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Appalachian Log Structures

Just as every house has a story, every company has a history that reflects the reason for its being. Ours is a family story that starts more than 37 years ago with the patriarch of our family and founder of Appalachian Log Structures, Fletcher R. Parsons.

In 1977, Fletcher decided to put his more than 30 years of experience in log and heavy-timber manufacturing and wood preservatives to the true test: he started a log home company. Not only was he responding to a need for high-quality log structures for housing and commercial use, he was embarking upon his idea of a dream come-true.

Appalachian Log Structures was built on the vision of a company that would provide durable, high-quality log structures for residential and commercial use in this country and abroad, with custom-crafted, superbly engineered log structures that would last for generations. These structures would be endowed with protection from decay and insects with superior wood preservation treatments. The company planned to offer the highest levels of traditional craftsmanship combined with the advantages of advanced technology, plus a full range of services and assistance from a knowledgeable sales staff of consultants.

Above all, Appalachian Log Structures knew that they must offer value-based prices and a complete roster of sizes and styles to suit all tastes and budgets.

Our company has been successful in meeting these challenges and family members continue to guide the company through the ever changing residential and commercial building market with a commitment to manufacturing and delivering the best graded and milled log building materials to your jobsite.

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