Ready For The Next Step?

Welcome to our page for prospective dealers. We’re glad you have chosen to investigate this opportunity. Below is some information we feel it is important for you to know before applying to be a Colonial Structures log home dealer.

After reading this page, you may have more questions, and that’s fine. We’ll be happy to answer them. Now, you can take the step of completing our Dealer Application form. When we receive your application, we’ll schedule a time to speak by phone so we can answer any questions and concerns you may have, and so we can get to know each other a little better.

I’m looking forward to talking with you soon.

Steve Pence
Colonial Structures, Inc.

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Here are three videos we think will help you understand our company, our philosophy, and our products much better…

Why Dale Earnhardt Chose Us

Dale Earnhardt – a wonderful man and a great friend of Colonial Structures – gives us a personal tour of his North Carolina home.

The Magic of Cedar

A video explaining the many benefits of using cedar in the construction of log homes and buildings. Very informative!

Tour of Childress Ranch

NASCAR’s Richard Childress gives us a personal tour of his Montana ranch, built by Colonial Structures.

Dealer Application

Now that you know more about our company, maybe you’re ready to take the next step and apply to be a dealer? If that’s the case, just fill out the form and we’ll get the process started. There aren’t a lot of hoops to jump through, just a simple process that enables us get to know each other better, and helps us to get your commissions paid quickly!

Apply To Be A Dealer

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Business References (minimum 3): Name/Address/Phone/Position/Years Known

Are you looking for something temporary or permanent?

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What annual income do you desire?

Will you operate the business yourself or with others?

If accepted as a dealer, when are you available to start?

If accepted, would you build a model home?

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