How do we make our cabins? A visual tour for those out of the area….
This customer picked their plan, signed-off, and our guys completed the set of cad documents, and purchasing for every single item.
How do they get here?
The process starts from the ground up with a sturdy frame custom built for each cabin’s specifications.
The frame designed for your cabin is wheeled into Bay #1
Your plan is carefully followed…
The rough electrical and plumbing are installed.
It’s placed exactly where you want it.
The deck is begun.
Remember those sturdy 16′ logs that are over 4″ thick and a foot tall?
In Bay #2 the logs are stacked one by one and screwed into place.
Carefully following the plan to accommodate the openings for windows and doors you want, where you want them.
Ceiling and roofs are installed.
In Bay #2, interior walls also go up.
The interior wall construction also resembles a stick built house with 2×4’s placed 16″ on center.
Bay #3 concentrates on the interior portion of your cabin.
Power and plumbing are pulled directly up and your outlets are placed where you requested.
In Bay #4 your cabin looks like your cabin with everything coming together.
We complete your deck.
Install cabinetry, and built-ins.
Windows are placed by this time.
Finishing touches – your lighting and fans are placed.
Bay #5 includes installing the flooring, HVAC, and all trim. Your cabin should be almost ready!
It’s given a twice over and cleaned.
Drops are directly below utilities for easy hook up and maintenence.
Now, it’s ready to be delivered!
Cabin #1 Modular 14×42 $53,278.00
Smokey Mountain Mist stain & 5:12 Ash Grey Roof
Whirlpool White Appliances
Operable Privacy Height Windows
Spacious Full Size Closets
Hickory Engineered Hardwood in Genoa
Countertops throughout Plastic Laminate
Cabin #2 – very few differences. 14×42 $52,945
When are you going to start your rental business featuring GRLC? We’d love to help you realize your dream. Give us a call or come by and we’ll answer your questions about getting started!
Thank you Lomax family for using GRLC to help you downsize into a log cabin!
7:12 Gable Roof
Engineered Hardwood in Rotello paired with Provincial on the Beams
Loft with Shed Dormer and sliding glass window
Countertops in bathroom and kitchen in Plastic Laminate Formica Antique Mascarello
Washer & Dryer closet is prepared for connection with roughed plumbing, power, and vent
The Cahill’s, Snow Birds of North Eastham Massachusetts, seek “a get away from the cold cabin.” This cabin will make a home away from home (and away from cold) in the mountains of North Carolina.
Forest Green Roof 7:12 Gable & Shed Dormer over Loft
Gunstock Brown Stain & Exposed Dovetails
Porch on Frame with Pickets
Standard White Appliances
Counter Top Surface in Standard High Pressure Plastic Laminate
Standard Bathroom with Tub