As of 2015, Wood-Tex Products sells certified modular log cabins in predesigned and custom floor plans, according to the Wood-Tex Products website. The cabin homes are fully outfitted with electrical wiring and plumbing configurations, and the company accommodates deliveries throughout the continental United States and in select areas of Canada.
Cozy Cabins, LLC, designs modular cabins constructed with cost- and energy-saving log siding, instead of solid log, Cozy Cabins states. The cabins are framed with log siding to enable efficient insulation, and the interiors are prefurnished with bathroom fixtures, kitchen counters and cabinets. Cozy Cabins is based in Pennsylvania and primarily services the Northeast region.
Blue Ridge Log Cabins is known as the only genuine manufacturer of modular log cabins made entirely from solid log, the Blue Ridge website notes. The company operates a 110,000-square-foot production site in South Carolina, enabling fast custom assembly using prefabricated segments. The company has been featured on the HGTV series “Amazing Log Homes” for its innovative factory treatment that ensures building materials of consistent quality and uniformity.
Modular log cabins are preferred over recreational varieties because they must satisfy all state certification standards for their target destinations, according to Wood-Tex Products. They are comparable in quality to log cabins built on-site, but are not subjected to the elements during construction. Modular cabins can also save homeowners money because mass production allows manufacturers to source materials in bulk.