Inspired by the majestic surroundings of the Rocky Mountains and the old-world craftsmanship of our forefathers, Pioneer Log Homes of Victor, Montana, began in 1976. Pioneer Log Homes cares enough to use only the highest quality hand-peeled, hand-notched logs to create your beautifully designed, meticulously created home - a sublime retreat where you can release the tensions of life and enjoy the natural beauty, style and grace of a log home.
Whether you’re building a picturesque cabin in the woods or a rambling prairie-sized estate, you want a custom log home manufacturer that prides itself on superb attention to detail, award-winning designs, and the expertise to ensure a solid structure with perfectly-joined logs. You, your architect and your builder want the skill, craftsmanship, dedication and reputation of Pioneer Log Homes. See "The Process" for more information about building a handcrafted log home.
But don’t take our word for it. Our reputation is known far and wide. In fact, Pioneer Log Homes is the first log home company in the history of Architectural Digest to be featured on the cover! HGTV has featured Pioneer Log Homes, along with Log Home Living magazine. Visit "The Difference" to see the article in Architectural Digest, clips from other media coverage, and a listing of architects and builders. See why Pioneer Log Homes is the custom manufacturer to trust when building your log home paradise.
In addition to exquisite log homes, some of the leading companies in the United States have chosen Pioneer Log Homes for their commercial projects. A long-time supplier of Bass Pro Shops, Pioneer Log Homes has also provided the beauty and ambience of most of the log structures - both commercial and residential - in the popular Bachelor Gulch ski area of Colorado, several of the buildings at Busch Gardens theme park in Williamsburg, VA, the 141,000 square feet Mount Magazine State Park Lodge in Paris, AR, the beautifully reverent St. John’s Episcopal Church in Jackson, WY.
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Timber Products Manufacturers Association