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As our story is so unique we are often being featured in magazines, newspapers and other publications.  Often these articles are about specific homes being built all over the country with interviews of the home owners, architects, contractors and others.  Nothing makes us happier than hearing about how much our customers love their concrete log homes.

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"How can we build a better wood home?" The owners of EverLog Systems asked themselves this question after widespread wildfires led to the destruction of hundreds of Montana homes in 2000. The answer? A family of concrete log, siding and timber products for both structural...

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text] Rural homes must be more fireproof, study finds EverLog Systems December 17, 2013   Making rural homes more resistant to fire is the best way to reduce the number of homes lost to wildland fires, according to a recent paper published by Missoula researchers. As the costs of fighting...

A log cabin in the woods is a staple of the West. But the reality of forest fires and other seasonal concerns can leave homeowners at odds with Mother Nature. Stewart Hansen, president of EverLog Systems, felt this reality when nearly a thousand homes were...

“GO SLAP A WALL!” This is often the first thing Craig Brewerton invites guests to do upon entering his Henrys Lake cabin, which is situated at the confluence of the Montana, Idaho and Wyoming borders. Just to be clear, “go slap a wall” is not synonymous...

EverLog Systems, a company that specializes in concrete log structures, builds a replacement arch on Horse Ranch Drive in Snowmass on Monday Morning. The two previous wooden arches rotted over time, with the most recent one collapsing last fall....

Concrete Logs: Solid as a Rock EverLog Systems builds homes to last. Homes by EverLog Systems | Article by Dream Home Showcase Magazine   The destruction of hundreds of Montana homes by wildfire in 2000 led the owners of EverLog Systems to the question: "What if we could build...

Petrified Logs Log Home Living Magazine Epilog: January 2013 Issue Why would anyone who wants a log home settle for phony logs? They might if they liked logs' look but didn't trust wood. Enough folks feel that way, apparently, that someone got the idea to make logs...

More people are living in or near forest, rural areas or remote mountain sites, and each year wildfires across the country destroy homes. Summit County resident Lance Stretch figured he would lower the risk by living in a home that will not burn....