Timber Block NY to host free educational seminar in Saratoga Springs

Saratoga Springs, New York – September 26, 2011 – Due to an overwhelming amount of interest, inquiries and requests, Timber Block will be hosting a complimentary log home building seminar in Saratoga Springs Tuesday, October 4.

 Mike McLaughlin, Sales Manager of Timber Block of Upstate NY and former national Sales Manager for Lincoln Logs, says Timber Block’s insulated log home building system is absolutely revolutionizing the log home industry. “With this unique building system, our walls are erected in hours and homes are weather-tight in days.  Our method eliminates most of the maintenance required with traditional log homes, AND saves our clients thousands of dollars in the process.”  Cecil Provost, owner of Timber Block of Upstate NY, added “It’s no wonder that Timber Block is the dominant log home company in Canada, and we’re proud to be one of their first dealers in the USA.”

The program will be led by Craig Johnson, President of Timber Block USA.  “Today’s consumers are very wise when it comes to home building. They are less likely to buy on beauty alone, but want it all – beauty, quality, efficiency, and more, and they won’t settle for less. Nor should they. So, they’re turning to Timber Block to help them build a home that doesn’t just meet their needs, but exceeds them.”

This 90-minute program will introduce and explain Timber Block’s patented design/build process.  Seminar topics will include: designing your custom log home, construction process and timelines, factory finish versus on-site finish, costs of building, and more.  Art Maxon from Berkshire Bank will also discuss construction and land purchase financing options.

 The complimentary seminar will be held at 7 pm, Tuesday, Oct 4 at the Marriott Residence Inn in Saratoga Springs, NY.  This program is free of charge, but reservations are required.

For more information, contact:

Leslie McLain

Timber Block of Upstate NY

518-587-0100

info@timberblockny.com

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