One of the common ways that many log home suppliers offer their products to potential customers is to give them a log home “kit” or “package” price. This price differs widely from company to company, each with its own combination of materials. Offerings range from providing: ...a random bunch of logs (freight is often not included and 'extra') ...complete construction (“turnkey” pricing) ...everything in between. For many clients, this approach is not only confusing but often times misleading and hard to compare one company with another. It also doesn’t answer the two most important questions in building a home…
“What will it cost to build the home I want?”
...and (here is the most overlooked question of all)
“What level of quality can I expect?"
Honka is the largest log home supplier in the world. Honka has provided the highest quality log home building components used in building luxury log cabins, homes and commercial projects for over 50 years to a discriminating international market - that's experience! We can arrange for you to see a completed Honka home so you can see the quality for yourself; you can also see a 12,000 square foot commercial building constructed of Honka log components in Evergreen, Colorado.
Honka's log structures range from 1,000 square feet in size to 100,000 square feet.
"What will my log home cost?"
A typical 1,000 square foot cabin might start with a Honka component cost of $60,000. Depending on building site development costs, complexity of design, and level of finishes, complete construction costs ("turnkey"pricing) would be in the $200,000 to $300,000 range.
Because there are so many options and variables in any home design, it is difficult to provide accurate cost estimates until we can explore a series of questions with you. Until then, we can make some assumptions and provide you with estimated Honka components, adding options as you request them.
"What is typically included?"
The basic Honka components order typically includes:
Drawings of the detailed design modified to meet local codes. -Engineering and stamp are not included and will need to be provided by an engineer licensed in your building area. Main level logs to a specified stack height. -Pre-cut to size, pre-drilled for electrical, and tagged for assembly. Interior posts, if they are required. Exposed log beams, if they are required. Gable/upper level interior and exterior siding -Basic design assumes gables/upper levels are framed. Freight to build site where house will be built. -As close as a 40’ container can be safely delivered.
In addition to a basic order, we can also supply a series of Honka options. These can include windows, interior and exterior doors, ceiling paneling, framed wall paneling, flooring, trim, interior and exterior railings, trusses and more.