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Having spent a decade in the log home protection, maintenance and restoration industry, we focus on log home chinking, staining, cleaning, pressure washing, finish removal and borate treatments to protect your log home from carpenter ants, wood boring beetles, termites, wood rot, UV radiation and water/air infiltration.

log home restoration

Whether you're in need of a day's worth of log home chinking or a total restoration project to rejuvenate the look of your home, I've done both, and everything in between. I can offer my 10 years of experience to help you reach your goal. I employ several different methods of restoration depending on your needs and provide my services at a very competitive rates. In addition to log homes, which is my core business, I also have experience with cedar sided homes and deck restoration.

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For more information or estimates on these services, or questions in general, please contact us:

Northwest Log Home Care
P.O. Box 6533
Bellevue, WA 98008
Phone: 425-891-6665 (cell)
Phone: 425-562-6666
Fax: 425-401-9999

E-mail: loghomecontractor

Local references are available upon request.

TESTIMONIALS

"We have used Northwest Log Home Care for chinking our home as well as staining. We have been satisfied with their work and will use them in the future."
John Decker, Enumclaw, WA

"Jeff and his crew restored our log cabin in the summer of 2005. Jeff was very knowledgeable, conscientious and easy to work with, and we were very pleased with the result."
John Ebel, Greenwater, WA

"Northwest Log Home Care did an excellent job on our log home. Jeff Kyger was thorough, completed the job on time, and was very reasonably priced. His work not only enhanced the exterior appearance of our home, but made it more energy efficient as well."
Dick Secor, Auburn, WA

"We were particularly happy with the grinding work done on our house...it made the logs look so much better! We really liked the way you fixed that one lower log that had the section with bark and wood sticking out (like a big gouge)."
Bob & Sue Burke, Carson City, NV

?Two years after Jeff came and cleaned, re-stained and applied a protective sealant, my log house looks as fresh and new as ever! Not bad for a 40 year old place that was left to the wind and rains of the Pacific Northwest. I highly recommend Jeff?s work.?
Sandra Schugren, Gig Harbor, WA

?Our log home was originally treated with a log oil finish. The house would look great for a couple of weeks after treatment, at best. Dirt and dust would begin to accumulate on the sticky tops of the logs. Within a year, the logs would give the appearance of being dry and aged.
Fortunately we found Teresa Millwee, of Northwest Log Home Care. Teresa said that she and her crew could make our home look better than new. We were excited and contracted her to strip, stain, seal and chink the entire outside of the house. Teresa and her crew took pride in their work and presented us with a finished product that exceeded our expectations. We were so happy with her performance that we again hired her to seal and chink the interior of our house and garage . Once again, the finished product exceeded our expectations. The finish makes the logs look beautiful. The chinking provides definition to the logs and gives an artistic flare to the house and has made the house impervious to outside noise. Even the sound of the wind has been nearly eliminated.
We have hired Teresa to remove all of our carpet and laminate flooring and replace it with solid unfinished hardwood flooring. Teresa will then sand and finish the floor with Permachink Sure Shine Floor Finish. We expect the result to be as exceptional as past performances.
If you are having your home restored back to life, or you are providing your new home with its first treatment, you owe it to yourself and your home to allow Teresa Millwee, her crew, and Northwest Log Home Care to lovingly care for your home. My recommendation is given without hesitation. feel free to give us a call.?
Dr. Joe Griffo, Margaret Griffo Anchorage, Alaska