The process of building a Timberbuilt is not only technical and operational, it is beauty in motion 

To share all of those aspects we are documenting the construction of a Timberbuilt, from start to finish, as the project unfolds.

Welcome to Timberbuilt's Idaho Olive, a 3,585 sq. ft home under construction in the rural mountain community of Soda Springs, Idaho.

When completed, this Timberbuilt will include 6 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, a kitchen/dining room, loft, great room w/fireplace and rec room. 

Please join us on this Timberbuilt journey and experience the many wonders of Timberbuilt Homes.

 

Timberpuzzlepieces

The numbers on the beams match up in the building process...much like puzzle pieces.

Thebent

The Bent--a main timber frame for the house

 

Adaminspecting

Adam Lincoln makes a final inspection of the timbers.

 

Arrivingonsite

The Timberbuilt Crew arrives safely in Idaho.

Thefoundation

Plywood goes on top. 

Timberswalls

Timbers and walls begin to rise (note The Bents).

Lowtimberswalls

A graceful curve of timbers.

Bigpix

Setting the insulating SIP roof and wall panels.

Broadview

The house takes shape.

Sipsinplace

A Tyvek coat. 

Siding

Siding in place. 

JoshTour

Josh welcoming interested Timberbuilt clients to a tour of his home. 

JTorman

Josh Torman---Owner and Builder


To read about Josh Torman's experience in building The Idaho Olive, click here