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Thanks for the site. I built a log cabin 25 years ago. I followed advice of inexperienced friends (free labor) who were helping instead of the instructions from the manufacturer and used too many spikes and the cabin cannot settle as the logs dry. When built the cabin was tight, now the logs have dried and shrunk to the point that daylight passes easily. What is the best product for a repair. I have gaps from 1/8" to 1" mostly 1/4" to 1/2" though. Logs are Swedish Cope design round except for a


If the logs are 8" in diameter or bigger I would recommend chink. Anything smaller you should use Energy Seal. Call Mike at 866-670-3020 for more help.

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Posted By Judy Thomas
Have a slab log cabin(vertical logs) built by Joe Webb in mid 1930's--looks like it has hemp stuffed in between logs- where can I buy more to fill in where it has come out?