully building their own cabin like I did. My book will save you time, money, and frustration.
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