Manufactured by Appalachian Log Structures

Custom Log Home Wins Building System Council National Award

Best Log Home Design Over 4,000 sq. ft.

Moore’s Hill, IN October 15, 2018 – Locally owned Tri-State Log and Timber Structures, an independent representative of Appalachian Log Structures, a manufacturer of log home building materials and packages, received the Best Log Home Design over 4,000 sq. ft. at the 2018 BSC Housing Summit held September 29- Oct 2 in Knoxville, TN. The Building Systems Council, a division of the National Association of Home Builders, seeks to raise awareness of systems-built construction, educate home buyers about alternatives to traditional construction methods, and speed the transformation of systems-built processes from niche to normal.

Tri-State Log & Timber Structures, working with their log home customer, developed a custom plan to meet the specific requirements for their family. The family loved the the unique and eco-friendly environment of wood, exposed log walls, soaring beamed ceilings, and expansive timber framed porches that Appalachian Log Structures provided in their package and worked closely with local representatives Tim and Anita Dyer to make their dream log home come to fruition.
“The ambience of a log home is a dramatic departure from the average stick-built house.” stated Anita Dyer, an independent sales consultant Appalachian Log Structures. “The evolution of energy efficient building components, Appalachian’s pressure treating process, combined with the distinctive attributes of wood as a natural insulator, makes today’s modern log home highly desirable.”
With seven different profiles and corner notches available in a full 6” or 8” thickness the possibilities for customization are endless. Tri-State through Appalachian offers over 75 predesigned floor plans ranging from 500 to 3700 square feet to jump start the design process. The company also hosts several plant tour and log home workshops to educate log home enthusiasts and builders about the design process, financing, and other steps required for a successful building project.