Timber Frame in the News
From time to time Woodhouse® timber frame homes have been featured in various publications. Please review our collection of media appearances and contact a Woodhouse® timber frame representative to find out how to become a part of the timber frame story.
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When Mack and Carol Tavis decided to build a 900-square-foot vacation cottage retreat in New York, they contacted Woodhouse®. The “lakeside pavilion” offers a waterfront view of Cayuga Lake – complete with a living room, bedroom, bath and a loft sitting area.
Richard and Lisa Coico’s 8,500-square-foot timber frame home on five acres on former farm land in Trumansburg, New York is the focus of this article.
Bob and Wendy Parrish chose Woodhouse® to build their 4,400-square-foot timber frame home in Vermont for two reasons: Woodhouse’s responsiveness to the Parrishes desire that the timber frame home highlight their collections; and their desire to use the highly efficient structural insulated panels (SIPs) that Woodhouse® uses to enclose their frames.
Bob and Barbara Jones of Windham, New York chose to work with Woodhouse® The Timber Frame Company to build their 6,600-square-foot timber frame ski home. The Woodhouse® timber frame package included custom-crafted Eastern white pine timber frame, along with the insulating enclosure system of structural insulated panels, windows and exterior doors.
A 6,000-square-foot timber frame ski-getaway home in New York is featured. Based on a complete, custom timber frame package from Woodhouse®, the home features detailing of the exterior timber-frame elements and copper-cap purlins that extend onto the porches and past the roof line.
Edward and Melissa Payne chose Woodhouse® to build their 5,000-plus-square-foot, eclectic-style timber frame home residence in Colorado. The couple picked a SmartWood™ timber frame home plan design that boasts an open, family-friendly floor plan.
David Easley and Maureen O’Hara 3,600-square-foot, modified Craftsman-style timber frame home in Trumansburg, New York is featured. The couple was impressed with the timber frame design approach of Woodhouse®. “Woodhouse® has a good sense of proportion,” notes the...