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In less than half a day, you can learn how simple it is to own an 1867 Confederation Log Home. Topics will include: Designing your own home How to choose a contractor Financing options Construction details that make Confederation  Log Homes your best choice.
Making Friends in Southwestern Ontario
“We were betting that local representation would make a difference and it has,” says Darryl Boyes, who operates the southwestern Ontario sales and educational centre together with his father Gary.
Newmarket Family Makes “Green” Their Favourite Colour
As featured in Green Building & Sustainable Strategies, Summer 2012 issue. An 1867 Confederation Log & Timber Frame home is the subject of the feature article in the Summer 2012 issue of Green Building & Sustainable Strategies. The article discusses the decision of a Newmarket family to keep their Eagle Lake...
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Sweet Chalet
Featured in Our Homes Magazine Life’s pleasures are simple at Eagle Lake. “There’s no noise,” says Derek Zoldy. With no artificial light, nights are dark at his family’s log cabin in the Haliburton Highlands. You can see thousands of stars. “The only sounds you hear are animals and rushing water...
Toronto Star features Newmarket couple spent $30,000 for a solar system that allowed them to go off the electrical grid. Derek Zoldy and his wife Casey were shocked to learn it would cost $42,000 to get hydro service to the weekend home they were building in Haliburton. That convinced the Newmarket...
Confederation wins “2011 Sexiest Frame”
See for yourself what a “sexy frame” looks like. We’re the proud winner of the 2011 Sexiest Frame Tournament! This boathouse project has an unsymmetrical bent design that also features both square and round timbers. Read more:  Sexiest Timber Frame Contest by Timber Frame Business Council
Light, bright & airy
Business Avantage Magazine article reports: Log Homes Are Growing in Popularity Log homes have come a long way since pioneer times when random logs were piled on top of each other and gaps between them were filled with anything from moss to mud. These days a log home is a...
The “wow-factor” of a Confederation log home
Check out the Green Woods, voted a winner by Log Home Living readers: See more pictures of this home here