Timberline Log Homes Company
427 Orondo Avenue • Wenatchee, Washington 98801
Office: 509-662-0731





ON-LINE LOG HOME PRE-PLAN ESTIMATES

IT'S ALL TOO COMMON FOR PEOPLE WHO WANT THE LOG HOME OF THEIR DREAMS TO BE BUILT, TO BE SURPRISED WHEN THEY DISCOVER THAT IT USUALLY TAKES EIGHT TO TWELVE MONTHS, OR MORE, DEPENDING ON THE TIME OF YEAR THAT THE PROCESS COMMENCES AND THE DESIGN COMPLEXITY OF THE STRUCTURE. IN ALL CASES, AT LEAST MAKING INITIAL INQUIRIES, DETERMINING BASIC DESIGN ELEMENTS, GETTING PRELIMINARY ESTIMATES, AND BEGINNING THE PROCESS SHOULDN'T BE DELAYED IF YOU HAVE A BUILDING SITE AND ARE SERIOUS ABOUT OWNING A LOG HOME. IF THE TIME FRAME TO BE ACHIEVED IS 2018 OR 2019 DELIVERY, THEN THE PROCESS SHOULD BEGIN AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. A GOOD WAY TO GET STARTED IS TO CLICK ON PRE-PLAN ESTIMATE, ANSWER A FEW BASIC QUESTIONS AND AN ESTIMATE WILL BE COMPLETED BASED ON THE INFORMATION PROVIDED TO GIVE YOU A GENERAL IDEA OF COSTS TO EXPECT.


Thank you for taking the time to answer the following questions.  Based on the information you submit, Timberline Log Homes will provide you with a pre-plan estimate for a Complete Materials Package. Please keep in mind this is to give you a preliminary estimate of costs based on information as provided.  Actual costs can only be determined from finished plans.

The estimate is meant to assist you in preparing for your log structure project. The more information that can be provided by you usually increases the accuracy of the estimate. A Complete Materials Package estimate, based on the specifications as provided, will be emailed to you in a few days. In addition, suggestions and options are often included for consideration that may help you to meet your stated budget. By letting us know where the structure will be built, we can include approximate shipping costs (an important item often "overlooked" by many log home companies).

Please note:  a Complete Materials Package generally represents 30-60% of the cost of a completed log home.  Typically, the 'turn-key' cost of a Timberline log home ranges from $120-$160 per square foot (depending on structure design, personal tastes, contractors' fees if not self-built, as well as other factors).  This means a home containing 1,600 square feet above the foundation would be approximately $192,000 to $256,000 finished plus applicable sales tax. Additional costs involved for landscaping, retaining walls, wells, water lines, septic system, roads & driveways, utilities and other site improvements must be considered. Again, many variables can affect that final cost.  After receiving your pre-plan estimate, contact us if you have additional questions.

With that in mind, complete the following form (provide as much information as possible to increase the accuracy of the estimate). However, none of the specifications are necessarily "set in concrete" - changes are often made as the process proceeds. The Pre-Plan Estimate basically serves as a starting point to give you an indication of costs involved at current pricing.  NOTE: *Required information must be completed for a response.
Also, by submitting this Pre-Plan Estimate, you are consenting to the possibility of being phoned by a member of our staff to obtain followup information or clarification.
  




Timberline Log Homes Pre-Plan Estimate

Base the estimate on Photo Gallery Home(s) #

Contact Information

*First and Last Name:
*Address:
*City :
*State :
*Zip Code :
*Preferred or Home Phone :
()
Work or Cell Phone :
()
*E-MAIL (myname@myaddress.com) :

Building Site

Do you now own the site for your structure? :
Yes No
*Site Location town :
*Site Location state :
*We plan to start construction in :
Main Use :

Financial

*Our construction budget is :

Please be realistic - to arrive at a budget, not including land or site improvements, multiply the amount of sq. ft., adding together the main floor and second story/loft (if you intend to have two stories), by $105-$175 (typical range for Timberline log homes with the lower end generally only achieved by 'do-it-yourself' cabins - personal tastes, specific design elements and/or site requirements may make it higher). Keep in mind that basements, porches, dormers, balconies, fireplaces, log truss roof support, garages and breezeways add to construction costs.

Do you have financing arranged? :
Yes No

Style

*Log style preference is :
If Swedish Coped, my choice for grade of log would be :
Style of home :

Type of Foundation

Basement :
Daylight Basement :
Crawlspace :
Pillar :
Slab :

Garage

Please check all that apply.
No Garage :
Attached :
Detached :
Attached with Breezeway :
In Daylight Basement :
Full Log :
Conventional Framed :
Conventional Framed with Log Siding :
2 Car Standard :
3 Car Standard :
2 Car Plus RV High Ceiling :

Kitchen Living Room

Open Living Area Kitchen/Living Room/Dining combo :
Separate Living Room :
Eat-in Kitchen :
Kitchen/Dining Combo :
Formal Dining Area :

Structural Information

*SQ. Footage ABOVE Foundation or Basement :
*Stories ABOVE Foundation or Basement :
Number of Bedrooms :
Number of Bathrooms :

Type of Roof System

Log Support Open Ceilings (most expensive) :
Exposed Beam Open Ceilings :
Open Ceilings :
Traditional Flat Ceilings :

Type of Roofing Material

Metal :
Fiberglass Shingle :
Asphalt Shingle :
Other:

Miscellaneous Features

Please check all that apply.
Dormers :
Loft :
Skylights :
Balcony :

Heating and Cooling

Please check all that apply.
Traditional Fireplace :
Gas Fireplace :
Wood Stove :
Pellet Stove :
Heat Pump :
Natural Gas Heat :
Natural Gas Heat with AC :
Electric Heat :
Electric Heat with AC :
Electric Baseboard :

Windows

Standard Windows :
Arch Windows :
Trapezoid (Triangular) Windows :

Porch & Deck

Please check all that apply.
Deck :
Patio :
Front Porch :
Front & Back Porch :
Front & Side Porch :
3 or 4-side Wrap Around Porch :

Add additional comments or questions below:

NOTE: Email as a PDF to loghomes@nwi.net or print out and mail to Timberline Log Homes, 427 Orondo Ave, Wenatchee, WA 98801.