Saturday, March 3: 10am-6pm
Sunday, March 4: 10am-6pm
Ask your questions of industry experts in a one-on-one environment. Browse rustic decor and buy items off the showroom floor. Bring your floor plans and break ground on your dream Log or Timber Frame Home at the Atlanta, GA Log & Timber Home Show: March 3-4, 2018.
If you’re serious about educating yourself before you remodel or build your new, custom wood home, The Log and Timber Home Show is a “must do”.
What you can see and do at a Log and Timber Home Show: Meet with builders, and log and timber home companies face to face to ask questions. Attend a Log and Timber Home University. (Find out more about the Log & Timber Home University by clicking here). Listen to informative workshops presented by experts Plus, you just might meet an editor of Log Home Living, Cabin Living or Timber Home Living Magazine!
Knowledge is POWER, attend a Log and Timber Home Show and leave with the information you need to build the custom wood home you want!
You may want to consider the Atlanta, GA University Course held in conjunction with this Show on Saturday, March 3.
*NOTE: There will only be 1 University Course date offered at the 2018 GA Show
Saturday, March 3: 9am-1pm
Regular Show Admission (Full weekend) $15 each online or print this coupon to use at the door / $20 each at the door (18 and under are FREE) or print this coupon to receive $5 off each ticket purchased onsite. Note: 1 Coupon per group. Cannot be combined with other offer or promotion.
University Course Admission (Full weekend + University Course) $95 each / $129 couple / $30 each additional attendee beyond couple
Attending a Log and Timber Home Show is the perfect opportunity to get started planning a dream home. That’s why Honest Abe Log Homes is a sponsor of these informative shows, which are held throughout the year in various locations across the country.
Some of the exciting things to do at a Log & Timber Home Show might include:
University Course Topics include but are not limited to:
Knowledge is POWER
Choosing the right path toward completion
Setting and staying on a budget
Designing the perfect floor plan to fit your lifestyle
Price vs. quality
Room by Room considerations
How Green are you really?
Choosing a supplier and builder
Deciding on a lender
Deciding on a builder
Ways to reduce cost
Questions to ask BEFORE you buy!
Getting ready to build
The construction process, what to expect
University is optional and requires separate registration and fee.