Projects

Ten Peaks & Whiskey Jack Lodge in Lake Louise, AB

Ocean Pacific was brought in to refurbish the Whiskey Jack Ski Lodge at Ten Peaks near Lake Louise. Lake Louise Mountain Ski Lodge contacted us to refinish the Charleston Residence. After 5 winters of wear, the ski resort was clearly impressed…

Restoring Chancellor Peaks Log Chalets in Golden, BC

Chancellor Peak Chalets is a deluxe lodging experience located just west of Golden, B.C., bordering the Yoho National Park, on the banks of the Kicking Horse River, west of Lake Louise and Banff.  These luxurious and rustic log cabins see harsh conditions…

Log Home Restoring

This 1,800 square foot log home was originally built in 1974. We were asked to restore the structure, so it was preped and the UV and weather damage was blasted away with 50/100 crushed glass. The logs were then stained…

Log House Refinishing

This 2,600 sq. ft. house was built in 2000. The logs were fir with yellow cedar tongue and groove skirting and had not been re-stained since in was built 20 years ago. A couple of the logs on the south…

Pioneer Log Home in Saskatchewan

Originally a Pioneer Log home, this 1,200 sq.ft, 2 storey, thirty four year cabin was a combination of fir logs and cedar shakes. We recommended that the logs and shakes be taken down to their original state by removing the…

Crushed Glass Blasting Log Home

This lovely log home sits on Lake Katepwa in Indian Head, an hour east of Regina. Darryl and his wife Angela hired Team Ocean Pacific to undertake the project: glass blasting, penetreating, and applying 3 coats of Sikkens Cetol Natural…

Gull Lake Log Cabin

This stunning home is located on Gull Lake, in Rimbey, Alberta. It was built by Pioneer Log Homes, who are the ones that have the reality TV show Timber Kings. In June 2017 we had the privilege to refinish the exterior.…

Beautiful Log & Wood Siding House

This beautiful log and wood siding home is situated in Metchosin BC. When I first visited the site, I was skeptical that we would be able to regenerate the wood to be as new, because of the amount of damage…