Commercial Projects

Log and Timber Frame Components are Perfect for Business

You have choices…

Log or timber frame construction are great choices for restaurants, inns, motels, hunting lodges, retreats, retail stores, clubs, golf resorts, churches, camp grounds, parks, gazeboes, pavilions and more.

When it comes to commercial building projects, business owners are looking for four main things: great location, cost effective buildings, a design that will stand out and draw attention to them and promote their brand and finally a building that will last.

“Timber construction and certainly log home construction is an impressive alternative for commercial building projects and a great alternative to steel structures,” says Mill Town’s owner,  Keith Ramsey.

Keith says that commercial buildings have unlimited design capabilities, with virtually any finish that meets your company’s needs, and you have a faster construction time than normal stick build facilities.

“Log and timber frame designs look great on the outside getting the attention you desire and have interiors that are a pleasure to do business in,” Keith pointed out. “You also have a distinctive interior that invites return visits and promotes people talking about the feel and look of your new business.”

Because Mill Town Log Cabins can help you design your project using energy-efficient Structural Insulated Panels (SIP), your non-residential project can be created using a variety of materials, including log, timber, stone, rock, metal, stucco, vinyl siding, wood siding, drywall and more. 

Read about how Honest Abe’s in-house design and drafting team helped a family expand their resort lodging and meeting space.

So if you want to stand out, want fast turnaround time, need to open as fast as possible and desire a building that will last for years to come and a building that will help your bottom line, we are ready to help. Mill Town Log Cabins will coordinate the design of your building and complete the construction of your new business.

Keith Ramsey

Owner, Mill Town Log Homes

The buildings you see here are examples of commercial structures, including a mountain lodge, a resort clubhouse, an office building, a golf club at a state park and the construction of a timber frame outdoor market.

Below is a retail store that includes Honest Abe Log Homes’ original model home combined with a new tiny home designed by Honest Abe.

Photo of golf course log clubhouse with green metal roof
Photo of a log lodge in a heavy snowfall
Photo of a log cabin under construction
Photo of a log clubhouse in a residential development
Photo of four story estate home on a hillside. The stacking porches provide views from each level of the house to the valley below