This family-friendly log cottage with a furnished deck is one you’ll want to investigate further. The Cambridge log home is located in Ohio, and it has a lot of interesting characteristics. The beautiful log cabin structure includes 1,252 square feet of living space, three bedrooms, and two bathrooms. The Cambridge is a classic traditional log home that is ideal for individuals looking for a three-bedroom home at a reasonable price. The popular open-concept great room with exposed timbered ceiling and fireplace, a balcony off the dining area, and an open loft overlooking the basement are all still present in this cabin construction. A log cabin structure is an excellent spot to begin creating cherished memories with family and friends.
The back shed dormer enhances the space in the back bedroom, loft, and bath on the second floor. A practical first-floor laundry/mudroom accessible from the kitchen or outside, as well as a built-in kitchen pantry, round out this efficient, step-saving floor design. In the dining area, there is a bay window that provides a wider view of the backyard. The front is graced by a full-length front porch and double dormers.
After a holiday at this family-friendly cabin building, you might want to build your own. Log homes are healthier than they’ve ever been. Thousands of different compounds have been added in the previous 75 years, according to one study, up to 80,000. While some may be suitable for human consumption, others may not. You could generate a long list of chemicals used in the construction industry to make building materials for new home designs, not to mention the chemicals used directly in the construction of the homes themselves, such as glues, coatings, and caulking. Builders have been tightening dwellings to make them more energy efficient since the 1970s energy crisis, which has exacerbated the situation. People can become ill as contaminates become trapped inside dwellings.
As more people are exposed to contaminated indoor air, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) is thought to have worsened. People spend the majority of their time indoors, which is estimated to be as high as 90%. Furthermore, the elderly, young children, and individuals with chronic illnesses, who are the most exposed to pollutants, spend even less time outside. Poor air quality, according to experts, causes or worsens allergies, asthma, respiratory sickness, lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and other serious illnesses.
While it is impossible to eliminate all chemicals in the construction of a home, a log home considerably reduces the number of toxins to which you and your family are exposed. Natural timber is used to construct log homes. The logs used in the construction of Hochstetler Log Homes do not outgas, contain little to no chemicals unless pressure treated, and emit no formaldehyde or pollutants into the air. The finish used on the inside of the logs, which is typically water-based and has zero VOCs, is probably the main, if not only, source of concern.
This Log Cabin is designed and built by Hochstetler Log Homes.