Timber Frame Homes Alaska

Timber Frame Dealers

We would welcome an opportunity to quote on your home, addition or commercial timber frame in “The Last Frontier.” Please contact the Woodhouse Regional Project Manager to discuss your project. Woodhouse has built nearly 800 residential and commercial properties across the U.S. and around the world — maybe yours will be next?

Interested in becoming an Independent Builder Dealer in Alabama? Call Woodhouse at 800-227-4311.

Chris Koehn

Chris Koehn

Western Regional Project Manager

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Anchorage

Anchorage has everything an outdoors oriented family could want! From spectacular mountain vistas to fascinating outdoor ecotourism, Anchorage is an unforgettable destination. Areas of interest include: Chugiak-Eagle River, Anchorage Bowl, Girdwood, and Turnagain Arm.

For more information on city zoning and planning requirements, please check out the following link:

Anchorage Building Codes

Chugiak


Residing on the outskirts of Anchorage, Chugiak is a scenic town with close proximity to big city attractions and ammenities. If you like a quiet, small-town atmosphere, consider building your timber frame home in Chugiak.

Wasilla


Wasilla is a culture-enriched community, with plenty of outdoor activities all around you. If you enjoy the Alaskan wilderness, with plenty of breath-taking sights around every corner, then Wasilla is the place to build.

For more information on city zoning and planning requirements, please check out the following link:

Wasilla Building Codes

Fairbanks

With a front door seat to frequent Northern Lights displays, Fairbanks is an ideal area for anyone looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of Anchorage. Located in the wilderness of Alaska, Fairbanks is a perfect place for a timber frame home.

For more information on city zoning and planning requirements, please check out the following link:

Fairbanks Building Codes

Juneau

Alaska’s state capital is also one of its most beautiful cities and one of the most visited communities in the state. Within easy walking distance of the historic downtown area are the state capitol building, Saint Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church, several museums and historic South Franklin Street, where turn-of-the-century buildings today are modernized attractions.

For more information on city zoning and planning requirements, please check out the following link:

Juneau Building Codes