The logs are then stacked and covered with a special tarp that allows air to circulate and dry them while keeping out the rain. The logs are stored this way for 1 to 3 years.
At the end of that time, the logs are peeled with planers and draw knives for a smooth finish (Right). Only now are the logs ready to be used in a Koski log home.






More measurements are made after the log is in place.

The log then comes off the house and the final scribe cut is made on the ground.

Precise measurements are essential in building a Koski log home. After a log is chosen for a particular spot on a house, rough cuttings and notches are made before it is lifted into place by a crane.


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