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Chantilly, Virginia (PRWEB) October 27, 2011
Fall 2011 show season is well underway across the US, and October 28-30 marks one of the biggest log home shows of the year. Held in Chantilly, Virginia, this Log and Timber show will bring in thousands of people from across the eastern part of the country to educate home buyers about the log home building process.
Timber Block: The Revolutionary R30 Insulated Log Home has been turning heads and raising interest over the last several months, thanks to its beauty, quality, ease of build, R30 insulation in walls, and efficient flat stacking method.
Craig Johnson, Timber Block USA President, says initially, home buyers are calling Timber Block because of the beauty of the homes. "Everyone shops with their eyes, beauty is the key attraction in most purchases, but especially in a log home. However, these people are extremely pleased when we tell them they can get a beautiful home, and at the same time, their dream home is incredibly energy efficient, solid, of pure quality, and easy to build.”
Johnson expects this weekend to be very busy in the Timber Block booth. "Today's economy has forced consumers to make wise decisions, which has lead to an increase in the amount of time consumers spend researching. The Chantilly show is the perfect venue to learn more about the process, product and people behind Timber Block. Over the last several months, we've been educating not only log home lovers, but consumers who are looking to build efficiently, green, and who care about the environment and energy efficiency. They are learning all about the benefits of a R-30 insulated log home, and thanks to us, we are able to help people achieve their dream of living in an ecological and energy efficient home, without paying any additional funds.”
Timber Block representatives will be available all weekend long at the Chantilly Log and Timber Home Show. For show times, please visit http://www.timberblock.com.
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