Bob Schmelter

EZ Log's Housing Kits Can be Assembled Like Lego Blocks

by , 06/05/12

diy home, diy office space, lego home, stackable home, prefab kit architecture, kit homes, green design, ez logs, diy summer home, building kits

Build a new home, office space, or mini-escape using one of EZ Log’s awesome kits featuring wood blocks that can be stacked up like LEGOs! The kits come in over 200 designs and employ a tongue-and-groove construction for easy stacking — most spaces can be assembled (and disassembled) in just 1-2 days. The wood is obtained from sustainable forests in Northern Europe, and the kits come complete with flooring, roofing, windows, doors, locks and all hardware. DIY summer home project, anyone?

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5 Comments

  1. Larry Cragwick March 3, 2014 at 1:52 pm

    EZLOGS buildings can be built with double walls and insulated to any R-Value and Also double roofed or an attic area for insulation. There are endless possibilities for design and they are very affordable option for large or small housing or buildings of many uses.

  2. Larry Cragwick March 3, 2014 at 1:41 pm

    We are growing fast and putting a testimonial list together as I write this. Any questions contact me, Larry Cragwick of Ezlogs Intermountain. There are already 200,000+ of these homes in Europe and outside the U.S. We are currently setting up dealers all over the country. I am a rep for Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming as well as SE Alaska, but can help you where ever you are. Call me at 208- 993- 0440 in Salmon ID or idcrag@yahoo.com

  3. Mikko Lehtovirta November 9, 2012 at 4:10 pm

    That is the way these houses have been built here for ages :) Look: http://www.honka.com

  4. KILZBrand July 31, 2012 at 2:24 pm

    So great! This could be used for so many things.

  5. anothervoice June 6, 2012 at 10:05 am

    There’s some very constrained information on their site, but near as I can see, these are stacked, interlocking vertical boards with no provision for insulation. No construction videos, no testimonials, no in-situ visits to completed projects with folks living in them.

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