The first steps in refinishing a log home's interior.

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We'll review your photos and discuss how we might address your concerns with your log home.


  • Cob blasting
  • Sanding
  • Staining
  • Caulking
  • Clear coating
  • Replacing windows and doors


Interior Remodeling
Upgrading older kitchens and bathrooms, or adding an addition will add newer features and value to those rooms.  Like any remodeling project, there are a number of details to address.  These include:


  • Planning/Designing
  • Selecting cabinets, countertops, flooring, fixtures, kitchen/bath hardware, lighting
  • Working with a contractor who can arrange for carpentry, plumbing and electrical work to be done.  Also someone who can install new flooring or refinish existing floors.
  • For log home owners, it also means having someone who can repair and refinish interior logs.

Let Log Home Restoration Specialists Help
Log Home Restoration Specialists can walk you through the process, explain your options and tailor the project to your budget. 


As a specialist in the refinishing and restoring of log homes, LHRS has the experience and expertise to restore your home to its original beauty and charm.


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   Interior Refinishing and Remodeling

Peter Rosi, Owner

Interior Maintenance Needed for All Log Homes

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Getting Started
Redoing the interior of your log home entails a number of decisions.  Do you want to refinish every room, or just remodel certain areas?  Do you need to replace doors and windows?  Does the flooring need replaced or refinished?

Interior Refinishing
Refinishing and restoring your home’s interior logs including ceilings, walls and floors, is a big job.  It normally entails finding another place to live while the work is being done.  Interior maintenance includes:


Because the exterior of a home is exposed to the elements including rain, sun, ice and insects, there typically is more maintenance associated with the outside of your log home than the inside.

This doesn’t mean you can ignore the interior of your log home.  Over time finishes fade, water damage may occur, drafts from windows and doors develop, and rooms like kitchens and baths just become outdated.

Refinishing and remodeling your log home can brighten the interior and make it feel like new.  Remodeling kitchens and bath rooms can also add new features, comfort and value to your home.

Cob blasting, sanding, staining and clear coating all add to the look of a new room.

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765.838.8092