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NOTICE ''The photographs, renderings, floor plans, descriptive material, trademarks and sen-ice marks contained in this brochure are the property of Sattenvhite Log Homes, Inc. All rights are reserved herein under copyright laws and trademark laws." June 2018, Sattenvhite Log Homes; 8405 US Hwy. 259N; Longview, Texas 75605

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The Satterwhite Difference As you browse our website or look at our literature, you'll see lots of pretty pictures and many enticing floor plans. You'll see how Satterwhite does things and why. But I can summarize what you should remember about us that sets us apart, and why you should join our family of log home owners in just a few words. Commitment

Satterwhite Log Homes is in our

fiftlh decade of building and providing materials for quality log cabins, log

homes, and log commercial struc­

tures. We are committed to what

we do and how we do it. We have

four locations to help us better

serve our customers.

Family Owned.

The Satterwhite Family is "All In"

with this family business and pre­

paring our third generation to work

hard for you. We have employees

and crews who have served our

customers for 20, 30, even 40

years. Some of our employees are second and third generation.

Dry Logs

We are fanatics about using dry

and settling than almost all of the log

home industry.

Flexibility

Our floor plans or yours, no problem! Satterwhite offers a combined total

of over 75 floor plans to choose from or make changes to. However, our design department can also help

design your one-of-a-kind dream log home.

Satterwhite offers one of the most

comprehensive material packages in the industry. However, you can purchase as much or as little as you like.

We offer shell construction in nine

southern states. Satterwhite crews

have a combined total of 244 years

experience building ONLY Satterwhite log homes.

house logs to build stable, strong

From Forest to Jobsite

with its great insulating proper­

because it's Satterwhite from forest

log homes. Dead-standing timber,

We are able to offer mill-direct pricing

ties, provides us with the perfect

to job site. You are buying from the

we are assured less shrinkage

lumber yard, and builder, all in one.

bui \ding material. With dry timber

timber company, logger, sawmill,

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Our History SA"ITERWHITE LOG HOMES began with humble beginnings: and we are still humble, (and a little proud). Our journey is truly an example of hard work, perseverance, and a great group of employees.

Early days...

Sam Satterwhite left college in 1973,

lacking a semester of graduating, to start his own business. With plans

to use his real estate broker's license

to sell farm and ranch properties, he

decided to first built his own home which was a brick A-frame, quite

different for conservative East Texas.

A friend of his in the timber business

stopped by one day and asked him,

"If you'll build something as different as an A-frame, would you consider building me a log home?"

Sam began building that first log

home near Henderson, Texas in late

1974. Sam's first secretary was

Travonda Nicholas, who later became Travonda Satterwhite

House logs for that first "Log Cabin"

were milled from dead-standing

Engelmann Spruce from Colorado. Using dry wood made sense then

and it still does!

Sam and Travonda married in the

fall of 1976 and a lifelong partner­

ship began. Satterwhite Log Homes moved from the A-frame into a

small 14 x 20 log cabin. Using an old

Beginning in 1983 Satterwhite began

Georgia. The combination office and

Forest Service and sawing and plan­

many times as being the "most beau­

buying dead-standing timber from the ing it themselves. That first sawmill

operation was in Gypsum, Colorado. In

model home has been complimented tiful log model home in the Eastern

United States;· and it serves that part

1977 that sawmill was moved to its

of the country. We also have a ware­

As business grew, Longview became

Built in 2016, Satterwhite has a

present location in Gunnison, Utah.

headquarters, and offices moved into

house there, with delivery capabilities.

sawmill facility in Chama, New Mexico. It was built to saw rough lumber and

teacher's desk, a typewriter from

a new building, always expanding. The

Monroe adding machine purchased

were used as models for the compa­

we harvest in Southern Colorado and

Lindsey - realized that normal peo-

build a log office there.

through their homes six days a week.

eringly believed that dead-standing

Travonda's parent's home, and an old

Satterwhites' homes over the years

from a used office equipment store,

ny until the kids - Christi, Nick, and

manned the office during the day

ple didn't have strangers wandering

an office was established. Travonda

while Sam worked building log homes.

Appointments with customers were

Today

no formal training, Travonda drew the

Today Satterwhite has two models

estimating at night

rooms there. At Longview, there is

held during the evening hours. With early floor plans. Sam would do the Business flourished, and within 6

months Sam was that mill's best

customer. Soon their capacity was

not enough, so Satterwhite started

purchasing from other mills. By 1978,

Satterwhite was buying timbers, or

"cants;' all over the West and having them custom planed.

timbers from dead-standing Spruce Northern New Mexico. Plans are to

For all these years, we have unwav­

timber is the best building material for

near the headquarters, plus show­

a log home lumberyard; specialty

shop for mantels, tables, and custom cutting; warehouses, mill, and distri­

log homes, and we've had wonderful

people to do the work that allowed us to grow, prosper, and build our

reputation.

Our folks come to work for a livelihood,

not just a job. Many have retired after

bution. T he Longview headquarters

decades, and many current employees

a sprawling 16,000 square feet Built

company 20, 30, even 40 years.

building is like Johnny Cash's Cadillac, in 1982, '85, '87, and 2000!

Our Utah facility is a 100+ acre log

have been a critical part of the

Travonda and Sam are still at the helm, and the entire Satterwhite

yard mill, warehouses, and office

family is involved. We are a family

office provides full service for the

the Satterwhites, but everybody

facility, built from 1997 to 2010. The Western US, and features Swedish

Cope 7" and 12" construction. Any of

our products can be purchased there. In 2006, we set up an office in the

Blue Ridge Mountains at Ellijay,

business, but to us, family is not just

in our company family! (Bill Snow,

Satterwhite's first customer, stills

stops by often. He even came to work as our Forester for about 15 years,

until retiring a few years back!)

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Why do we not use locally grown Southern Yellow Pine or Eastern White Pine for our log homes? It sure would make our lives simpler!

High and Dry

Why do we not use locally grown Southern Yellow Pine or Eastern White Pine for our log homes? It sure would make our lives simpler! We believe, first and foremost, that log home logs are best if they are dry. (To us, dry means below 17% moisture content all the way through!) Southern Yellow or Eastern White Pine are not found in commercially adequate stands of dry dead trees, so they would have to be sawed green, then dried in a kiln. That process causes twisting and difficulty in getting the heart of a timber dry enough for our standards.

By using dry wood, shrinkage has already occurred. Most wood species shrink from 7-12% in size as they go from their green state to dry. In a log cabin, that shrinkage is multiplied as settling in a log wall. Imagine of 8 courses, or layers, of logs each shrinking an inch after your cabin or house is built. The result is a wall system that has huge gaps between the logs or a wall

that is 8 inches shorter a couple of years later! By using pre-dried logs, almost all of that shrinkage and subsequent settling, has already happened prior to construction.

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off the trees, strangling the nutrient flow. These insects feed on the cambium layer under the bark and are not interested in the wood underneath.

In the inter-mountain West, bark beetles have ravaged huge forest of Lodge-pole Pine and Engelmann Spruce. The Spruce grows high in the Rockies, beginning in the Aspen band and growing up to the tree line. There the growing season is short (so is the logging season!) So, trees grow very slowly. Growth rings are very close together so the wood is very stable. We harvest this bug-killed timber which in most cases has been standing at 10,000 feet for years so that it is dry to the heart, or almost. The bark beetles that kill the trees literally mine the bark

Our Utah mill is located (not accidentally) in a high desert at about 5,200 feet, so that Spruce lumber not already dry can easily be air-dried to our desired moisture contact. This type of wood has been Satterwhite's source since 1974. It has served us, and you as a homeowner well.

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Satterwhite Log Ho111es and Stewardship For all these years, Sattel"W'hite has prided ourselves in using dead-standing Engelmann Spruce, found in the higher elevations, for our house logs and many components of our houses.

Conservation and Commitment

Most of this Spruce is located in our

National Forests and managed by the

U.S. Forest Service. As we perform

our logging and hauling, we are under stringent regulations to protect the

land, watersheds, and residual timber

for the good of us all.

Efficiency

By logging dead timber, weights are greatly decreased both for

hauling logs to the mill and hauling finished products to the jobsite,

thus more board footage is

moved per truck, decreasing fuel consumption per board foot and

saving transportation cost. We are conservationists who believe

that the resources God has blessed

At our mills, we are constantly

trying to saw more efficiently, as

us with have to be used wisely.

well as saw for the highest and

Service. We don't try to cut corners;

offers a myriad of sizes in our

Forest Service and our timber sales

wishes of our customers, and to best utilize our log supply, since

Satterwhite works well with the Forest

thus, we have many friends in the

have even been used for congressional

tours to show the right way to log dead timber.

best use of each log. Satterwhite

products. We do this to satisfy the

logs come to us in all sizes and

with numerous combinations of product sizes that can be sawn.

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We even maximize the use of ou� by-l)roducts so that none of tlie tree is wasted. We make firewood, usable slabs, sawdust, chi12s, and are seP.arate • • I• round mulcti landscaP.e mulch, animal al bedding, and l)acking material. At our Utati P.lant, the vast majority is used

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Log Hontes and Energy Efficiency. Properly built log homes are extremely energy efficient, even though "R Factor" ratings may not indicate so.

has shown a 5 ½"- 6" thick log wall to be at least equivalent to R-19 conventional construction. Satterwhite's dry log walls with good quality windows, coupled with spray foam insulation in the roof system can assure you a very well-insulated, energy efficient home

High and Dry

for decades to come!

Properly built log homes are extremely energy efficient, although a strict application of "R" factor would make one think otherwise. "R" factor determination is a lab test which does not take into consideration real world factors that can dramatically alter thermal performance. "R" factor was derived by the fiberglass insulation industry to tout their products. You wouldn't expect them to devise a test to make other products to look better than theirs, would you?

Energy Efficiency Text book "R" factor rating gives wood only about 1.25 "R's" per inch of thick­ ness, but actual comparisons of walls 10 1953CXl_Satterwhtte_TXT.indd 10

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Pick the Purchase Plan That's Right for You Three Ways to Buy

You can purchase your Satterwhite home in one of three ways: The Constructed Shell, the Material Package and the Log Package. There are unique benefits to all three so read the following passage carefully to decide which plan is right for you.

OPTION t. We Build It.

Building a log home is usually easier and faster than constructing a conventional home, but it is different. Satterwhite Log Homes offers a con­ structed shell option in most southern states.

A constructed shell built by a Satterwhite crew offers you both the co nvenience and the securi­ ty of using professional crews, who have experi­

ence erecting a log shell from the foundation up.

Constructed Shell Components

• Labor - Our experienced crews construct your dried-in shell • Foundation with (some restrictions) ■ Roughed-in plumbing (some restrictions) • Log walls • Roughed-in Electrical (in log walls only)

• First floor framing and sub-flooring (only for wood foundations) ■ Interior partition wall framing

• Roof framing system • Decking and synthetic felt paper underlayment ■ Shingles (Fiberglass base, composition), no labor • Gable framing and siding

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Attic ventilation (if required) Windows and exterior doors Exterior window and door trim Exterior trim ■ Porches, carports and garages (if shown on plan) ■ Stairway framing (if two-story) ■ Second floor framing (if two-story) ■ Second floor subflooring (if two-story)

OPTION 2. You Build it.

If you're beyond our constructed shell range or if you're a confirmed do-it-yourselfer, our comprehensive Material Package is right for you 1 Satterwhite is also proud to work with your local contractor. Our back-to-basics construction techniques make this a popular option for many of our hands-on customers. The Material Package also gives the cost-conscious the advantage of Satterwhite quality at a great price. What's more, with our vast inventory of building supplies, Satterwhite Log Homes can ship your

OPTION 3. Logs Only

The Exterior Log Package is a cost-effective way to purchase the bare bones of your log home i.e., logs, caulking, or screws. Using your plan, we can help you calculate

quantities of logs, caulking and screws. • Log walls

■ Polyurethane caulking

■ 9'; 11" or 15" log screws • Sill sealer gasket

material package quickly.

Material Package Components

We deliver to your jobsite practically everything you need to dry-in your home

■ Foundation framing (if using wood foundation) ■ First floor framing and subflooring (if using wood foundation ■ Log walls ■ Romex and electrical boxes (for log walls only) ■ Interior partition wall framing

If you elect to purchase materials only, Satterwhite Log Hornes rents Makita circular saws for a nominal fee. In certain areas of the country, we might even be able to recommend an experienced, reputa­ ble contractor. If you have questions, we're as close as the phone. Shipping and sales tax are not included in the total price.

■ Roof framing system ■ Decking and synthetic felt underlayment ■ Shingles (fiberglass base, composition) ■ Gable framing and siding

• Windows and exterior doors ■ Exterior window and door trim • Materials to build porches, carports and garages (if shown on plan)

■ Stairway framing (if two-story) ■ Second floor framing (if two-story) • Second floor sub-flooring (if two-story) 12

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Constructed Shell Co1nponents (We Build It) 1. Concrete slab foundation (within

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

200-mile radius) Roughed-in plumbing (some restrictions) Sill sealer gasket under bottom log for vapor barrier Polyurethane caulking on outside edge of sill seal gasket and on interior at log and foundation joint ½" x 14" anchor bolts to secure to concrete slab Variety of different profiles of house logs milled from dead-standing timber 9", 11·; or 15" log screws

15. 1¼" x 8 " Tongue & groove spruce birdblock 16. 1¼" x 8" Tongue & groove spruce decking exposed 17, Engineered roof trusses or conventional framed roof structure 18. 5/8" CD plywood decking 19. Synthetic roof underlayment 20. Fiberglass base composition shingles (no labor) 21. 2" x 8" rough cedar fascia 22. 1" x 12" Rough cedar board and batt gable ends

8. Vinyl, single hung, Low E insulated glass windows (meeting 2015 International Residential Code ). 9. Roughed-in electrical (log walls only) 10. Exterior entry doors 11. 2" x 4" Rough cedar exterior window and door trim 12. 4" x 6" Rough cedar porch posts, bracing. and girder 13. 2" x 4" Rough cedar porch railing (where applicable) 14. 4" x 6" rough spruce rafters 48" o.c.

23. Rough cedar barge rafters 24. 1¼" x 8" tongue and groove spruce decking at overhang 25. 7/16" OSB Plywood 26. 30# Felt 27. Interior Partition Framing Applicable if Two-Story: 28. Stairway Framing 29. Second floor framing 30. One layer 1'/8" Weyerhaeuser Gold flooring

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From Dead 1ree To Finished HouseLog. Our dead spruce logs are "bucked" or cut to length and carried by articulated loaders to the sawmill infeed deck. At the Sawmill

Our dead spruce logs are "bucked" or

cut to length and carried by articulated loaders to the sawmill infeed deck.

They are advance to the carriage where our sawyer quickly assesses what can

be produced from logs that may range

in diameter from 6" to 36''. He must

"see" rectangles to be yielded from a

circle, in sizes that fit our many product

requirements. The rectangles he cuts with an old-fashioned circle saw mill

proceed via roller conveyors through or past edgers and slab recovery saws to

become "cants" or timbers destined to

be house logs, decking, siding, rafters,

other finished products.

Those "cants" which will be house logs are moisture tested, every piece! If

they meet our dryness standard, they are marked as "dry" and packaged

to proceed to the planer mill. If they

almost, but not quite meet the standard, they are stacked on our drying yard in

a desert environment, and they wait

for weeks or months to be retested. If

they are wet, they immediately return

through the mill to be sawed into thin­

ner lumber products, so they can never become a log in the wall of a home.

Planing

The dry cants are moved to the planing mill, where they are end trimmed, then

go through a massive 16,000-pound

planer which "sizes': cuts tongues

and grooves, and shapes or "profiles" the exterior faces of "D" or Smokey

Mountain logs. At this point {and at other

previous points) grading occurs. Our

graders are certified through TPI {Timber

Products Inspection), a 3rd party grad­

ing agency. After passing strict criteria,

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Corner Detail Options DOVETAIL

SADDLE NOTCH

Butt and Pass

Dovetail

Saddle Notch

This is the standard corner design used

This type of corner is offered in all of our

Saddle Notch corners are standard on

in our published pricing. Butt & Pass

Smokey Mountain sizes and all of our

Swedish Cope house log designs. This

corner construction can be used with all of

"D-Shaped" house logs except the 6 x 6.

type of corner is necessary with a full round

our house logs except the Swedish Cope.

Building with this type of corner requires a

house log to assure a perfectly fitting

The butt and pass stacking is alternated

detailed cutting order so that butt joints are

corner. Again, special tooling is required

with each course. Our polyurethane caulk

minimized and staggered in the log wall.

to make these accurate cuts. We have the

is applied in these butt joints as well as

A special designed jig is used to make these

capacity to also Saddle Notch our O-Shaped

between each course.

cuts assuring a consistent, tight fitting corner.

and Smokey Mountain designs.

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Log Style Options

6"X6" D-SHAPED

7" SWEDISH COPE

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D-SHAPED

6"XB" D-SHAPEO

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10" SWEDISH COPE

Choosing the right house log With so many choices, which log

do you choose to build your dream home with? Most folks seem to have a very defi­ nite opinion of which log they prefer. The "D-Shaped" house log being our "tried and true" offers you a rounded exterior surface, while maintaining a flat inner surface. A flat inner surface

B" X8" 0-SHAPED

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makes the interior framing and

house log is milled with a "chinking

For those customers wanting a true

finishing much easier, not having

groove". Customers may do one

round log look, they choose the

to contend with a round surface.

of 3 things. They might apply a

Swedish Cope design, offering the

Surface enhancements such as

modern-day chinking product, a

hewing or draw-knifing are also

chink paint, or they might decide

full-round appearance in and out. This house log comes in a variety of

offered for either surface.

to leave it unfilled. Most folks

sizes. It also can be used to create

choose to use the "Dovetail"

the dramatic sculpted corner. A more

corner with this house log to

hand-crafted appearance can be

The Smokey Mountain house log has a very definite tie to colonial times

create a more authentic look.

and Appalachian construction. This

achieved by draw-knifing the surfaces of the Swedish Cope log.

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A Few F.A.Q.'s If reading a brochure from cover to cover is not something you can find time to do. We have tried to hit the high spots with the most commonly asked questions and their answers. ''How are the electrical and plumbing installed?"

Most electrical wiring is run behind

the interior window and door trim.

Holes are drilled from these openings

to electrical outlets and switches

and from tops of windows and doors

through upper logs to the attic. Wire

is pulled through, leaving enough of a tail for an electrician to run to the

nearest junction box.

Want an outlet in the middle of a

log wall? The wiring can be hidden between logs as the walls are being raised.

As with a conventional home,

plumbing is installed in interior stud partitions.

• Porches provide protection from

the elements, while adding extra outdoor living space.

• Minimum three-foot overhangs on

exposed log walls offering addition­

al protection from moisture and the

sun for a lifetime of beautiful log

home living.

• Site your home within existing

trees for shade and protection from damaging ultraviolet rays.

''What about maintenance?"

faces is also a requisite for a beautiful,

money to preserve your log home's

coating system provides protection

It is necessary to invest time and

natural beauty and longevity.

However, there are several design

considerations that provide the max­

imum protection for your investment.

Periodically sealing the wood's sur­

well-maintained home. An exterior

from the sun's damaging ultraviolet rays. It also minimizes the natural

shrinking and swelling that occurs with long exposure to moisture.

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Log home loans are sold on the- second­ ary market to FNMA (Federal National Mortgage Association), insurance companies. etc.-just like conventional home loans. The mortgage industry r�alizes log homes are her� to_stay,_so financing is easy. _ __ -- .-·

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More Frequently Asked Questions Porches provide protection for the logs, add an energy efficiency benefit, and offer great spaces for outdoor living. We suggest 36" overhangs for walls not covered by porches. Depending on your homes exposure and location, we suggest periodic treatment of the log surfaces to insure a beautiful home for years to come.

'Where is your wood found, and what species is it? Our house logs originate in the higher altitudes of the Rocky Mountains. Most of our logging is in National Forests. The U.S. Forest Service monitors our logging practices. Harvesting dead timber clears the way for replanting. Our manufacturing plant is in Gunnison. Utah. Engelmann spruce is our primary source of wood. The logging site may also yield an occasional Lodge-pole pine.

'What is the moisture content of your logs? Satterwhite logs are moisture tested at several stages during our man­ ufacturing process. Our grading agency requires 16.9% or less. Our dead-standing timber is usually in the 12% to 15% range.

How much settling or shrinking should I expect in the walls? Wood is a naturally porous material that shrinks and swells. Using dead-standing timber keeps such movement to a minimum, so that set­ tling allowances are unnecessary.

What about bugs and termites? Termites are rarely a problem, though it is a common concern. As with a conventional home, pretreat the foun­ dation and have periodic inspections. And keep the bottom courses of logs free of moisture and soil.

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Are the logs precut in your material package? No, we do not precut. Random

length logs permit the customer

more flexibility in log placement and

What is included in your shell construction?

Shell construction includes the

materials and labor for the concrete

Where do you ship and how much does it cost? Satterwhite Log Homes ships

materials all over the continental U.S. Overseas shipments are delivered to

design. Cutting on-site is as fast and

slab, roughed-in plumbing, exterior

the nearest U.S. port. The customer

numbered log in a precut package. It

roof system, decking, tar paper,

shipping beyond this point.

additional handling charges.

doors and windows. The shipping

easy as trying to locate the correctly

also saves you money by eliminating

Are your logs treated with chemicals?

No! We believe your home should

provide a safe, chemical-free envi­ ronment for you and your family.

Where do you build

constructed shells?

Contact your sales representative

for a list of states that we offer constructed shells.

Beyond these states, we may be

able to help you find a local builder

experienced with Satterwhite logs.

log walls, interior partition framing, shingles, exterior trim, and exterior

costs are also included.

Note: At certain distances, there are

is responsible for containerizing and Delivery charges are calculated

per mile per truck. Because

transportation costs fluctuate,

please call our location nearest you

style requires that rigid foam

insulation be incorporated into the roofing system.

Can we purchase just the materials and build the home ourselves? Can our builder do the construction?

Yes1 Of the hundreds of homes

we selI each year, close to half are

constructed by other contractors or

individuals themselves.

roofing and foundation restrictions,

for current rates.

is far more economical for the

Do you do turnkey construction?

in the industry. Also included is a

A local general contractor is the

detailed instruction on log wall

due to travel-related expenses. It homeowner to use local labor to accomplish these tasks.

What type of foundation is better, slab or pier and beam? Can a log home be built on a basement? Log homes can be built on any

foundation that other homes are built upon, including basements.

Floor plan size, customer prefer­

ence, and building site (soil and slope), are important factors in

determining which foundation

No, we only build the exterior shell.

most efficient and cost-effective

way of completing your home.

Our sales force may be able to

refer you to a contractor that is

experienced in completing our

shells. Many of our customers act

as their contractors, and most do

some of the work themselves.

How do you insulate the roof?

Most of our customers are choos-

is best suited and most economical

ing to use spray foam insulation.

houses are built on slab foundation.

is still an option. Attic insulation is not

for each job. The majority of our

However, conventional batt insulation

Satterwhite offers one of the most

comprehensive "Material Packages"

Construction Manual, which offers

erection. And your salesman is

just a phone call away if you have questions.

Can we use our own plans or can we make changes to your plans? Yes! We are totally custom, and welcome modifications to our standard plans. Our in-house

design department is available for

a nominal fee to make these

changes or design a home to fit

your family's needs and budget.

provided by Satterwhite Log Homes. In some cases, a roof's construction

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Choosing a noor Plan for Your Dreazn Log Ho�e Satterwhite's standard floor plans are a starting point

for your log home adventure. One-of-a-kind Custom plan

Whether you're looking for a rustic

retreat or a rambling ranch, our in­

house designers can easily modify one of Satterwhite's standard floor plans

or they can help you design a one-of­ a-kind custom plan.

Bring us your napkin sketches, your

home computer creations, or even You will notice in our Photo Gallery,

the word "Modified" is used in almost

every photo shoot. These photographs represent a customer making one of

our standard plans their own.

Design Your Own Home.

Please do not walk away if you do not

see your plan in our array of offerings.

There is no penalty or up-charge for not using one of our standard floor

plans. Satterwhite Log Homes is not a "kit" company. There is no precutting

or prefabrication involved in our

a floor plan of a conventional home.

Our design team can bring your

ideas to life. There is a nominal fee for this service.

When choosing or designing a floor

plan, learning to visually "walk

through" a floor plan insures that

your home will fit your life style,

your family and your furniture.

There are furniture templates avail­ able that will allow you to actually

place your furniture in the rooms to

be sure that everything works.

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Does your family enjoyed spending

a lot of time outdoors? Be sure

to include plenty of outdoor living

space. Consider multiple use space

such as a carport. Pull the cars

out and you have a great outdoor space for that family reunion or

birthday party.

We really like porches for several reasons. 1. Your maintenance is

considerably less. 2. You realize tremendous energy savings. 3.

Additional outdoor living space. Several of our standard plans

incorporate an attic frame roof

truss system which allows you

to add second floor areas more

economically that building a larger

one-story home.

On the following pages, you'll find standard floor plans and color

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renderings. Although every effort was made for accurate representations,

there may be some discrepancies.

For instance, room sizes are rounded

to the nearest foot. Accurate floor

plans are mandatory for actual

building purposes.

The photographs in our Gallery illus­

trate the versatility of our product and

the wide array of finishing possibilities. Special thanks to our Satterwhite

customers who graciously allowed us to photograph their homes.

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4 bedrooms/ 4 baths

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Finished ........................................................................... 3,542 sq ft Covered Porch ................................................................ 1,966 sq ft Garage .................................................................................676 sq ft

SECOND LEVEL:

Finished ........................................................................... 1,603 sq ft Balcony ................................................................................ 192 sq ft Attic Storage (above garage) ............................................244 sq ft

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3,884 square feet of living area

4 bedrooms/ 4 baths

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Finished ............................................................................2,644 sq ft Covered Porch ................................................................. 1,472 sq ft Carport ................................................................................ 524 sq ft Storage .................................................................................. 32 sq ft

SECOND LEVEL:

Finished ............................................................................ 1,240 sq ft Balcony ................................................................................ 140 sq ft

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3,283 square feet of living area 4 bedrooms/ 4 baths

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Finished ............................................................................3,283 sq ft Covered Porch ................................................................. 1,616 sq ft Garage ................................................................................ 685 sq ft Attic Storage....................................................................... 312 sq ft

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2,892 square feet of living area

TA Te woud like to thank each and every one ofyou wbo have l

Y Y helped us to realize our dream ofowning a log home. Ti\le

4 bedrooms/ 2.5 baths

would be very happy to attest to the quality and workmanship of

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our construction crew. Unfortunately, it would take more than

Finished ............................................................................2,892 sq ft Covered Porch ................................................................. 1,280 sq ft Garage .................................................................................672 sq ft Attic Storage (above garage) ............................................240 sq ft

one sheet ofpaper. Once again, thank you from tl1e very bottom

ofour hearts.

Total Area Under Roof ..................................................... 5,084 sq ft

Michael & Connie I Jasper, MO

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2,831 square feet of living area 4 bedrooms / 4 baths

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Finished ........................................................................... 1,954 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................ 1,058 sq ft Exposed Deck .......................................................................72 sq ft Carport ................................................................................ 572 sq ft Storage ................................................................................ 176 sq ft

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Finished .............................................................................. 877 sq ft

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2,336 square feet of living area

TA Te have had our beautiful Satterwhite Log Homefar

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V V almost 2years andii is sti!I ajoy to us. We bmg 011

4 bedrooms/ 3 baths

Finished ............................................................................ 1,616 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................. 1,112 sq ft

Frank & Robin I Lake O' Pines, TX

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2,334 square feet of living area

TA Te to,,e our home so much. Were still at thatpoint that

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Y Y we can't beliew were really living in our drea,-n home.

4 bedrooms/ 4 baths

Finished ............................................................................ 1,756 sq ft Covered Porches ................................................................ 776 sq ft Exposed Deck .......................................................................72 sq ft Carport ................................................................................572 sq ft

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2,294 square feet of living area

ob andI tell eYeryone how please we are with our new log home and especially howpleased with t!,e way yo11r company does business. EYery person thnt we worked with was justgreat It's rare tofind so many people who takepride in what they do! Bob & WIiiie I Marshall, TX

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MAINLEVEL:

Finished ............................................................................ 1,616 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................. 1,112 sq ft

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3,610 square feet of living area

3 bedrooms/ 3.5 baths

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Finished ........................................................................... 2,303 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................. 1,725 sq ft

SECOND LEVEL: Finished ........................................................................... 1,307 sq ft Balcony ................................................................................ 184 sq ft

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3,156 square feet of living area

3 bedrooms/ 3.5 baths

MAINLEVEL:

Finished ........................................................................... 1,998 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................ 1,449 sq ft

SECOND LEVEL: Finished ............................................................................ 1,158 sq ft Balcony................................................................................ 181 sq ft Total Area Under Roof ..................................................... 4,786 sq ft

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TA Te had tlze opportunity to see your orgnnizationa!jamily

Y V in operation again. When we walked in the office the

3 bedrooms/ 3.5 baths

young lady at the deskprojected the smne.friendly atmosphere we have.felt each time we have been there. Sam, you certainly have 011 organization to be proud of There is a.friendlyfamily atmosphere which certainly indicates dedicated people. You can certainly be mightyproud.

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Finished ........................................................................... 2,046 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................. 1,311 sq ft Garage .................................................................................720 sq ft

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2,682 square feet of living area 3 bedrooms/ 2.5 baths

MAINLEVEL:

Finished ............................................................................ 1,750 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................ 1,380 sq ft Carport ............................................................................... 484 sq ft Storage ................................................................................ 176 sq ft

SECOND LEVEL: Finished .............................................................................. 932 sq ft Balcony................................................................................ 138 sq ft Total Area Under Roof ..................................................... 4,860 sq ft

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2,676 square feet of living area

TA Te still love ow· log home! This year in April we paid off

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Y V our log home loa11. This log home & 15 acres ofland is

3 bedrooms/ 3.5 baths

Finished ............................................................................2,676 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................. 1,812 sq ft

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2,460 square feet of living area

3 bedrooms/ 3.5 baths

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Finished ............................................................................ 1,756 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................ 1,298 sq ft Carport ............................................................................... 484 sq ft Storage ................................................................................ 176 sq ft

SECOND LEVEL: Fini shed ...............................................................................704 sq ft Total Area Under Roof ......................................................4,418 sq ft

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2,415 square feet of living area

3 bedrooms/ 2.5 baths MAJNLEVEL:

Finished ............................................................................ 2,415 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................... 837 sq ft Garage ................................................................................. 624 sq ft

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ur salesman was extremely attentive, easy to contact, and u most professional dring the planning, ordering, deliv­ ering and finally tbe rougbing in stages ofour log home. Even after the sale, he still patiently guided us ll1rough d1e staining process and answering other questions that arose. He helped make our experience in building a Jog cabin a trouble-free one. We have been very pleased and are anxious to be living in our own unique Satterwhite log cabin!"

3 bedrooms/ 3.5 baths

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Finished ............................................................................ 1,618 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................... 934 sq ft

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Finished ............................................................................... 742 sq ft

Total Area Under Roof ..................................................... 3,294 sq ft

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2,248 square feet of living area

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funds. Because of our budget, you assisted us in figuring and

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required a tremendous amount ofpatience and expertise on your part. Thanks to you and Satterwhite, our dream home is

re-.Bguring many times to stay within our budget. All of this

Finished .............................................................................. 584 sq ft

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wl would have written sooner. but, all I want to do in my spare time is sit ou(/ront in a fawn clu1ir and admire my BEAUTIFUL LOG HOME!!! I nm very impatient with our efforts lo cornplete the inside. l would like to compliment /he work our crew did. We haven well-built house and something more. We haw a part ifthosefine men who worked so hard and took such pride in their work. At Limes, I was� real sure but what they were building that housefor themselves!

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Finished ........................................................................... 1,600 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................... 600 sq ft

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extremely impressed by the professionalism and workma11ship

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ofthe construction crews who worked through the hottest part

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Total Area Under Roof ......................................................3,180 sq ft

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2,088 square feet of living area

TA Te continue to e11.joy our log home! Theres nothing to

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V V compare to the comforts oflog home living. We will

3 bedrooms/ 2.5 baths

and we are always happy lo show our home to anyone

Finished ........................................................................... 2,088 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................. 1,128 sq ft

interested in building a Jog home.

Total Area Under Roof ......................................................3,216 sq ft

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2,080 square feet of living area

3 bedrooms/ 2 baths

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Finished ........................................................................... 1,800 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................. 1,117 sq ft

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Finished .............................................................................. 280 sq ft

Total Area Under Roof ...................................................... 3,197 sq ft

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2,054 square feet of living area

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Eddie & Marie I Winona, TX

Finished ........................................................................... 1,280 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................... 480 sq ft

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2,045 square feet of living area

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nother year has gone by. Another year ofjoy in our Jog

home. Another year oftelling folks about it and braggfog

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and thankful for our snug and comfortable log home.

Finished ............................................................................ 2,045 sq ft Covered Porch ....................................................................773 sq ft Carport ................................................................................477 sq ft Storage ................................................................................. 58 sq ft

Edwin & Carol I Eros, LA

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3 bedrooms/ 2 baths MAJNLEVEL:

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plenty ofdisagreements. What a pleasant surprise you Satterwhite folks have been. No matter wlw I

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1,920 square feet of living area

3 bedrooms/ 2 baths MAINLEVEL:

Finished ........................................................................... 1,920 sq ft Covered Porch ................................................................. 1,168 sq ft Carport ................................................................................528 sq ft Storage ................................................................................ 176 sq ft Total Area Under Roof ..................................................... 3,729 sq ft

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1,600 square feet of living area

3 bedrooms/ 2 baths MAJNLEVEL:

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1,600 square feet of living area 3 bedrooms/ 2 baths

TA fe bave dreamed ofbaving a log l10me ever since we

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dream bas come true. We are so proud ofit. We wanted to

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commend the crew that came to build our new home. They

Finished ........................................................................... 1,600 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................... 600 sq ft

did an excellent job and several people commented on their

Total Area Under Roof ..................................................... 2,200 sq ft

workmanship. We are 100% pleased Our salesman was always l1elpful and considerate in every way. Thanks again to all

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3 bedrooms / 2 baths

lease accept tliis letter as a thank you for our house whid1 is

simply beautiful, but mosdy for the hard working and ded­

icated master carpenters that made the trip to Alabama one day

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and twelve days later completed our shell. This crew impressed us

Finished ........................................................................... 1,600 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................... 952 sq ft

as well as earned our respect."

Total Area Under Roof ..................................................... 2,552 sq ft

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hank you so mud1 for suggesting the "Choctaw" plan. It is perfect for our family. We are truly happy that we built a Satterwhite log home. It is so quiet that I can't even bear my husband drive up! Our home is truly breathtaking.

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Finished ............................................................................ 1,020 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................... 300 sq ft

hood and we have received uncountable compliments from

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Total Area Under Roof ..................................................... 1,853 sq ft

forward to the mru1y wonderful years ahead living ru1d raising a family in our dream home. Larry & Tamara Austin, TX

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2,212 square feet of living area 2 bedrooms/ 2 baths

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Finished ........................................................................... 2,032 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................. 1,716 sq ft Carport ............................................................................... 484 sq ft Storage ................................................................................ 176 sq ft

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2,176 square feet of living area

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Finished ............................................................................ 2,176 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................ 1,488 sq ft Total Area Under Roof ..................................................... 3,664 sq ft

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2 bedrooms/ 2 baths

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2 bedrooms/ 2.5 baths

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Finished ............................................................................ 1,102 sq ft Covered Porches ................................................................ 410 sq ft

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Finished .............................................................................. 660 sq ft Balcony ..................................................................................78 sq ft

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1,639 square feet of living area

2 bedrooms/ 2.5 baths

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Finished ........................................................................... 1,260 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................... 840 sq ft

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2 bedrooms/ 1 baths MAINLEVEL:

Finished ........................................................................... 1,260 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................. 1,104 sq ft

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1,586 square feet of living area

2 bedrooms/ 2.5 baths

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Finished ............................................................................ 1,024 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................... 384 sq ft

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1,517 square feet of living area

2 bedrooms/ 2.5 baths

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Finished ............................................................................ 1,024 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................... 384 sq ft

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Finished .............................................................................. 493 sq ft Total Area Under Roof ......................................................1,901 sq ft

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1,487 square feet of living area

2 bedrooms/ 2 baths MAINLEVEL:

Finished ........................................................................... 1,064 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................... 456 sq ft

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Finished ...............................................................................423 sq ft

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David & Gayle I Williamsburg, KS

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Finished ........................................................................... 1,260 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................... 588 sq ft

hank you very mud1 for making our dreams come true. We Jove our new home!

Mark & Sherri I Sulphur, OK

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so glad we went with Satterwhite. The first impression we got

Total Area Under Roof ..................................................... 1,866 sq ft

get over bow everytbing was first rate and top ofthe line. Even otl1er construction people in tl1e area stopped to look a11d said

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1,217 square feet of living area 2 bedrooms/ 2 baths MAINLEVEL:

Finished .............................................................................. 837 sq ft Covered Porches ..........,.,.,...... , ................., .........,.... ,., ...... 943 sq ft Exposed Deck .......................................................................96 sq ft

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Total Area Under Roof ......................................................2,160 sq ft

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just wanted to take a few moments to send you a few lines of simply how much we have enjoyed doing business with your company. About seven years ago we started our interest in a “log home” dream and as you know dreams will come true and become reality with hard work, delayed gratification and a written down goal! We’ve driven many miles to find what we wanted and the right log home for our 10 acres. We have search through many log home companies and read through scores of log home magazines. Two years ago we drove up to Longview. My granddad used to always tell me to “Kill them with Kindness” and it seems that is what you folks are all about. In thirty-two years of dealing with people in many different businesses, we have never met anyone like the crew that built our home. These guys were amazing. So, thanks again. It’s been a pleasure! Johnny & Dona | Lake Charles, LA

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Hidden Oaks

1,186 square feet of living area

Twmtl to compliment you on a quality-built project! 1st class 1.from star/ tofinish. Our crew was a 11eryfine crew that you should be proud ef. They took extra pains to explain how we shouldjlnish the interior and answer any questions. It was a pleasure to watch pr<!fessiona/s do an excellentjob. We are very proud efour log home and the prideyou put into building it.

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Finished ...............................................................................816 sq ft Covered Porches ................................................................612 sq ft

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Finished ...............................................................................370 sq ft Balcony ................................................................................ 108 sq ft

Jack & Martha I Gypsum, KS

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this is the company we wanted to build our dream tetirement

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house. AL the seminar we started working on a potential plan for full_ shell construction. Now we are at the 8 year mark of

Total Area Under Roof ...................................................... 1,572 sq ft

final construction and we cannot be more pleased with our

decisio11 to use Satterwhite. We personally talked with Sam

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1,057 square feet of living area 2 bedrooms/ 2 baths MAINLEVEL:

Finished ...............................................................................792 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................... 432 sq ft

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gain thank you so much for everything. Once again, we know we made the right decision in selecting you to build our home. Tfour enthusiasm Jias anything to do with it, someday you'll be building all over the state ofMaryland!

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Finished ........................................................................... 1,040 sq ft Covered Porches ................................................................728 sq ft

Warren & Beverly I Leonardtown, MD

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Its been 5½ years since our log home was built and we still daily thank God -and you - for it and chi1p with delight about how perfect it is for us.

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Finished ........................................................................... 1,092 sq ft Covered Porches ................................................................ 744 sq ft

Edwin & Carol I Eros, LA

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Finished .............................................................................. 960 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................... 480 sq ft

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the crew conducted themselves and appreciated their efforts i and willngness to work with us thl'Oughoul the project. In closing, I would like to say that we have enjoyed our new log home lremendously and we are Lhe envy ofour neighbors. Thanks to you and your organization for your dedication i11 putting out quality workmanship.

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Fini shed ...............................................................................792 sq ft Covered Porches ............................................................... 432 sq ft

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Total Area Under Roof ...................................................... 1,418 sq ft

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Vou recently constructed a log home for me. I want to

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l should ever build another log home, I would want the same

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crew to build it. Thanks again. I am very proud of my home.

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you and your staff for ma.king our dream come true. Our dream began back in 1983 when received our first

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information from your company. We said that someday we'll

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build a Jog home. That someday finally came later on top of

a mmmtain in Arkansas. I bave never seen better craftsma..11sbip in my life. The crew worked with us from start to finish

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to be sure we were satisfied with everything they did. They became a part ofour famil y a.nd we almost wished the job

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bad taken longer. Words cannot express what we saw as they created a masteipiece of beauty beyond our wildest dreams.

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and complaining. Workmanship and quality of material were

excellent, and the crew was great David and I love our home!

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David & Johnny I Shreveport, LA

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do want to take the time to thank you and all your employees for the fine work they did on my house. It has been a pleasure to dealwith so many professional people on a ffrst name basis and Lo feel as if my business and satisfaction mean something to all ofll1em. Sam, you truly have gathered a great group ofpeople together into your company. Theywork sowell together to produce a quality produd and al I.he same time make the customer feel at ease in dealingwith them. I have never had dealings with a11y other contractor and been so satisfied and felt I got my moneys worth as I havewith your company.

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Finishing Touches

Once the log shell is complete, it's time to fini,sh the interior. Satterwhite Log

Homes can help you bring the warmth

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lumber for walls, ceilings, and trim.

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Satterwhite stocks tongue-and­ groove aspen paneling, tongue­ and-groove spruce paneling, tongue-and-groove ponderosa pine paneling, tongue-and­ groove blue ponderosa pine paneling, and Eastern white pine paneling. Rough cedar and spruce beams are available in up to 32' lengths at our Longview location and at our Gunnison mill.

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How To Begin Let Satterwhite Log Homes guide you step-by-step to your one-of-a-kind log home. Establish a budget, then draw your floor plan. We’ll give you a free estimate, advice, and our own special brand of friendly service. Visit Satterwhite Log Homes at our Longview, Texas, headquarters, our Gunnison, Utah, mill or our office in Ellijay, Georgia. We’re open Monday through Saturday. For more information, call any of our locations.

The Purchase Process “O.K.,” you say, “I’m sold on Satterwhite. So now what?” Good question. Purchasing a log home can be a confusing experience. But not if you take it step-by-step. Follow the sequence as shown below for purchasing a Constructed Shell, a Material Package or a Log Order.

Constructed Shell and Material Package Purchase 1. Set a realistic budget and prioritize your wants and needs. This important first step will guide you in designing your home and expedite the purchasing process.

2. Draw your preliminary plan or revise a Satterwhite standard plan. The drawing must be to scale for the estimate to be accurate. (1/4” = 1’ is common.) Indicate foundation and roofing specifications on the floor plan. Will you be using stock or custom windows and doors? (The more information you supply now, the more accurate your bid.) 3. Submit your preliminary plan to Satterwhite Log Homes for a free cost estimate. Don’t forget to include the scale you used (1/4” = 1’ is common). And let us know who you are and how to reach you. (Yup, you’d be amazed at how many folks forget this.) Satterwhite will supply you with a preliminary cost estimate. And we may suggest design modifications or cost-saving features. 4. When the plan is completed, we’ll finalize the floor plans. Now you are supplied with a contract outlining the specifications and materials and/ or labor supplied by Satterwhite Log Homes, as well as the final price. 5. Contract is signed.

6. Secure financing with your lending institution. 7. Prepare your site, i.e., build roads, install electricity, dig water wells and septic system.

Log Package Purchase or Log Order 1. Set a realistic budget and prioritize your wants and needs.

2. Draw your plan or revise a Satterwhite standard plan. Remember, the drawing must be to scale (1/4” = 1’) for the estimate to be accurate. 3. Submit your plan to Satterwhite Log Homes for a free preliminary estimate or use these three simple formulas to estimate the cost of your log package. • Logs. Perimeter (total length of all log walls) x courses needed for 8’ wall = footage of logs. • Caulking. Footage of logs ÷ 20 (yield of one tube) + an additional 30 to 50 tubes (for under the bottom log and around doors and windows) = number of tubes of caulking. • Screws. Footage of logs ÷ 3 (spacing of screws) ÷ by 250 = 158

number of cases of log screws needed. Include the scale of your plan (1/4” = 1’ is common), along with your name, address, home and business phone numbers, fax number, e-mail address, birthday, social security number (just kidding, but we need to know how to reach you). 4. Once the floor plan is finalized, we’ll prepare the working floor plans (if applicable). 5. Final contract is prepared and signed.

Important Note It may be necessary for a customer-drawn plan to be redrawn to insure an accurate bid and workable set of floor plans. There is a nominal charge for this service.

Payment Method Upon signing a contract for a Constructed Shell, a deposit is required. Thereafter, the homeowners makes payments at structured intervals throughout the construction process. A deposit is also required upon signing a contract for either a log package or a material package. The balance is due upon receipt.


Let Satterwhite Log Homes guide you step-by-step to your one-of-a-kind log home. Establish a budget, then draw your floor plan. We'll give you a free estimate, advice, and our own special brand of friendly service. Visit Satterwhite Log Homes at our Longview, Texas headquarters, our Gunnison, Utah, mill or our office in Ellijay, Georgia. We're open Monday through Saturday. For more information, call 1-800-777-7288.

The Next Step Is Yours!

home. The basement serves as offices for

Visit one of our 3 locations. Our head足

our staff. There are usually some fresh

quarters in Longview, Texas, our mill

baked chocolate chip cookies in the kitchen.

office in Gunnison, Utah or our sales office in Ellijay, Georgia. At our headquarters in Longview, Texas, you'll have the opportunity to tour our two new model homes currently under construction, The Stoneridge and The Hidden Oaks. While you are there visit our mantle and specialty products build足 ing as well as our interior finishing show足 rooms. Our Longview location is open Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm and Saturday from 9 am to 2pm. We welcome you to visit our mill in Gunnison, Utah. The office at that location is constructed using our Swedish Cope house logs. Currently, there is not a model home at that location. This office is open Monday through Friday from

(Longview Headquarters)

Satterwhite Log Homes builds constructed shells in the following states: Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee.

from 9 am to 2pm. If a trip to one of our offices is impos足 sible, you can still learn more about us. Here's how: In many parts of the country, Satterwhite homeowners allow potential customers to tour their home. Ask your sales representative for more details on the Satterw h . ite Log Home Referral Network. If you have ordered our literature, you also received our 30-minute introductory video. This video offers a wealth of information. You can also visit our website at www.satterwhiteloghomes.com.

8 am to noon.

yearning for a laid-back cabin or a

two floors of The Mountain Laurel are

CONSTRUCTED SHELL RANGE

through Friday 8 am to 5 pm and Saturday

So, there you have it. Whether you're

Georgia will be a special treat. The first

Satterwhite Log Homes ships Material Packages and finishing materials nationwide.

Our Ellijay location is open Monday

8 am to 5 pm and Saturday from Visiting our office/model home in Ellijay,

NATIONWIDE DELIVERY

luxurious lodge, we're ready to make your log home dreams come true. And once again, welcome to our family.

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Access and view our floor plans. There are over 75 designs and each is yours to modify. Just think of the options! Each floor plan page has current pricing for our Shell Construction and Material Package. Remember... there is no charge for estimating. Bring us your own plan, make changes with one of ours, or start from scratch. Our sales staff, at each of our 3 locations is ready to help you work through the wonderful process of becoming part of the family, a Satterwhite log home owner.

Located near Ellijay on Highway 515 N, approximately 85 miles north of Atlanta and 77 miles southeast of Chattanooga.

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Utah Mill & Sales Of!ice

Satterwhite Log Homes' Gunnison Mill is located 130 miles south of Salt Lake City on Highway 89.

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SALES OFFICE • MODEL HOME 14378 Hwy 515N, Ellijay, Georgia 30536, 1-800-918-6881 • Email: georgia@SLH.net

HEADQUARTERS

SALES • MANUFACTURING• SHOW HOME 8405 US Hwy 259N, Longview, Texas 75605, 1-800-777-7288 • Email: info@SLH.net

WESTERN DIVISION

SALES OFFICE • MANUFACTURING • DISPLAY OFFICE 911 E. Hwy 89N, Gunnison, Utah 84634, 1-888-882-4645 • Email: utah@SLH.net

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