Adirondack Cabin vs. Woodland Cabin

Adirondack Cabin vs. Woodland Cabin

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At first glance, our Adirondack model and Woodland model cabins look very similar. In fact, many of the available options are identical: log siding, a porch, and an A-frame roof. The classic cabin style is perfectly suited for the woods, the lake, or any wide open space. 

Both cabins come standard with 2x8 Log Siding and your choice of Lifetime Architectural Shingles or Metal Roof.

The biggest difference is that the Adirondack is a Certified Modular Cabin (below) and the Woodland (above) is not. That means the Adirondack interior is finished out and the cabin is certified to be a living space, whether as a vacation home or your full time residence.

The Woodland comes as a shell. This means that on the interior, the 2x4 studs (16" on center) are exposed, and there are no wall coverings. The Woodland is a blank canvas for you to use as is or make improvements on your own! 

We finish the Adirondack (and all of our Certified Modular Cabins) with tongue and groove walls and ceilings, pine kitchen cabinets with laminate countertops, and a mix of laminate and vinyl flooring. Plumbing and electrical (including fixtures) are included, in addition to insulation to meet all building codes. 

Which one is right for you? Only you can answer that question, based on what you intend to use your cabin for. But we're only a phone call away, and would love to answer any questions you have to help you make that decision.

Click here for information on how we deliver our cabins, and if you're interested in financing, we'd love to assist you as well. We look forward to serving you!