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  • on Angie's List for 8 years
M&M Log Home Care specializes in nationwide log home restoration and log home repair. We have extensive knowledge and experience in the restoration of hundreds of log homes, cabins and buildings. Logs needing replacement can be matched using the same method, building style, and precision as the original building! We strip old finishes, apply treatments to help stop rot and bugs in the logs, apply the latest finishes for log homes and chinking and caulking to seal your log home from the elements. We prefer to corn cob blast old finishes off since it is a dry process. Corn blasting is a finish removal system that combines high volume compressed air with a special corncob blasting media. Power washing and chemical strippers require the user to apply large amounts of water to the logs. This requires a drying time before the stain can be applied. Power washing can also leak inside, leaving stains on the interior logs, ruin flooring and cause a host of other unforeseen problems. Choosing a log home stain can be one of the most important decisions to make with your log home. If the wrong materials are applied, it can become very costly to remove and start over. Always use a good quality stain that is made for log homes. It needs to be able to sustain all the movement in the logs caused by temperature change and not crack or peel from it. NEVER use paint on your log home. Caulk and chink for your log home. Which one is right for you? The rule of thumb is if the gap between log courses is ¾ of inch or less, you should use caulk. If it is larger than ¾ of an inch, you should use chink. These products are designed to withstand the movement of your log home in these applications.
Traverse City, MI