Contemporary Home

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This home in Mountain Rest, South Carolina invites exploration of its unique timber frame features & beautiful details.This custom contemporary timber frame home combines historic elements with modern amenities. The result is a warm and inviting contemporary, comfortable space. Natural … Continued

Bare Timber Frames

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Pictures of completed homes, outbuildings and other structures are wonderful to see. We can picture ourselves cooking in that kitchen, hanging out with family in that great room, or sitting on that porch. But there’s no denying the beauty of … Continued

Timber Framed Decks

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A deck expands your living space. It’s where you grill, where you hang out, where you put your umbrella and lounge chair.If that’s not reason enough, it offers one of the highest return on investments in home improvements. Timber frame … Continued

Timber Framed Entrances

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Your entrance creates the first impression visitors get of your home or business. You want it to be warm and inviting and a reflection of your personal style. Timber frame entrances can be rustic or contemporary, imposing or understated, large … Continued

Timber Frame Cabana

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Quickly nicknamed the “Stealth Cabana” this Cypress timber frame cabana was an interesting project. Raising the cabana in the Atlanta August heat, next to a beautiful pool, was a hot, hot job. The crew got it done and our client … Continued

Dewees Island Home

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Dewees Island is a private barrier island, north of Charleston, South Carolina. The island is accessible only by ferry, which makes building a timber frame interesting! Transporting Materials All of the timbers, SIPs, workers, equipment and tools rode the ferry … Continued

Floating Gazebo

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Raising a timber framed gazebo on a floating dock in Alabama required math skills and equilibrium! The Cypress octagonal gazebo required some different layout. We cut the five-sided posts on our sawmill, along with the six-sided “boss pin.”Boss pin is … Continued