Riverbend Log Homes have been manufactured in Nackawic, New Brunswick, Canada since 1986.
Our Eastern Canadian location ensures a long term supply of quality white cedar and efficient shipping to both Canada and internationally. White Cedar contains natural oils which protect against mould, temperature variations, moisture and insects. Its name “arborvitae” means “tree of life”- appropriate since its flattened leaves are eaten in the winter by wildlife such as deer, and its protective oils have made it useful for centuries in the production of items which must resist decay even when in contact with moisture, and outdoors in extreme temperatures – items such as logs for cabins, poles, posts, rails for fences, shingles for roofs, saunas, decks, docks, etc. It is no accident that many barns and cabins were made from cedar, and are still standing many decades later.
Riverbend cottages, homes and commercial projects can be found throughout North America, and several European countries.
Experienced design and production professionals ensure that a quality product is delivered on schedule to your site.
Over 90% of the Riverbend units are custom designed to meet the needs of each customer, with a drawing and quotation package available on any unit you may be considering.
A combination of a proven building system, custom designing, exceptional customer service, and very competitive pricing have made Riverbend the choice for an ever-growing list of those enjoying the log home lifestyle.
Ron Blaney, President
Riverbend Log Homes
Custom Design – Your Plan or Ours
Experienced designers using the latest in computer aided design technology, offer custom designing of plans to meet your exact needs.
Eastern White Cedar is used exclusively and has proven to provide superior energy efficiency, natural resistance to decay and insects, and is one of the most attractive and stable materials available for log homes.
The Best Materials
Proven brand name components ensure quality and service.
- Cultured Stone
- BP Shingles
- Community Metals