Timber Frame Homes Colorado

Timber Frame Dealers

Woodhouse® timber frame homes are among the finest in the industry. With over 35 years of experience building dream homes of all shapes and sizes, Woodhouse® is proud to work with numerous builder-dealers in the state of Colorado to help make your Colorado Timber Frame vision a reality. Interested in touring a timber frame home in Colorado? We can assist.

Colorado is a geographically dynamic state that offers a true taste of the “Great Outdoors.” From its fertile Eastern Plain to its Majestic Rocky Mountains, Colorado is the only state that lies entirely above 1,000 meters (3,281 ft.) in elevation. With drastic elevation changes between its eastern and western halves, Colorado has a variety of distinctive micro-climates that make up many regions of the state. When building a timber frame home or commercial project in Colorado there are many things one should consider; like how to properly capture the best Mountain View possible, or how to properly avoid any issues with ice dams and snow loads while maintaining an energy efficient and cozy household. At Woodhouse® our experience runs deep in creating the perfect housing environment for our clients by having a true understanding of the particular environment surrounding it. 

Whether you are looking to build a one-of-a-kind luxury custom post and beam home, or looking to choose from our complete line of customizable, pre-designed timber frame homes, Woodhouse® provides an unrivaled number of flexible timber frame building options to choose from. 

Chris Koehn

Chris Koehn

Western Regional Project Manager

Builders / Dealers

Superior Carpentry, Inc.

Counties: Routt & Grand
Rob Thvedt
39120 Thompson Lane
Steamboat Springs, CO 80478
970-819-4194
rob@superiorcarpentryinc.com

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Superior Carpentry, Inc.

39120 Thompson Lane
Steamboat Springs, CO 80478

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Steamboat Springs

Steamboat Springs is recognized as a GOLD level Bicycle Friendly Community, with many expanding trails in the area. A World Class Ski Resort is also here for those outdoor enthusiasts. This is a perfect area for a mountain timber frame home!

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Steamboat Springs Building Codes

Colorado Springs

Located at the foot of Pikes Peak, and with the U.S. Olympic Training Center and The U.S. Air Force Academy in close proximity, Colorado Springs has excellent climate and a rich, thriving culture. Build your Mountain timber frame cabin or home here if you are into country living, with attractions all around you.

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Colorado Springs Building Codes

Durango

Every season has its highlights in this outdoorsy town, including (but definitely not limited to) whitewater rafting, skiing, biking, horseback riding, fishing, snowmobiling and more! Durango is ideal for an active lifestyle with a timber frame home to match.

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Durango Building Codes

Breckenridge

Home to four huge peaks and the largest historic district in Colorado, Breckenridge offers hundreds of activities if you are into winter sports and attractions. From Hot Air balloon rides to dog sledding, this is a great place to be if you like a snowy majestic landscape, while still being close to a wide variety of resources!

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Breckenridge Building Codes

Aspen

Aspen is recognized as one of the worlds foremost ski areas, resting in the upper end of the Roaring Fork Valley of the Rocky Mountains. With breathtaking views, build your timber home here to enjoy natural beauty year-round.

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Aspen Building Codes