Sitka Log Homes has graciously partnered with Allan & April Roberts to get “The Stage In The Park” built. We appreciate this very much. Brad Johnson & Wally Bramsleven created the design and all logs have been peeled and treated for the project on the Sitka Log Home site on Tatton Road in 100 Mile House.
Sitka Log Homes History ~
Sitka Log Homes was founded by John Johnson. John began building log homes in the Cariboo region of British Columbia, Canada in 1969. At that time there were very few companies prefabricating log homes. The Cariboo was one of the first areas in the province to build log homes and ship them to sites around the world for re-erection. Prior to that time, most log building was done on site.
John began building small log houses on his own, gradually adding a few employees, including his son, Brad. The industry evolved over the years and log homes changed from being fashionable log cabins to the high-end custom homes that we are seeing today. What started as a small, local industry 40 years ago has grown to become a multi-million dollar industry, and Sitka Log Homes has evolved to adapt to the ever changing market.
Excerpt taken from Sitka Log Homes website www.sitkaloghomes.com
John Johnson named his company “Sitka Log Homes” after the Sitka Spruce tree he thought it had a nice ring to it.
from left to right Ken Borne, John Johnson (Founder), Bonnie Johnson, Wally Bramsleven, Brad Johnson, Brett Smith and Jaret Melin.
Left to right Brett Smith, John Johnson (Founder), Bonnie Johnson, Brad Johnson and Wally Bramsleven. Brad Johnson posing with the logs from Allan & April’s Valhalla property. Pat Findlay runs the Mill.Sitka Log Homes site on Tatton Road.