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I am looking at a couple different log cabins that were both built in the 70’s. One has cheap paneling throughout the interior and the other is smaller, but the interior is exposed log and all interior walls are solid log as well as opposed to studded. From the energy efficiency standpoint, is there a huge benefit to having all interior walls exposed vs covered by paneling, and to having the interior walls be solid wood? Thanks!

If the solid logs are chinked/caulked inside and out, it will be as good as a wall covered in paneling. Generally.

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