Custom Home Case Study

Designing and building your customized dream home is as easy as 1, 2, 3

Step 1: Along with your project manager, you will visit the site of your new timber frame home. There, you can discuss your vision and expectations as well as practicalities or limitations. At this stage the project manager will flag any concerns as to the topography and recommend the best placement of your home on the site.

Step 2: When most clients are ready to move forward with their new timber frame home, they already have a folder filled with wish lists, photographs, drawings, and questions. During the main session, you will work one on one with your assigned project manager and our designers. This is the time you will spend in customizing and making your personal decisions.

The meeting is very important for you and for us but it’s also enjoyable and exciting. The time from this meeting to moving in to your dream home depends very much on the scope of the project, such as the size of the house, as well as bespoke details, additions or unexpected changes that inevitably crop up during the process.

Step 3: When the finalized home plans, permits, and dozens of other details have been approved, and the site has been prepared, the building process can begin. The most exciting moment for every new homeowner is when the complete timber frame house package is delivered. From this point forward a team of experienced professional contractors and tradespeople will transform your dream home from a design on paper to a reality. Your personal project manager, designer, contractors and the entire team at Woodhouse understand the importance of even the smallest detail.

Whatever your dream home is, the team at Woodhouse will ensure a seamless process from start to finish. Remember, we’ve been building fine quality custom timber frame homes for over forty years.

Read the true story about the Colorado couple with big plans and how they selected and transformed our WedgeWood timber frame design into their ultimate dream home.