• Butt and Pass Corner System

  • Saddle Notch Corner System

Butt and Pass ProfileThe Butt & Pass corner system is a very popular option among most log home owners because of its traditional (yet modern) log home look and overall cost effectiveness.  The butt & pass corner incorporates a method where one log extends past the adjoining corner, while the opposing log butts up against it, creating a uniform and symmetric pattern that many people associate with log home living.

Built to fit all available siding profiles.

Saddle Notch ProfileThe Saddle Notch corner system is another popular option, often characterized as being rustic and hand-crafted.  The saddle notch joint is one where each log end is notched on the bottom, in the shape of the log receiving it; this provides a locking system where each log stacks snuggly over the other—creating a secure corner with a precision fit.

Built to fit all available siding profiles.

Vertical Post ProfileThe Vertical Post corner is another common style for log homes, giving the exterior a formal and contemporary appearance.  The notched vertical post wraps tightly around the outside corner, with the log siding butting up against each side for an easy and secure installation.

Wood Types (Species): Northern White Cedar; Knotty Pine
Diameter: 6"  |  8"
Length: 8'  |  10'  |  12'  |  Custom lengths available
Profiles: Milled Smooth; Hand-Hewn


*Pricing Subject to change without notice.  Contact Us for full quote.