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January 22, 2019
Wood is one of the longest standing building materials in existence, with evidence showing homes built over hundreds of years ago used timber as a primary source for construction materials. So when you build a log house, you may be confident it will last for generations. Proper maintenance will keep it looking great throughout the...
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Interim changes to the National Building Code of Canada 2010 (NBC) that were published in December 2012 included incorporation of energy efficiency requirements for housing and small buildings. Some of the new requirements affect the construction of log homes. To help Code users understand these changes, the following questions and answers have been prepared.
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