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Log Jam Chinking | Do-It-Yourself Chink Paint with Log Jam

It’s easy to make your own Log Jam® chink paint on site. And since mixing your own costs 1/3 less…

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Backer Rod and Sealant for Log Homes

It seems insignificant, but some sort of bond breaker — backer rod or grip strip or clear packing tape —…

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Stop Air Leaks with Log Gap Cap

Step 1:  Tape off the areas to be sealed.  

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How To Repair Sealants on Your Log Home | Log Cabin Sealant

So, you did a stellar job of sealing cracks and checks in your log home. Hooray! Now, a couple of…

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To Seal or Not to Seal? Crack Sealant

In this month’s “Here to Help!”, we’re sharing our best caulking secrets.

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Do I Need to Wait Until the Logs Are Dry | Log Chinking

This month’s training tip comes directly from a question we received recently. A customer asked, “Do I really need to…

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How to Get Rid of Carpenter Bees in Your Log Home

There’s no better time than spring to talk about the birds and the bees. Mostly, the bees. This time of…

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How to Caulk or Chink a Log Home

First things first. You’ll need a supply of Log Jam® chinking, Log Builder®, or Conceal®. (Give our friendly and knowledgeable…

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How to Make a Butt-Joint | Log Cabin Construction Techniques

This month we’re talking about building a nice butt. Nope, not that kind of butt. We mean butt-joints! Our very…

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Log Chinking History | What Is Log Chinking?

On last week’s episode of Cabin Fever, Grizzly Bob gave us a brief history of chinking while showing Sashco’s Log…