6 star energy rated log cabins

6 star energy rated log cabins

Clint Hall of Hall Quality Builders (HBQ) has been building affordable housing on the Kenai Peninsula for decades, during good times and challenging ones Hall’s creativity has continued to succeed. Whether building homes or assisted living facilities his reputation for detail and customer satisfaction has been un-paralleled. A few years ago he created an insulated D-shaped log from local timber that has become a new signature for HQB and given many folks an opportunity to have a second home here on Alaska’s Playground that they have always dreamed of. At a recent open house where two of his 6 Star Energy Rated Log Cabins were open for public tours, many came out to see exactly how a log home could be that energy efficient, modern and reasonably priced. Ali Woodard, sales and marketing representative for HQB told the Dispatch, “We have models on display here, the Aspen log home which has two bedrooms and one bath and the Ashton log home which a three bedroom two bath that booth feature granite counter tops and Traveltine tile floors with many upgrades available and so many folks have been amazed at what these 6star energy rated supper efficient homes offer,” said Woodard.

The log that Hall invented and manufactures locally doesn’t have the traditional log shrinkage, “We don’t have the shrinkage and expansion of a traditional log so you don’t have chink you walls and that reduces maintenance for home owners. We’ve added triple pane windows and a high efficiency furnace that save a lot of money on utility bills,” she said. The vaulted living spaces give the cabin a spacious feeling and without losing that cozy feeling of rustic wood while having large kitchen area and open space for family living,” she explained. From the time you select the model of your dreams until you can move in can be as little as three to four months says Woodard, “Each one of our crews are experts in their field and work around each other starting with our dirt crew to prepare your lot followed by our concrete foundation crew and then come our framers and because we are so efficient we are able to build you a new home in a very short amount of time. You can come by for a tour of these homes just by calling 262-7607 or stop by our office on K-Beach Rd. in the Red Diamond Center. We’ll be happy to help you design your dream home. Let our family build for your family.” You can find more photos on their face book page Hall Quality Builders. They also have many homes that are available for immediate occupancy.

6 star energy rated log cabins
6 star energy rated log cabins
6 star energy rated log cabins
6 star energy rated log cabins
6 star energy rated log cabins

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