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Old 5/19/17, 2:31 PM
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Default Architect needs log home inspector in PA.

Carol Quigley <CQuigley@frensandfrens.com>
1:06 PM (22 minutes ago)

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Hello!
I am writing from a restoration architecture office in PA and we have completed drawings (along with our structural engineer) to reconstruct a log barn. The majority of the logs along with the rafters and a few other roof framing components have been preserved and are going to be used in the reconstruction, but the entire assembly will be built on a new stone veneer and poured concrete foundation. The building inspector has asked that a log inspector review the plans. This is clearly not the same as reviewing a log structure that already exists. But I saw on your site that you offer log inspection qualifications, and I was wondering if you could tell me if any of the inspectors in my neck of the woods (West Chester, PA) are certified log structure inspectors based on that qualification? I do not seem to be able to search for log inspection qualifications.
Thank you in advance for your assistance!!


Carol Jean Quigley
FRENS and FRENS, LLC
Restoration Architects
120 N. Church Street, Suite 207
West Chester, PA 19380
p. 610-430-7730 ext. 203 / f. 610-430-7621
cell: 484-678-1095
www.frensandfrens.com
cquigley@frensandfrens.com
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