Maintenance-free. No need to preserve, re-stain, or seal annually. Resistant to mold and other decay. No shifting, settling, twisting, or shrinkage.
Bug and pest-free, period. EverLog products may look exactly like real wood, but bugs and pests are no match for our siding, logs, and timbers.
Build a log home that will not burn. EverLog products offer superior fire protection and lower insurance premiums, protecting your most valuable asset and your family for generations.
Exact look and feel of natural wood, without the problems. Instantly transform the look and performance of any cabin, home, or commercial structure.
We source the components used in our concrete mix right here in the USA and our products are manufactured in Missoula, Montana, using only the highest quality materials before being shipped directly to you.
Built to last for centuries – EverLog products ensure our clients achieve their legacy.
In our free catalog, you will learn about the benefits of EverLog™ Systems’ family of products.
“We operate two 12-year-old wood log buildings and have experienced shrinking logs, unexpected settling, and heating challenges, not to mention the regular and costly maintenance of re-staining and chinking. We selected EverLogsTM for our new lodge because they provide real value. We received the great log look without the hassles or ongoing ex- penses of wood logs. Increased energy efficiency is an added bonus. In the end, less maintenance means more time to fly fish!”
Ranch, Ennis, MT – Madison Valley Ranch
“We want to enjoy life on Flathead Lake and not worry about maintaining our log home.”
Jo & Ken Daniels
Flathead Lake, MT
“The inspiration for my EverLogTM home was the Ahwahnee Lodge in Yosemite Valley and the Sun Valley Lodge in Sun Valley. These two structures are fabricated in concrete and have endured throughout the years. Also, my wife and I love to fly fish and con- stantly maintaining a house cuts into our fishing time. Concrete doesn’t require any maintenance and gives the neighbors something fun to talk about.”
Henry’s Lake, ID