Past Questions and Answers


Do you have log repair knowledge as well? Post your remarks after our answer! Just click VIEW ANSWER now!

Please browse the category questions and answers as a form of your question has likely been asked in the past.  If you can't find your answer, The Log Doctor is here to answer any question you may have regarding the repair and restoration of your log home or cabin.  If you are not a do-it-yourself kind of person, please contact us and put all our knowledge and experience to work for you!



The weather didn't hold out during the construction of our roof on our newly built cabin. We installed toy the & groove pine roofing but was unable to get it covered before we were hit with a rain/snowstorm. It looks like we have some buckling & warping. We are trying to dry it out with propane heating units on the inside while we are also continuing with the remainder of the roof process. Any suggestions on what we should do. Once the wood dries out will it go back to normal? Ideas would


It may not go back to normal. You may need to replace some of the boards that are bad now before going any further.

Add your Feedback to this question

Use the form below to post your comments to this question and answer.

(500 characters max)