The Pioneer gang - I've built 13 personal homes and 1000's of tract homes, but never experienced such excitement as today. Might say all your efforts, craftmanship and character log selections are awesome. Thanks tons!!!!!!
Still love my Rocky Mountain Log Home as much as I did when it was new.
We have absolutely loved our Rocky Mountain log home! It has surpassed our wildest dreams on providing an amazing retreat for our family and friends! Rob, and Rocky Mountain Log Homes, thank you so much for your help in providing us with our dream home!
We love our home in north Idaho. Exactly what we wanted, a mix of family tradition and innovative design. We were able to mix a 100 year old Swedish tradition of log construction with a modern design that will serve our family for the next generation.
Ashner Construction Co. has enjoyed a long-standing relationship with Rocky Mountain Log Homes. Taking advantage of the numerous products RMLH offers has allowed us to stand out as an innovative leader in the Kansas City market for use of log and timber details in many of our custom homes. From concept to design to delivery, the RMLH staff provides knowledgeable, friendly, responsive service. I would not hesitate to recommend RMLH to any builder or developer as a tremendous resource for any log and timber needs.
Our partners, Steve and Jennifer Duncan, Kate and I visited you in Montana and carefully selected material that we dreamed would one day be our log cabin in Greer, Arizona. We call it "Sweet Comfort." As you can see, we used the historic log siding with stock farm accents to create this magical place. We love it!
The cabin is our salvation. It is our escape used on almost every weekend to put ourselves back together after hectic weeks. Everything about it is magical, but if I had to pick what things about the cabin make it most special I would say this: First, the wrap around porch. There is always the perfect sitting place based on the weather, time of day or your mood. Second, the feel of the great room and it cozy sitting area, but massive fireplace. Third, the genius of leaving open the wall separating the upstairs master bedroom from the great room.