LOG BUILDERS'

 ASSOCIATION OF

 NEW ZEALAND

 

 

 

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   Contact us:

Marian Ganzeveld

LBANZ Secretary

PO BOX 56,

Rai Valley, 7145

Phone: 03 744 3128

secretary@logbuildingnz.org.nz   

 

 

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Welcome to the Log Builders' Association of New Zealand

The Log Builders' Association of New Zealand (LBANZ) was first established in 1982 after Canadian log builder B. Allan Mackie tutored two eight day log building courses in the Wairarapa.  It was from these courses that the initial interest was sparked for the formation of an association.

The aims of  the Log Builders' Association is    

    • to foster the highest standards of log building

    • to monitor building code revisions affecting log buildings

    • to offer information to log builders and the public

    The LBANZ now produces newsletters for its members. The newsletter, 'No Problem!', aims to provide up to date information on what's happening on the log building scene in New Zealand and around the world.  With new building techniques and ideas developing all the time, the LBANZ passes this information on to its members.  The LBANZ also have log building books and tools available for sale.

    Every second year the LBANZ holds a Get-together and Conference over Queens Birthday weekend - alternating between the North and South Islands.

    Every year the LBANZ offers log building courses that run for 10 days with 100 hours of professionally tutored hands on log construction work.  During the course one day is set aside for visiting log buildings in the district.

    The Associationhas around 80 members. Most of the members live in a loghome. Many of these people have attended courses and gone on to build their own home.  Some are keen to build a log home later on in life.  All have an interest or passion for log buildings and it is through the LBANZ where these people share their ideas and dreams.

 

Get a close up view of a log home.

Would you like to visit a log home or even stay in one?  Get in touch with the Committee Member in your region for information on local homes.  You can find their phone numbers under the heading Contacts.

 

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