Modular Log Cabin Features
The Shop
Our Amish Made cabins are made of Eastern White Pine milled in shop by the Amish. Eastern White Pine’s softness makes it easy to work with, but more importantly, this particular species is quite strong for its weight, and doesn’t have as much of a tendency to twist as some hardwoods. It also doesn’t shrink as much as many other species when properly treated, and has a strong cross-grain fiber that prevents it from splitting that can affect the sturdiness of the wood. Amish Made Cabins are the highest quality cabins made today.


Construction: White pine 4x4 post and beams 4' OC

Siding: White pine 1 1/2" x 5" tongue and groove half log

Insulation package: Polystyrene insulation bonded with OSB and white pine tongue and groove interior walls and ceiling boards - 2" in walls, 4" in ceiling

Floor: Heavy duty white pine 1 1/2" tongue and groove

Exterior Doors: Key locked stained fiberglass door(s) with dead bolt and insulated glass

Windows: Tempered insulated  (4) 32"x36", (1) 22"x30" kitchen, (1) Egress (per bedroom) and (1) 16"x20" loft

Kitchen: Upper and lower cabinets with double sink and Wilsonart laminate counter tops

Bedroom: Closet and egress window required

Bathroom: Toilet, 24" vanity, 36" sink, shower and exhaust fan (No plumbing)

Electric package: 200 Amp service with light fixtures, ceiling fan, interior and exterior outlets, smoke alarms, porch light(s) and breaker box

Interior Varnish: Interior polyurethane applied to all exposed interior wood

Roof: Everlast 40 yr. metal

Exterior: Woodwright stain, sealer and an all natural bug repellent stain additive

Underneath: Treated skids with a layer of double bubble insulation

Dormers: 2 Cosmetic (Up to 14x40) 3 with larger cabins

Dimensions (approximate):

Exterior wall - 8' 10"
Exterior Apex - 11' 4"

Interior Side Wall - 8' 3"
Interior Apex - 10' 8"

*Some models include inset porches. The Appalachian, Kentuckian and Bluegrass do not include a porch, but can be added for an additional cost. Customers outside Kentucky are responsible for hiring a licensed contractor to construct the porch kit.

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