Do you have a log home? They are beautiful, but they can also be the source of issues if not taken care of properly. Over time, moisture can cause the logs to twist and become compromised. This can cause structural damage if left unchecked. In this video, you will learn how to caulk a chinkless style log home.
First, you need some log cabin caulk and a caulk gun. Note that the tip or nozzle can be adjusted so depending on the size of the logs and the spacing in between.
Once you have your supplies, start caulking at about a 45 degree angle and line the spacing in between the logs with caulk. According to this video, it is important to use a high-quality brand of caulk because they will last much longer and have less air bubbles in the caulk itself. In fact, the demonstrator in the video has had premium caulk last up to twenty years! There really is not much more to it. However, if you find caulking to be too much work, you could always contact a professional cleaning and maintenance company.