Creating timeless and beautiful custom timber frame homes
Since 1979, Woodhouse The Timber Frame Company has designed and built more than 1,000 timber frame homes. Learn more about our history of expertise and superior craftsmanship here. Whether custom or pre-designed, our timber frame homes are created to be a timeless and enduring legacy for you and your loved ones. Start yours by booking a meeting.
Cost to Build a Timber Frame Home
Begin planning your timber frame home budget with the Woodhouse Dream Home Budget Calculator, which allows you to customize 20 different variables to create an estimated cost for a home that’s as unique as you.
Our Top 10 Pre-Designed Floor Plans
Building the home of your dreams is exciting! Feeling a little overwhelmed? Clearly understanding how the building process works ahead of time will help to prepare you for the journey. We’ve put together our 10 most popular floor plans into one easy to read download for you.
Timber Frame Outdoor Structures
Timber framing isn’t limited to the primary structure of a main home. Peruse our work on custom outdoor timber frame structures, including pavilions, pergolas and gazebos. Or bring us your outdoor structure idea and see how we can create a custom timber frame that is just right for your home, business, or event.
Timber Frame Home Builders
Timber Frame Homes in Your Area
From the hometown-favorite timber frame homes in Trumansburg, New York to our featured timber frame homes in Asheville, North Carolina we have designed countless custom homes all over the nation, and can help you find the right local team to create yours. Get started today and find a builder in your area.
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