The most photogenic structure we build is probably the Lanier cabin. The Lanier has two stories, dormers on the front, and tons of natural light flowing through the open floor plan. Inside and out, this is one of the best-looking cabins we build! Our Facebook fans agree, and often ask to…Read More
Our New York Cabin Team has set the bar high when it comes to home show exhibits. According to Rick Herman of the Rochester Home Builders' Association, Woodtex is the first builder ever to build a real home at the Rochester Home and Garden Show. This little house is generating a lot of…Read More
Bring on 2016! Our entire team is back at it after our enjoyable break over Christmas.
In fact, we're already planning our annual Open Houses. Open House has become an annual event at each Woodtex Sales Center and many folks come just for a good time and great food, if not for the deals…Read More
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…Read More
There are a few noticeable similarities in most of our modular cabins... log siding is an obvious one, and tongue and groove (T&G) walls (and ceilings) is another. But, why do we do it that way? Is it because of the way it looks? Is it because of cost? Can we do drywall in our cabins? I sat…Read More