When it’s finally time to begin construction on your new timber-frame home, Timberbuilt can be as involved as you would like us to be. In our experience, it is important for clients to understand how the process works, so you get the product you expect. Choosing a builder or sub-contractor who has the experience, finances and time to complete your project will help ensure that everything goes exactly as expected. 

We offer three building options for our timber-frame homes:
 

Option 1: A turnkey solution


Timberbuilt handles everything, from design through completion of your new timber-frame home.

Option 2: Timberbuilt & Builder

  1. We work with you to develop one of our standard or custom timber-frame home plans. Timberbuilt then engineers and manufactures the timbers and SIP panels for your new timber-frame home.
  2. You select a builder (we can help you find one) to prepare the site, foundation and decking.
  3. Timberbuilt provides a timber and panel package, and erects the timbers and frame of your house, along with the exterior walls (SIP panels). Windows can also be supplied as part of the package if you choose. You can shop for your own manufacturer, or order through us (we use Pella® windows).
  4. Your builder puts in the windows, roofing material, siding, masonry work, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, interior walls, drywall, paint, flooring, fixtures, cabinets, interior trim and doors, and provides any other finish work.

Option 3: Timberbuilt & Homeowner as General Contractor

  1. We work with you to develop one of our standard or custom timber-frame home plans. Timberbuilt then engineers and manufactures the timbers and SIP panels for your new timber-frame home.
  2. You act as general contractor, hiring subcontractors to prepare the site, foundation and decking.
  3. Timberbuilt provides a timber and panel package, and erects the timbers and frame of your house, along with the exterior walls (SIP panels). Windows can also be supplied as part of the package if you choose. You can shop for your own manufacturer, or order through us (we use Pella® windows). 
  4. You and your subcontractors put in the windows, roofing material, siding, masonry work, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, interior walls, drywall, paint, flooring, fixtures, cabinets, interior trim and doors, and provide any other finish work.

For more information about your timber-frame home building options, and to discuss which one is right for you, contact Timberbuilt today.  

Check out this time lapse photography video of Timberbuilt SIPs panels being set in place.