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The Sunrise Hunter wood cabin is a lodge-style cabin that is available in a variety of sizes, and styles of roofs including 5/12 pitch with a hinged porch roof, 12/ 12 with a hinged porch roof. Standard features of the cabin include the 16 rows of 4 x 6 logs (D logs butt and pass), a 5/12 pitch roof, a 2-inch tongue and groove floor with White Pine, a 32-inch entrance door, wood or half glass primed steel, optional 2 gable vents, loft above the optional porch, 30-year shingles or steel roof, stained with Perma-Chink, and 12/12 pitch roof available at select locations. The cabin is from Wayside Lawn Structures in Columbiana, Ohio. You'll find a wide variety of products including storage buildings, outdoor playsets for children, wooden and poly outdoor furniture, recreational log cabins, vinyl pergolas, decks, and fences. There are several log cabins to choose from in a variety of sizes and designs with something to suit your lifestyle and needs.
The Sunrise Hunter log cabin comes with everything you need for your cabin design. The cabin comes with beams, rafters, and trim. Upgrades to the cabin include the accent Burnt Pine, 20 LF interior wall, a rolling barn door, interior pine door for the closet, 4 closet drawers, a queen-size bed platform, 2 large drawers for under the queen-size bed, a 6.5-foot base cabinet with a maple top, 3 doors, and 3 drawers. The electrical package upgrades for the cabin include 2 porch light fixtures, a light fixture over the base cabinet, a ceiling fan/light combo, an exhaust fan, switches with cedar covers and terminations, receptacles with cedar covers, and terminations, a breaker panel with breakers. Plumbing upgrades for the cavin include a regular plumbing package with a 32-inch shower with head, 20-gallon water heater, toilet, 2 vanities with molded top and faucet, and stainless steel sink that is installed in the base cabinets, a hinged side porch roof, and an additional row of logs.
White Pine is strong, yet light. White Pine offers an incredible weight-to-performance ratio in terms of structural integrity due to its cellular structure. This makes it a good option when compared to other wood species or building materials. Additionally, proper kiln-drying of White Pine removes nearly all of the water trapped inside the wood, which eliminates that unnecessary weight, leaving a structurally-sound wood that is much easier to manage during the cabin construction process. Kiln drying also acts to pre-shrink the wood before milling, which produces greater long-term stability by minimizing any future expansion or contraction of the wood.
White Pine is a good choice when it comes to wood cabin builds. Some of the benefits of White Pine is that it has a straight, even grain pattern that lends to its overall sophisticated look. White Pine is a beautiful choice when it comes to log house construction and cabin building. The wood is versatile and offers strength that helps to contribute to its popularity in cabin building across North America.
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