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I have been having alot of water leaking on the inside N W corner of my 15 year old log cabin. I've tried caulking, but so far it hasn't helped. Help!


You should have the entire exterior caulked. A lot of times water can enter on entirly different end of the house and run along the logs before it finds an opening to enter.

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Posted By rodney wilcox
I'm confused. In several answers, you stated not to caulk any checks, yet here you've stated to caulk the entire exterior?