Amish Handmade- Centuries of Craftsmanship.
Welcome to Montana’s premier Amish log home builders. Our families’ Amish roots come from 1600s Europe. Handcrafting and fine woodworking was brought to the New World in the early 1700s where the Amish built massive timber frame barns and frame homes. The heritage of master crafting using trees from the forest and building large wooden barns was passed on to our father Ora. His barn building legacy in Indiana was brought to Montana in 1975 and continues today by the families’ third and soon fourth generation of Log Home builders after him in Meadowlark Log Homes.
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Meadowlark’s log building methods were developed in the 1970s and are a unique combination of milling, cutting, hand-peeling, fastening and notching that set us apart from others in the simplicity of the flat-on-flat log. While other log styles have their place, our design is incredibly strong, simple, and has the look and feel of a high-end work of log art. Our philosophy is simple: Provide the highest quality handmade log homes and related products. Meadowlark’s product line reflects decades of quality and design innovation. All our products are environmentally friendly using logs that are removed by forest thinning- so every tree our loggers remove allows the forest to breathe and be more healthy. Log homes are very earth friendly structures because trees are a renewable resource.
Many customers want to know what actually comes with the log packages featured on this website and how much it will cost for a completed home, so we have assembled the answers below:
What’s Included In Log Package?
What’s Not Included In Log Package?
What’s Total Cost Estimate Of Completed Log Home?