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Our Mountaineer Style home gives you the traditional look of a log home with a few added features. It has an attractive steep roofline, and porch reaching across the front of the home. This is a home that's made for relaxing and entertaining friends and family. The interior is equally spacious with it's open floor plan. It comes as a 26' wide building and is available in lengths from 30' to 56'.
A typical layout has up to two bedrooms and bath on the first floor and a 14' wide room upstairs to finish and use for additional sleep area, office, etc. The knotty pine interior gives a warm feeling and will look better over time.
The standard Mountaineer can be made into a Deluxe model with 18' cathedral ceiling over the great room and additional glass on the end wall. The Vista Glass on the Deluxe model lets in light and is perfect for looking out at the lake, making your home feel more spacious and enjoyable.
Ask one of our sales reps about the many options available in order to customize your new home.
That largely depends on the time of year. Typically towards mid summer and a little later, the time slots fill up for that year. We always encourage our customers to plan ahead with a large purchase like this. It's best to have as many details as possible worked out before putting down a deposit.
These homes are stick framed with a log siding and pine board interior. This allows for a tighter home construction and less complications running plumbing and wiring. There also aren’t the same issues with checking of logs and settling of the home. With the log corner package, it has the same look of a traditional log home and the energy efficiency and benefits of a modern framed home. There's also less maintenance with a Cozy Cabin home!
It may be easier to say what’s not included! You get a complete home with exterior log siding and protective finish, insulation, interior finish, flooring, electrical and plumbing fixtures, shipping, crane, and setup costs - the list goes on. You’ll be responsible for building permit, excavation and driveway, foundation, well and septic systems, plumbing and electrical connections, heating system, appliances, and furniture and window treatments. We’d be glad to work as your general contractor if needed.
The homes meet or exceed the building code requirements for modular construction. For some specifics -Wall Insulation: R-21 (No expensive additional insulation system that conventional log homes use)
Ceiling Insulation: R-38 (R-49 optional) U factor on windows is 0.26 - exceeding modular code.
We sit down and go over the different home plans and designs, working with your space requirements, site layout, design requirements, and budget. Once a design is agreed on, it’s sent to Cozy Cabins to have drawings completed.
A deposit is required in order for construction to begin. At this point site work can be done and also the external utilities.
When the home is delivered, our crew will work with the crane contractor to place and finish the assembly details.
Typically the on-site carpentry work is done within a week or two. To be move-in ready also depends on the subcontractors involved and their schedules.
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