Sometimes it’s worthwhile to spend more money on a quality lot in order to decrease land development costs when it comes time to build. To make sure you know when you’re getting, it’s essential to ask some tough questions before committing to a piece of land.
In part one, Moore Log and Timber Homes discussed the first three of six questions we’d recommend you ask before buying land…Continue
Added by Moore Log and Timber Homes on April 6, 2013 at 6:00pm — No Comments
We’ve worked with clients to build a post and beam home on land with stunning views, gorgeous lookouts or breathtaking terrains. What we’ve learned: before you buy, there are some questions you should ask to save yourself future headaches. It can be frustrating to find out after you’ve bought property for a timber frame floor plan that you’ve also committed to a host of hidden costs.
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The log and timber home lifestyle doesn’t have to wait until you retire. A modern dovetail log home or a custom timber frame house built as a secondary residence can be a perfect way to balance working life with the need to get away.
Building a secondary home offers a whole new set of lifestyle possibilities for your vacations, family gatherings and even simple weekend escapes from the city.
For our client Trudy, a business owner in Saskatoon,…Continue
Added by Moore Log and Timber Homes on April 4, 2013 at 6:18pm — No Comments
Perhaps the best perk of designing your own timber home is the freedom to include absolutely anything you want in the design. Sure, this means a lot of decisions about what details and amenities are most important to you and your lifestyle, but the end result is a customized house, tailor…
Added by Sara Brown on April 2, 2013 at 1:02pm — No Comments