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.
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.
All placed to specifications for the plan.
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.
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 per the building code.
In Bay #4 your cabin looks like your cabin with everything coming together.
We complete your deck.
Install cabinetry and built-ins.
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!
YES, THIS PLAN IS SO AWESOME THEY ALREADY HAVE 12.
THIS PLAN WORKS! WHAT A GREAT CABIN!
STATE OF MISSOURI PARKS & RECREATION CABINS
We have a large order from the State of Mossouri Parks & Recreation for RV Park Models.
Monday the architect/designer of these cabins came to visit us and see the progress of his cabins. He traveled all the way from MO over here to SC to visit our plant to see our manufacturing process.
A huge Thank You to the State of Missouri Parks and Recreation for this order and for visiting us!
We’ve renamed our Cabins and a lot of you are probably wondering, “what in the world do these names mean?” We wanted to name our cabins something that would pay homage to the logging industry of old and pay tribute to our local equestrian community, thus a cabins named for both industries. We had a lot of fun with this and we hope you enjoy the names!
Definitions for our cabin names:
Flying Change: Change of canter lead performed by the horse to re-balance during turns and changes of directions. So, maybe you’re considering a change in life and there will be turns where you’ll need to re-balance, this cabin can help you find balance.
Simon Pure: Of untainted purity or integrity. If you want the real thing, then this is the cabin for you.
Top Line: The highest quality or ranking. This defines our building quality.
Swedish Steam: Hand power or elbow grease. Your cabin is hand crafted by our long-term, expert
Easy Keeper: A horse is considered an easy keeper when it is able to maintain an optimal body condition on less than average amounts of feedstuffs.
Eventer: Combined training including dressage, cross country, and stadium jumping. Eventing is the ultimate test of a horse and rider.
Buckskin: Two definitions, in logging terms Buckskin is a log which has lost its bark. In equine terminology Buckskin is a coat color; referring to a shade that resembles certain colors of tanned deerskin.
Ace High: High in esteem or favor. Also, an old west term in playing cards having an ace as its highest card.
Cutter: Select trained cow-horses used at round-up in cutting out cattle for ownership and brand; today a whole new branch of horsemanship and horse use.
Yearling: A yearling is a young horse between the age of one & two years old.
Old Growth: An old, usually majestic but often decadent stand of trees over 150 years old that has not been logged.
Bull of the Woods: The person in charge of the woods operation. In the old days, the toughest man on the crew; nowadays still a pretty tough logger.
Chestnut: Chestnut is the reddish brown coat color of some horses.
Endurance: Endurance riding is an equestrian competitive sport based on controlled long-distance races.
Double Bridle: A double bridle, also called a full bridle or Weymouth bridle, is a bridle that has two bits and four reins (sometimes called “double reins”).
Timber Cruiser: A forester or logger who estimates the amount of timber in a sale, usually by walking over it.
High Climber: A person who tops a spar tree and hangs the butt rigging.
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