Modular Cabin
Construction Timeline

This modular cabin construction timeline breaks down the prefab log home building process into simple steps. It gives you an idea of how long it would take to design, prepare, build and assemble a systems-built, modular cabin on your property.


This modular cabin construction timeline breaks down the building process.

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