Guard your home against the effects of water. Make sure they are clean, in good working order and are redirecting water away from the structure of your home. If you prevent water from building up and leaking into the wood, you can avoid rotting and decay.
The first thing you should do is check your home for indications of rot or insect invasion. Rot is among the biggest threats to log houses, and could be result of water infiltration or insect infestation.
Examine the foundations regularly for the house and make sure that it’s level and sturdy. Log home foundations are critical for the stability of the structure. It’s important they’re in good order.
Log houses tend to be more humid than conventional homes. The result is that they can develop decay and mold. To reduce the humidity levels within your house it is possible to install humidity control devices.
Routine inspections, maintenance, as well as timely repairs can allow you have a great time in the home built by log home builders to help you.