The Setup Process
One of the most unique qualities about a Whisper Creek Log Home is the time that is saved in the construction process. From the inception of our company we have focused our efforts on creating an affordable, high quality home within a simple, enjoyable experience. In striving to create this on every home we build we work very closely with our Dealers, Customers and Contractors to insure that the set-up process goes as smoothly and seamlessly as possible. Your Dealer will work with you to make sure that your lot is prepared and that your foundation is ready to accept the walls when they arrive.
One of the most enjoyable parts of building your new home will be to watch how quickly this process will go and how much time and money can be saved because of our unique process. This is what a first time new contractor recently had to say upon building one of our homes for a client. “I would like to start by letting you know how well built your house is. I made sure that my sub-floor was right on with your plans. With a lot of kit houses, the walls can be up to 1 inch short or long. Your walls were right on. I was pleasantly surprised. Everything with the package went together nicely.
Steve Green, Pindale, Wyoming
Click on the steps to your left to reveal Whisper Creek Log Homes' unique manufacturing process.
STEP ONE - Once your home arrives on site the contractor will offload all your home components and do an inventory of all parts. From this point all the main walls and corner posts can be set the first day.
STEP TWO - All gable ends and interior posts and beams will be put in place, glue-lam ridge beams set and ready for day three.
STEP THREE - Most of this day will be spent on getting the roof joists in place along with any possible upgrades such as dormers or porches. The sheating is then added to bring everything under roof.
STEP FOUR - This day is slated for any finishing touches or loose ends that need to be wrapped up to complete your set-up process and prepare the home for the next stage of construction.