Brad JohnsonOwner/President Brad is the overall operations and business manager. Contact Brad
Holly JohnsonOwner/Manager Holly helps to coordinate projects, working with clients to ensure a smooth and enjoyable building experience. Contact Holly
Sitka Log Homes founder and President until 2011. John remains active in sales and as an advisor. Contact John
Bonnie JohnsonWebsite & Marketing Bonnie creates a unique web page for each new customer and updates the page as new photos are taken and as the work proceeds. Contact Bonnie
Carol BrownReceptionist and so much more It's Carol behind that friendly voice when you call our office. 250-791-6683 or fax: 250-791-6650
Company Profile and History
Sitka Log Homes is committed to providing excellent customer service, professionalism, and quality craftsmanship for each of our projects. Our goal is to provide our clients with the best overall positive experience. We offer the expertise of an internationally respected company yet still embrace the family qualities that developed Sitka Log Homes.
We may be building a restaurant for Korea one week and a ski-in-ski-out timber home in Colorado the next. Two log homes for Russia may be getting prepared to ship, while at the same time a small log cabin is trucked locally a few miles down the road. Timber or log projects range from small log cabins to huge commercial resort lodges and everything in between, including timber frame homes and log accent homes. Whatever the project is, through the use of quality materials and excellent workmanship, our goal is to provide our clients with premium results.
Brad Johnson owns and operates Sitka Log Homes. He takes pride in operating a family run business whose accomplishments are a result of experienced office staff and craftsmen dedicated to the success of each project.
Our staff works with clients to achieve complete satisfaction from start to finish.
Sitka Log Homes was founded by John Johnson. John began building log homes in the Cariboo region of British Columbia, Canada in 1969. At that time there were very few companies prefabricating log homes. The Cariboo was one of the first areas in the province to build log homes and ship them to sites around the world for re-erection. Prior to that time, most log building was done on site.
John began building small log houses on his own, gradually adding a few employees, including his son, Brad. The industry evolved over the years and log homes changed from being fashionable log cabins to the high-end custom homes that we are seeing today. What started as a small, local industry 40 years ago has grown to become a multi-million dollar industry, and Sitka Log Homes has evolved to adapt to the ever changing market.