Wednesday, November 30, 2016

The 2017 Season

  It seems like every year we get booked up earlier and earlier. Now is a good time to do your planning and get on the schedule for the 2017 Spring and Summer building season.
  If you need construction financing you should allow two or three months to complete the process so if you wait too long it could push you very late into next season.
  We do build year-round and we still have dates open for this winter season. The lakes and rivers are starting to firm up and we should be able to drive trucks and equipment on the ice soon so we can access many of the places we can't in summer.
   2014, 2015 and 2016 were our busiest years in 25 years and 2017 looks like it will be very strong as well.
   We look forward to hearing from you soon!

"Positive anything is better than negative nothing." Elbert Hubbard

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Lay-a-Way Expanded

  We started our Lay-a-Way program for our DIY Kits in 2012 and it has been extremely popular. We are now expanding the program for our built-on-site projects to give more clients access to the program.
  The plan is very similar to the DIY Kit Lay-a-Way program except it doesn't need to be completely paid for before we start. Since the average project only takes thirty days to construct, the contract will state that the final payment must be made upon completion of the project.
  If you are interested in the new plan, let us know and we can work out a custom plan for you to attain your dream cabin.

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Happy Thanksgiving 2016

We want to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving! Over the years we have built over a 1000 projects statewide and we also want to thank all of you that we have worked with over the past 25 years.
We will be posting on the blog more frequently since we have had many requests for more blog posts.
2017 will see new plans and options on our website and we are really excited about the new offerings.

Have a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving!

“He is a wise man who does not grieve for the things which he has not, but rejoices for those which he has.” Epictetus