Cowboy Log Homes is a full service log home company. We are ready to take your home from a pencil sketch to turn key reality. Log homes are a passion with us and we love to work personally with customers to design a home that meets their needs and reflects their dreams.
Our log and timber homes include a Handcrafted Log Homes, Swedish Cope, Milled Log Homes, Round Post and Beam, and Timber Frame. No matter what type of log or wood home you have always dreamed of, there is no better time to move forward with your plans. Feeling overwhelmed? Let us assist you with your log home journey. Feel free to browse through our wide variety of log home plans and photo galleries. All floor plans are fully customizable.
Our log home packages include either log or timber shell only or a full dry-in package. Our milled log packages are pre-cut and our handcrafted log packages are fully pre-cut for efficient and accurate assembly. Typical log package inclusions are exterior log walls, log roof system, log support posts, log floor joists to support loft, log staircase, log railing, and construction drawings. Full dry-in packages include materials such as exterior doors, windows, roofing, fascia, exterior door and window trim, 1×6 tongue and groove for soffits and ceilings, first floor sub floor, upper sub floor, and interior framing lumber. Log species include Lodge Pole Pine, White Pine, Engelmann Spruce, Western Larch, Douglas Fir, and Western Red Cedar log homes.
Log homes are very popular for everything from small log cabins to luxury log homes. We have also done extensive commercial log buildings and multiple log home units. When you think of a classic style of construction log homes are just that. Studies have shown log homes to be very energy efficient, appreciate in value, and be very Green.
Whatever your dreams, from a small get away log cabin to a sprawling luxury log home, and even commercial log buildings, give us a call at 406-388-3458. We are located in Belgrade, Montana 10 miles from Bozeman and surrounded by the lovely Bridger Mountain range. The log home capital of Big Sky is 45 miles to the south and Yellowstone National Park is about 90 miles away. It is never too soon to explore your options!
Building Log Dreams,
Mike and Sue Lemmon
Cowboy Log Homes