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Pete Pyles

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Country Comfort Homes Inc

HQ Phone:  (336) 372-1501

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Country Comfort Homes Inc

42 New River Drive

Sparta, North Carolina, 28675

United States

Company Description

Log homes have managed to permeate mainstream American housing - particularly in the last 40 years. And while technology has allowed diverse construction solutions to surface, few have been developed to ensure the standards of quality that make our custom log ...more

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Independent Dealer

Appalachian Log Structures Inc


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Custom Log and Hybrid Homes | Country Comfort Homes, Inc. in Sparta, NC

The log home company, Appalachian Log Homes, had a representative in their area, Pete Pyles of Country Comfort Homes.
When they saw Pete's own model home in Tobaccoville, they were sold. They would have the same rugged square-cut log and chinking, a style historically authentic in this region. Pete Pyles got into the log home business, he says, when he decided to build one himself 15 years ago. With his knowledge of construction a commitment to doing things "the best way possible," he offered guidance to the Britts at every stage. "By using just the heartwood, you get minimal shrinkage," says Pete, "and the chinking we use provides the flexibilty needed to stay weathertight with atmospheric changes." Pete Pyles, who planned the wiring and plumbing as part of the design process, stresses the importance of location key furnishings before the building starts: "That way, the people living in the house get exactly the functions they need - - wiring in a beam, for instance - - and the workings you don't want to see are hidden.


Custom Log and Hybrid Homes | Country Comfort Homes, Inc. in Sparta, NC

The young couple looked no further than Angie's father, Pete Pyles, for assistance when building their first log home in 1997.
The owner of Country Comfort Homes Inc., an Appalachian Log Homes dealer in Tobaccoville, North Carolina, Pete eagerly lent a hand. "Being able to help plan and build their home was really great because not many fathers have a chance to do something like this," Pyles says. "Anyone can sell a package, but you need to know how it works. I'm a building junkie - - I'm very finicky and detail-oriented. My philosophy is it's either perfect or wrong. If I don't like it, I can't expect others to like it." Pyles specializes in square log construction. He says his homes work best in climates with high humidity and dramatic temperature changes. "We relied on Pete to guide us in the right direction. As a dealer and a builder, he walks you through the entire process. He went through our plans several times to make sure we had exactly what we wanted." Pete joined Greg and Angie as they toured various homes to gauge floor plans and design options. The couple pointed out features that caught their eye, and then Pete customized a floor plan for a two-story, 2,400 square foot log home. Pete Pyles tested untried designs on the log home built by his daughter and son-in-law, Greg and Angie Comer. To fulfill the couple's wish for space and to add architectural pizzazz, Pete recessed a wall three feet in the master bath so the lavatories projected slightly into the sunroom. Space gained, Pete realized the design served another useful purpose. "It's always a challenge to hide the heating and cooling ductwork," he says, "but the three feet gave us enough space to hide the ductwork and plumbing, which runs from the basement up. You don't even know it's there." Another unique aspect of the Comer home is the exterior design. The rear features batten board siding rather than traditional timbers and dormers at each end allow for more natural lighting and provide an interesting roofline. "You typically don't see this design on standard A-frames," Pyles says. "The ceiling in the kitchen and sunroom slopes from 8 feet to 13 feet. I like it b because the change of angles and textures gives your eyes something extra to look at." Greg and Angie wanted space their young family could grow into. After living in a cramped townhouse, they craved large, open, bright rooms with spacious walk-in closets and a kitchen featuring a roomy pantry. Pete suggested a mix of logs, drywall and lighting to add warmth, texture and brightness throughout. Downstairs in the master bath, Pete tried a new approach to creating extra space b y extending a wall three feet for the dual his-and-her lavatories. Pete agrees, saying the first-time homebuilders acted like pros. "I like the warmth - you walk in and it just feels good," he says. "There's so much natural material and it goes well with the soft fabrics and furniture. The kids have created a home they'll enjoy for years." Looking back on their building experience, the Comers credit Pete with giving them the confidence and resources to create exactly what they envisioned.


Custom Log and Hybrid Homes | Country Comfort Homes, Inc. in Sparta, NC

Working with Pete Pyles, owner of Sparta-based Country Comfort Homes Inc., the Woods ultimately decided on a customized floor plan from Appalachian Log Homes.
The 2,200 square-foot design features four bedrooms-one on the main level and the rest on the second level-as well as a detached garage and large front and back porches. Dormers on both sides of the house expand the living area upstairs. "People who build log homes are unique individuals, and they're usually looking for something custom, as opposed to the cookie-cutter houses they've lived in for years," Pete says. "An extended deck and gazebo aren't that common in these kinds of homes," says Allen Lankford of the W.A. Lankford Company, a contractor who frequently partners with Pete to build log homes.


Custom Log Homes and Log Home Design - Appalachian Log Homes

Pete Pyles
1235 Gunsmoke Road Tobaccoville, NC, 27050, US Phone: 336-983-6478 | Fax: 336-983-6478 Email:pete@countrycomforthomes.com


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Pete Pyles
1235 Gunsmoke Road Tobaccoville NC, 27050 Phone: 336-983-6478 | Fax: 336-983-6478 Email:pete@countrycomforthomes.com


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