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    average labor pricing per square foot for dry in?

    I am a framer and have built stick-framed homes for 20 years. I have a customer who has purchased a log home kit and is wanting me to submit a bid. I was wondering what the average labor price per square foot was for dry in. Thanks.

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    zaner,

    Not sure anyone can help you on this. We build Butt and Pass Real Log Homes. Not to be confused by any type of kit home.

    Sorry but hope this helps.

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    Zaner

    hey zaner,

    this is pretty much a diy site and lots of us get stuff from craigsist, etc. and some of us buy retail materials so costs can vary widely, also none of us do kits...

    sorry we couldn't help!

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    zanner1010

    I guess you have not even looked at the web site or know very little about logs homes. I have a suggestion, don't mess with them. You will be setting your self up for a ton of headaches.
    Also, search this site for log home kit. That should answer all your questions. We do not do kits....

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    Average Labor Pricing.

    I'm in the North East and we can usually build a standard 28x40 cape with a labor price of about $ 24. per sq ft. Lot of variables, dormers, decks, and such but I typically start about that price.

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    Sqare fot pricing

    This is not going to help at all....we are all owner/builders. We have no idea cost per square foot.

    Blondie

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    Blondie, your atitude stinks, lighten. Ya know some people can afford to pay whatever the price is for a cabin without having to find super deals...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neal View Post
    Neal, your atitude stinks, lighten.
    We are owners. We believe we have a superior method of building a log home with real logs. You know those round things that weigh about two tons each. It has nothing to do with kits... Hows my atitude? or attitude.
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    I couldn't give you a sq. ft. Number because I built metric.


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