Teton Peaks Log Homes uses only standing dead timber from the northwestern United States, or western Canada. Lodgepole Pine, and Douglas Fir are the main species of wood used to make your log home materials. All of our wood is inspected and grade stamped for quality through Timber Products Inspections. You can rest assured that your log home, or railing material has come to you at a minimum of impact on the environment. We depend on the world's forests for our livelihood and take great care in their conservation.
Our Swedish Cope Logs are each milled to precise dimensions on our giant wood lathe so that each log stacks exactly right. The standard saddle notches are measured and tested before shipping to insure proper fit on the building site making construction easy and efficient.
Our "D" logs are milled on our giant log planer built specially for one purpose: creating beautiful logs. The four separate blades on the planer each cut and smooth the logs to a smooth, glossy finish and exact dimensions so that each log is a carbon copy of the previous. The butt and pass corner system ensures swift assembly and a beautiful and classic log home look.