What is a timber frame home?
A timber frame house is very similar to a post and beam log house. The main structure of a timber framed home consists of horizontal timber beams, which are then supported by vertical timber posts. The main difference between a post and beam and a timber frame is the timbers in a timber frame are precisely cut into a square profile where post and beam is a round profile. Usually, timbers are seen on the interior of the home with traditional siding options covering the outside.
Timber frame homes typically have clean lines, symmetry, and strength which allow you to push the boundaries of complex designs and style. We only use the highest quality Douglas-fir and western red cedar available. Our timber frame homes and cabins can be CNC machine cut or handcrafted. All timbers are precisely cut, labeled and then packaged tightly into shipping containers, saving our clients time and money.