Often we find that we have to re-notch an antique cabin… here’s a close-up photo showing our workmanship on creating new half-dovetail joints.
It’s not uncommon to find that the corners of old log cabins have experienced tremendous weather exposure and eventually rot out. Other reasons to re-notch a cabin include the replacement of rotted logs (as you can see in this “before” photo and the “after” one with replacement vintage logs in place). Also sometimes people want taller ceilings or window and door openings to be changed.
Originally posted 2015-02-08 23:15:03.