ECO LOG HOMES offers a complete range of timber construction methods, including timber frame, log profile cladding, Vermont plank, post and beam and interlocking double tongue & groove heavy solid log. Interior finishes can be customized to any desired texture and colour, including fibre cement board, fire stop gypsum board or timber cladding. Eco Log Homes builds all over South Africa and abroad and the Heavy Solid Log Interlocking Tongue & Groove product is gaining popularity in the export market. The Eco Log Homes team takes pride in crafting every project to fit your individual needs, budget and aesthetic requirements.

ECO LOG HOMES guarantees quality finishes and craftsmanship with an employee profit sharing enterprise resulting in a dedicated and motivated workforce committed to exceeding our client’s expectations.

ECO LOG HOMES was established in 2000 by founder member and owner Werner Slabbert.

Proud member of the Institute for Timber Construction


View our 7 minute video online for a great overview of the benefits of living in a ECO LOG HOMES timber home. ECO LOG HOMES VIDEO


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