Adirondack LogWorks

Custom, hand-crafted log railings, stairs, furniture, and more

We welcome any project ― from the smallest local job to high-end clients a state away. Since 1999, we’ve completed more than 1,000 jobs for more than 600 individuals and companies, including major sports figures, actors and TV personalities, and business owners. We pride ourselves on our craftsmanship and adaptability, and we look forward to new projects of all kinds.

Locally Owned

Based in the heart of the Adirondack Park, our core business is the North Country, but we also meet customers where they are all over the Northeast.


Our clients are our highest priority. We customize each piece, deliver and install to make sure the details are right, and aim for excellence in every phase of the job.


We use high-quality pine and cedar logs and finishes to ensure our products are built to last and remain beautiful.


Scott Phillips

Scott Phillips began working with logs in 1977, when he helped his uncle build a hand-hewn log cabin in Montana. In 1987, Scott married and settled down in Schroon Lake, and shortly after, he started on his own log home. He bought a private, eight-acre wooded lot and carefully selected and hand-peeled each log for the house. No crane was used as he assembled nearly 100 logs. Scott enjoyed the work so much that he decided to start a business where he could make log accessories full-time. He founded Adirondack LogWorks in 1999 and has worked with each new customer since, not only enjoying the craftsmanship but also continuing his passion for helping people and providing great service.



Jesus Christ

More important than Scott’s work is his relationship with Jesus Christ, the Master Craftsman. The Bible says, “For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus.” Just as Scott’s products are a reflection of his craftsmanship, he wants his life to reflect God’s love. God demonstrated His love by sending His Son, Jesus, to earth to bridge the gap between God and man. We are separated from God because of our sin. But God, in His love and mercy, sent Jesus to die in our place so we can live with Him in Heaven after our time on earth has ended. Scott accepted Jesus’ death as payment for his sin when he was 10 years old, and it has changed the course of his life! God’s free gift of sins forgiven now and Heaven later is available to all who believe. That’s the greatest gift of all!



Learn more about the craftsman and his work in this short video.

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