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       Wilderness Building Systems Inc.

   Log Homes

 Call 406-253-0659  Montana                   801-972-6066   summer

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    &   Cabins    Since 1976

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    Click  Home Page    ...we use trees that are dead standing, environmentally friendly, and of course, structurally strong! Our packages are budget minded in this tough economy!  Look into a pre-made package that you can do yourself, and even add on to later with additional phases to increase the size of the home, if your needs change-without the additional expense, or delays of contractors!

 

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     wise customer wrote us this letter... Nov 2015

   I have a couple questions. I have been talking with the county  i.e. Snow load, wind shear, seismic ratings, R-value etc.   My question is when you and I talked,   you said if I chose one of your packages that was already engineered, it would keep the cost down. Are your packages engineered for Utah and what about foundations? Obviously you're in the business of log cabins and not cement, but do you have a contact person that can help me get plans for an engineered foundation, do you have an idea of expense to draw and engineer this? Boy I am confused as to where to start to get this project out of my head and going.       

         Hi, we do do Log Homes here, but with that being said...Wilderness Building Systems since 1976 is committed to helping the customers have the cabin/home dream come true.  We are aware with all the scary unknowns, mostly over budgeted costs, unseen expenses, headaches, changes, code updates, building inspectors, and all the unpleasant surprises/trials that come with this life's experience/adventurer ...and won’t pull the punches just to make a quick sale.

 

             So with this new partnership/friendship your new wilderness building adventure hopefully to bring years of Joy and Happiness for you, and the family's  into the future .... So we use our  extensive experience in helping our customers with building it right.

      As General Contractors, with the  licensed Engineers, and experienced jobsite management wisdom, we can step-in at any time or place if you need us.  We’ll assistance you  by sharing trade secrets, making sure you know/have been presented  possible unforeseen problems, options costs beforehand. We try to help you understand, then assisting/tackling the many unknowns that do/or may arise before  you hit the point of no return budget wise. We advising you in many different and all areas that  are contrary  with making a quick sale,  anything  and above that Package cost.

    We want to be friends after this is long done and all bills have been paid. You may/will  of changed directions a few times, seeking a greater value,  to make sure a long lasting peace of mind ensues,  you’re about to learn a lot taking on this building project, we been doing this 40 plus years.

    Pick a team you know can trust with your best interests. We concern ourselves with the taxes, maintenance, security, energy efficiency, curb appeal, resale value is designed into your dream ... that's part of the/our package weather you realize it now or never.

    So here is some of we do after we sell you a “kit" 

Design and Draw your Floor plan: 35 years experience and all we learned...

Cost savings: years of building, buying and examining budget vs. value
Blueprints: any one can draw, (drafting 101)   then copy, simulate plans but for the onsite wisdom... there is no substitute for experience.
   Engineering: again 35 years of structural experience, then we Certified by Registered, License Utah Structural Engineering stamps 
Includes: Footings, concrete walls, re bar, and spacing of J-Bolts
: Seismic engineering for your earth quake zone
: Snow loads, Frost lines
:Wind Shear on your Mountain or area
   Material Costs: we are the ones that have stamped house logs that can be used to get a building permit...
Labor Costs: we are the ones that have a user friendly “world’s strongest interlocking log wall system "TM
 
Construction Time:
Weather Conditions at you Site: 
Delivery Problems: 
Crane expense: 
Concrete Pumping expense: 
Electrical Power: 
Septic Tank-Drain field: 
Driveway, roads and accessibly for trucks, crane, builders, and material: 
Parking, camping, activities  for family events:   there's more, you get the point,  shopping/buying a "kit" 
is the easy part, without proper planning could be very costly ... 
     Think upon it and you decide.  
 
      Here is what I need to assistance you. 
 
1) A budget so I know where not to let you go or over building,  a "kit" may cost 40,000 but 240, 000 may
     be needed to get it in place and turnkey.
2) A plan, bedrooms, stories, basement, loft, Kitchen, heating, decks or porch roofs?
3) Your lot, hillside, flat, where is it, jeep trail? Weather? , utilities, ECT
4) Build-it-yourself? Hire “both"
 
...this will do to start, pick a plan, pay a deposit; we draw plans, do engineering, make a package, 
the balance due when delivered or on the semi truck here FOB SLC, Utah
   Does that help?   
      PS don't wait till spring to start the process... You’ll miss a year start the process in January! 

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