Splashback is a no-no for Cordwood walls: How to fix

Splashback is a no-no for Cordwood walls: How to fix

Splashback from rain and snow can degrade and discolor the cordwood. Letting snow stand against your cordwood is a recipe for mildew, mold and rot.  Lichens will even try to build where water is present before it starts. The reader will notice that the log ends and...
Cordwood Construction Best Practices ebook (updated 2020) on sale for $9.99 (that’s 50% off)

Cordwood Construction Best Practices ebook (updated 2020) on sale for $9.99 (that’s 50% off)

Newly revised & updated (2020) Cordwood Construction Best Practices ebook on sale for $9.99 https://cordwoodconstruction.org/product/cordwood-construction-best-practices-revised-updated-2020-ebook Cordwood Construction Best Practices revised and updated for...
Raise the Roof on Cordwood Homes

Raise the Roof on Cordwood Homes

When planning your cordwood home, the roof becomes an essential part of your design.  From looking good to insulating to adding extra space, to protecting your walls, good roof design is an essential part of every home. Here are a few “topping off ideas”...