You bought the log-cabin. You now need advice on maintaining the model you’ve bought, and we’re more than willing to offer that. It is necessary to understand that any log cabin’s life expectancy depends seriously on how the owner treats it. It is also important to understand that any wooden cabin, whatever its size, requires special maintenance to ensure that it stays as new and serves generations.
One of the main recommendations is to use one of our recommended manufacturers for a quality, tested paint, or stain. The log’s exterior is the place where protection begins. Most of our partners strongly recommend that you consider re-lacquering the cabin you bought at least every five to six years. Such simple yet extremely effective action helps to keep your log cabin looking fresh, and also protects the timber against further wear and tear.