Cedarcraft purchases its northern white cedar logs directly from mills in the upper Great Lakes region of the United States and Canada. We cut out the middlemen – ensuring you the most affordable wholesale prices. The end result: You get the highest quality wood at the lowest price available
Because it is a slow growing tree, cedar has a “closed cell” structure, making it resistant to moisture and decay. This also means that your cedar log home has the highest insulating R-value possible among all wood options. And, because cedar log homes do not have shrinking and settling problems, you can expect a solid and airtight home for years to come. Log walls provide an insulation barrier – keeping your home warmer in winter and cooler in summer.