INSU-TIMBER was established through the need of everyday challenges with visual approvals of our Log and INSU Log products (freeloghomes.com)in some regions globally. To combat that challenge we have created " The Best of Both Worlds" with the mission of developing extraordinary Eco Friendly Timber homes that equally served the interests of cottager, consumers & vacationers
That mission continues to be the driving force through today. FLH Forestry through our umbrella of product choices and design is at the forefront of innovation. Our projects vary from simple to simply spectacular.
We specialize in residential, vacation, retirement and planned communities, as well as commercial building, investment parks and complexes
Our INSU-TIMBER Panel homes may be customized to suite your needs, tastes and budget.
In addition, our In-house custom design service can draw your own log home or log cabin designs or timber frame home ideas from a rough sketch.
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We at FLH Forestry are committed to the environment. Wood is renewable, reusable, recyclable and biodegradable. Non-wood products require far more energy to manufacture than wood. The supplies of ores and petroleum for the production of metal and plastic are finite and cause pollution of the air and water, contributing to global warming. One pound of wood grown in a vigorous younger forest removes 1.47 pounds of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and replaces it with 1.07 pounds of life-sustaining oxygen. Wood is also the best insulator of all structural building materials, with millions of tiny air cells trapped within its cellular structure providing a barrier against the heat and cold. An inch of wood is 15 times as efficient an insulator as concrete, 400 times as efficient as steel and 1770 times as efficient as aluminium. Homes built from wood require far less energy to heat and cool, thus conserving fossil fuels and coal. In a very real sense, wood products are the most environmentally responsible building material anyone could ever use