An un­com­mon timber frame com­pany.

Timber Home Living - - Focus On Floor Plans -

A home should adapt, age, and grow with its in­hab­i­tants. We find de­sign­ing struc­tures that work this way is both a chal­leng­ing and an ex­hil­a­rat­ing process.

Who de­signs our homes?

We be­lieve in the value of the cus­tom ar­chi­tec­tural process. Whether we work with your cho­sen ar­chi­tect, or our own ar­chi­tec­tural staff, we collaborate to in­cor­po­rate the nu­ances of timber fram­ing in your project. Each of our clients has a dif­fer­ent life­style and vi­sion--a cus­tom de­sign im­proves the home’s re­la­tion­ship to you, the site, and the bud­get.

What kind of wood do we use?

Our fa­vorite, and what we’re known for, is re­claimed timber sal­vaged from old in­dus­trial or agrar­ian struc­tures. We also of­fer freshly har­vested species from well-man­aged forests.

Who will raise the timber frame and in­stall the en­clo­sure?

The same crafts­men that cut your frame will raise and gen­er­ally in­stall the en­clo­sure sys­tem for your project. Our ex­pe­ri­ence adds to the safety, ac­cu­racy, and ef­fi­ciency of build­ing your home.

Does a timber frame cost more?

We think you should bud­get up to 20% more than a con­ven­tion­ally built home; how­ever the life­time costs of an ef­fi­ciency built timber home are usu­ally less. We also find to­tal costs can be com­pa­ra­ble to high qual­ity cus­tom homes. Many of our homes re­quire less square footage, al­low­ing more of the bud­get to be used for qual­ity and in­su­la­tion.


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