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If you want to know what makes up a modern log home or timber frame building... or what is meant by terms such as Swedish cope, butt-and-pass, clean peeled logs or saddle notch corners, then you may need a crash course in LogHomeology! Or maybe just a good reference source.
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Finally a consumer education resource for people who were not raised in the Northwoods, or grew up with with Babe the blue ox. The science behind a log home or timber frame building is alien to most of us... now you have a convenient knowledgebase.
What we are creating with Loghomeology.com is a glossary of terms and phrases associated with log homes and timber frame structures and building methods. In addition, where appropriate we include pictures or drawings of the term being presented. If we missed something PLEASE email us with your suggestions.
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The methodology behind half-timbered construction in which a visible skeletal frame supports the structure. This is also referred to as "timber frame" construction, a building method using mortise and tenon joinery that is centuries old.
Acknowledgment: The Log Cabin Directory