Bray Log & Lumber

Grizzly Cabins

Bray Log & Lumber is excited to have one of our cabins was featured in an episode of Tiny House Nation, Season 4, airing Saturdays at  9/8 PM on FYI Network. The Episode can be seen at this link:

Tiny Home Cabin

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Basic Package  24x28 Grizzly 1

  • Includes 4x8 Square Cedar Log Walls with tongue and groove logs
  • Walls are 8' tall
  • Hardware lag screws, gasket, caulk
  • Cedar 8x8 Corner posts
  • Cedar Trim Package
  • Douglas Fir 4x8 Timber frame package for roof & posts (assumes 30 pound snow roof load)
  • Douglas Fir 4x6 Porch Framing

Total Cost $34,900 plus freight

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Additional Dry in Packages

  • 2x6 Doug Fir T&G Ceiling decking Package $3950
  • Window and door Package  $5450
  • Subfloor lumber package  $4950
  • Roof material call for quote

March/April delivery

Labor costs

  • Labor varies to dry in stage starting around $17,500 from subfloor on up
  • Roof and roof decking installation labor extra
  • Excavation, plumbing and electrical extra

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2x6 Doug Fir Ceiling Decking

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Grizzly 2 cabin

Bray Log & Lumber is excited to have one of our cabins featured in an upcoming episode of Tiny House Nation, Season 4, airing on Saturdays 9/8 c on Lifetime and FYI Network around the holidays. Stay tuned for the air date in 2017 of our episode to find out which one.

I searched dozens of log cabin manufactures, from the best known to the obscure, and researched each type of cabin offered for quality, ability to maintain, and affordability.  I settled on Bray Log and Lumber for these three reasons.  Their high-quality cedar logs and their architecture of an authentic 1860 log cabin (their Grizzly 3) provided us with what we were looking for.  I was skeptical at first due to their low pricing.  Similar cabins using pine or other timber were up to 4 times as much, and the cost difference was at first unsettling.  This worry was quickly abated when I talked to several log stackers who were thrilled we were considering Bray Log and Lumber for the following reasons:

·        They always provide quality logs and timber and the stacker won’t have to request replacement logs

·        They always provide more than enough timber – they don’t short their customers

·        Their customer service is impeccable to both the buyer and the log stacker

With this in mind, my wife and I purchased the Grizzly 3 for a remote off-the-grid location and took their advice on a local log stacker.  This was the best purchase we could have hoped for and the log stacker they recommended was the best!  Our cabin in the woods is our pride - and of the highest quality, providing us with an authentic 1860 structure with all of the modern conveniences, but without unsightly construction.  Those with log cabin experience who have visited our building site were impressed with both the authentic architecture and the quality of the cedar lumber, which should reduce our overall maintenance and provide a cabin for later generations to visit!

Our experience with Gary and his assistance throughout the entire process, to include checking on the progress throughout the duration of construction, was more than we could have hoped for.  We highly recommend you talk to Bray Log and Lumber before making any decisions on a log or timber structure.  Their knowledge of lumber and experience in log cabins will keep your costs down and allow you to experience an affordable quality cabin!

Delise and Dave Rohret

Menard, TX

 

 

Spring special:

Covered deck with posts, rafters, T&G decking and cedar deck and railings for only $2400.

$3000 value lasts only until the end of September. Book now for this exciting bargain. 

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