Kiln Drying Means A Tighter Home


The logs are air dried for several months, then finally kiln dried before milling. This extra cautious drying method, which most companies don’t use, minimizes warping and shrinkage to give you a tighter, more energy-efficient home.

The eastern white pine used in Maine Pine Log Homes is grown right here in Maine on carefully managed woodlots within a 60-mile radius of our headquarters in Belgrade. Many of these lots are now in their third cutting, which means a minimum amount of forest is being impacted, and we can count on the high quality of the trees. The pros in our award-winning sawmill, some of whom have worked for us for more than 30 years, will select only the best logs for the walls of your home.

We are proud to offer the most complete building packages in the industry. Choose from one of 28 packages, or customize your own and the pricing structure is the same with no up charges!

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