Some companies that sell manufactured log homes include Woodtex and Zook Cabins. Other companies that manufacture prefab or modular log homes include Blue Ridge Log Cabins, Mountain Recreation Log Cabins, Pine Tree Homes and Spirit Cabins. For this type of home, sections or modules of the home undergo assembly in a factory, and the company delivers them to the building site for assembly.
Some of the log cabin models available from Woodtex.com are the Cayuga, Adirondack and Weekender models. Woodtex homes are certified modular homes that meet all building code requirements. Zook Cabins offers modular homes in nine floor plans, including the Frontier, Settler and Pioneer plans. In addition to the offered models, Zook offers numerous customization options. The manufactured homes are budget-friendly as primary residences or vacation homes.
Blue Ridge Log Cabins out of Campobello, South Carolina, offers a unique open-plan log cabin floor plan in its Pisgah series, as of 2015. Pine Tree Homes out of Hawley, Pennsylvania, offers a two-story model and several models with upscale design features, such as Anderson windows and Corian countertops. Mountain Recreation Log Cabins offers a model with a large back deck and another with a wraparound porch. Spirit Cabins offers a compact one-bedroom, one-bathroom model that measures 360 square feet.