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Greg Burke
· March 31, 2016
Since we built our log home, we haven't used anything other than LogFinish on our logs. Both inside and out, LogFinish is the products that we have used to preserve our home. I would highly recommend ...their products and they have everything you will need to make your home look great and make them last longest. See More
David Reed
December 31, 2012
Great Products, excellent service. Very Easy to work with. I have been using them for 4 years when I am in the area doing cabins....Been a pleasure every transaction!

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New Log Gap Caps for Log Siding and Choosing Chinking vs Chink Paint

All the terms you need to know to sound like a log home pro! Check out our Log Home Glossary.

Below you will find an alphabetized list of terms with definitions that are related to all things associated with log home products and maintenance. Knowledge is powerful! We hope the definitions help you when talking with contractors, researching products online, and when you call us at LogFinish.c...

*|URL|*Step by step guide to calculating out how much caulking or chinking you need | LogFinish Monthly Newsletter August 2016

When it comes to ordering sealants like Perma-Chink or Energy Seal there are two dimensions that you need to know in order to determine how much product you will need:

$10 Off WeatherSeal, Free Moldbuster with Q8 Log Oil | LogFinish Deal Update

How to Repair Log Rot, Free Shipping on all Perma-Chink Products| LogFinish Newsletter July 2016

Hiring a contractor to restore, clean or stain your log home can often be overwhelming. In this article is a list of questions to help guide you through the process of selecting a contractor for your log home. Read the full article here.

| LogFinish Newsletter April 2016

Learn how to apply Energy Seal caulk Energy Seal™ is specially formulated for sealing narrow gaps in log home joinery such as butt joints, window trims, door trim and corners. These gaps should be no larger than one inch wide. Read the full article here.LogFinish Deals Receive a free bottle of Mold-...

Up to $80 Sikkens Rebate, $10 Off WeatherSeal, Free Mildewcide Booster with Q8 Log Oil | LogFinish Deal Update

Get the best surface prep with these new cleaners, Free Moldbuster with Q8 Log Oil | LogFinish Newsletter April 2016

Outlast KleenStart is the preferred cleaner on new construction when Outlast Q8 Log Oil will be applied or cleaning prior to applying a maintenance coat of Outlast Q8 Log Oil. To learn more click here.LogFinish Deals Starting May 1st, receive a free bottle of Mold-Buster Mildewcide Additive with eve…

Tips for Preventing Log Rot, New Products, Deal Deadlines | LogFinish Newsletter March 2016

Follow these basic truths and you'll have nothing to worry about:

Learn more about wood shrinkage and how to handle the resulting settlement instead of trying to avoid it altogether.

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Carpenter Bees rarely cause structural damage to homes unless they have been drilling and nesting in the same wood for years at a time. More likely damage will happen when woodpeckers hear the Carpenter Bee larvae in the nests and then start to damage the wood in order to get at a tasty meal. Treatm…
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If you could build a log home ANYWHERE, where would it be?

Maryland’s westernmost county centers on the Allegheny Mountains and Deep Creek Lake. Sparsely populated (47 people per square mile), it boasts open land and relatively high peaks, including the state’s highest, Hoye-Crest, a ridge along Backbone Mountain, 3,360 feet. Annual snowfall averages 72 inc…