Aubrielle Jensen. Wooden House. August 01st , 2018.
Log cabins are always given with very distinct design and finish. They appear to be very much natural and at the same time seeing them gives you a feel of being connected to the nature. You just need a little imagination to enjoy being much closer to the nature, when sipping your morning coffee inside the log cabin. The design itself offers the special looks to the cabin that is a combination of environment and nature beauty. Apart from this, you also have the convenience to design your own layout depending on the size, amenities, shape and number of rooms.
There are many benefits of owning a wooden house. Log houses need less energy to build and they need less energy for cooling and heating compared to traditional brick houses. For most thermal efficiency logs walls should be at least 6 to 8 inches thick. Log walls are natural sound insulators too. Today, wooden houses are created with all the conveniences that you would want from a regular house and much more. Log cabins are available in many structures, sizes, and configurations. Trees such as pine, spruce, cypress, and cedar are always used to build wooden houses, so these log cabins are sturdy and durable. Garden buildings such as log cabins, garden offices or wooden gazebos are very popular in many countries such as the United States, United Kingdom, Malaysia, Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Germany, and France.
Even later, in the 19th century, the industrialization of society changed the look of the log houses. The log which people used before were replaced by various building materials which could be mass-produced by lumber mills, and log houses took on a different appearance. Subsequently Log houses became strongly related to North American identity. Log houses are usually constructed in the wooded areas as a place for living and today log homes reappears in a form of country residences, mountain cabins or garden buildings. A lot of older villages in Scandinavia have been built solely out of log homes, which have been decorated by wood cuttings. Today the construction of modern log homes as leisure homes is common and well-developed industry in Finland and Sweden.
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