Moss Creek – the nation’s premier designer of custom “natural elements” homes and Beaver Mountain – the Northeast’s premier producer of cedar log, timber and hybrid homes, since 1982, have partnered to offer you exciting floor plans and distinctive styles.
The elements of every Moss Creek designed home are “born of the land” and feature pure American materials such as wood, stone, glass, reclaimed timbers, etc. You know one when you see one.
Beaver Mountain’s professional team works directly with you to guide you through the design/build process. Our expertise helps build exceptional homes and our people help make your home building experience easier and more enjoyable.
Walking into a house that Jim Cammer has built, you immediately notice the quality; his meticulous attention to detail is evident everywhere. Jim’s home package of choice is Beaver Mountain.
“Beaver Mountain provides quality materials: I stress it to anyone inquiring about log homes.[The pre-cut and numbered logs] simplify everything for us,” Jim says. “I can’t say enough good things about Mike and the customer service team. They go out of their way to make sure we have what we need. When problems do come up – and they always do in a project where you’re working with literally thousands of components – they are quick to fix them.”
When people are looking at other companies, Jim encourages them to compare them to Beaver Mountain in terms of professionalism, sales staff, products… and quality. “Anyone shopping for a log home needs to compare apples to apples regarding the packages. If a company says they are offering a package that’s “Just like a Beaver Mountain” for a lot cheaper, then you know something is probably missing from that package,” Jim warns. “I tell my clients they need to focus on the finished turnkey price rather than get caught up in comparing package prices. A Beaver Mountain package has such quality materials that it means we, as builders, end up spending less time shopping and traveling about and more time at the job site constructing a top quality home.”
Gary and His Wife Lynn had been looking at houses in the Catskills with a broker for a while. While waiting in her office one day, he started thumbing through books. He saw a photograph of land, pretty non-descript, but somehow he felt he should go see it. It was winter on top of the mountain and the views were spectacular; it didn’t take him long to realize that was it.
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- Custom-Built Western Red Cedar Home
What makes Western Red Cedar the right building material for your next project? Well, for starters, this highly-valued, durable wood is naturally resistant to rot, decay and insects, which means anything you build with it will last longer and will require less maintenance. But there’s more:
BEAUTY & ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN – Aesthetically, there really is no substitute for the natural beauty of Red Cedar. It compliments any architectural design – from turn-of-the-century to contemporary.
DIMENSIONAL STABILITY – Red Cedar has a very low shrinkage factor and is superior to all other coniferous woods in its resistance to warping, twisting and checking.
THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY – Wood is an excellent thermal insulator, which is an important characteristic – good thermal insulators keep buildings cool in the summer and reduce heating costs in the winter. Western Red Cedar is the best thermal insulator among the commonly available softwood species and is far superior to brick, concrete and steel.
VERSATILITY – Western Red Cedar is pitch and resin-free, which means it’s ideal for accepting and holding a wide range of beautiful finishes. It also offers a wide range of lumber dimensions, surface textures and grades.
SUSTAINABILITY – Renewable and biodegradable, Red Cedar is also sourced from the most sustainable managed forests in the world.
AROMA – Red Cedar’s unique aroma comes from naturally occurring substances in its heartwood. These compounds resist moisture and are toxic to decay-causing fungi and insects and preserve the wood to give it long-lasting appeal.
At Beaver Mountain, we’re proud to offer Western Red Cedar and Eastern White Pine.
Please call (607) 467-2700 for more information!