... which are available on newsstands this week. Are you working on your future timber home's layout? The October issue of Timber Home Living includes plenty of informative articles that can help you work out the details. Inside, you'll find:
- a destination piece on the peaceful, mountainous side…Continue
Added by Danielle Taylor on September 14, 2011 at 2:52pm — No Comments
There is nothing like a serious challenge to help you focus your thinking. This focus often leads to better conclusions than you might have considered otherwise.
The challenge for many people today is how to get what they want in their dream home — a dream home that has been downsized to fit their new budget realities. It is causing people to sacrifice some grandiosity and instead to give other considerations a higher priority.
Take Bill and Marise Craig, whose 16-by-19-foot…Continue
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According to home improvement retailers, June is one of the busiest times to begin DIY projects—and paint is the most effective way to give the dry walls on your timber home a fresh look without the cost.
Since June kicks off the official start of paint season—ScotchBlue Painter’s Tape has brought on their Pro Prep Patrol team: professional painters and home improvement experts who are on hand to help those with dry wall in their timber homes with their paint dilemmas—for free! They…
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If so, you might be interested in Energy-Efficient Homes, a special issue from Home Buyer Publications that offers the best in green and energy-efficient design. It features hundreds of tips on low-cost energy conservation steps, how to tighten up older houses, ways to make your home healthier and more…Continue
Added by Danielle Taylor on May 11, 2011 at 2:06pm — No Comments
Your timber frame home will serve to connect you with nature in a way that isn't possible with conventionally built homes. The timbers are true to their natural state, not chipped into pressed word or sawn down to 2X4's. They are stately and honor their true beginnings.
Windows, open to the outdoors, bring in the seasons and allow you to feel and enjoy the weather, without being assaulted by cold or heat.
So, design your home to take advantage of the nature…Continue
Added by Bonnie Pickartz on May 6, 2011 at 11:39pm — No Comments
It might be time to get out the chisels and saws and build a timber frame.
We moved into a new home two years ago. Well, it was new to us, but was celebrating its 25th birthday. There is a utility shed out back that keeps our gardening weapons, all manner of sharp objects for attacking the onslaught of nature in our yard.
This little — and I do mean little — building is one of those home-center specials made of some undetermined metal that seemed to rust at…Continue
The June issue of Timber Home Living just came out today, and it's full of info on kitchens and baths. Here's a sneak peek:
"Nancy and Jim McFadden set forth on an excursion several years ago in search of a home, a timber-frame home fitting their…Continue
Added by Danielle Taylor on April 19, 2011 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Spring is here, now's the time to put your building plans into action. We can help you design, cut and raise your Timber Frame Home quickly and efficiently.
Contact us, or visit the website at www.hamillcreek.com and we'll be happy to help you get started.
Added by Hamill Creek on April 1, 2011 at 12:25pm — No Comments
... and it's all about small timber homes. After years of trending toward bigger homes, consumers today are recognizing the benefits of smaller residences; however, with less than an abundance of space, it takes more planning to get the most out of every inch of your home. In this issue, we show you how to do just that, so if you're planning on building a compact and efficient timber home, this is the issue you won't want to miss. Inside, you'll find:
- four gorgeous home…Continue
Added by Danielle Taylor on March 29, 2011 at 4:08pm — No Comments
i am starting timber framing in arkansas. i have been timber framing for a while i just used different terms, and modern day methods. i have now taken on the old world traditional timber framing.
i framed my first timber frame house back in 1997, and then framed alot of structures using timber framing techniques, and modern day framing methods, and i have a friend in idaho who is a really great timber framer, and i found him on face book, and it opened up a whole new world of…Continue
Added by terry perkins on February 9, 2011 at 8:44pm — No Comments
New England Home Show’s 61st annual gathering of innovative Home, Remodeling, and Home Decor vendors, will also be host to WoodExpo 2011. Tommy MacDonald, the star of WGBH's Rough Cut-Woodworking with Tommy Mac, wanted to feature fine…Continue
Added by Glen Guarino on January 24, 2011 at 5:00pm — No Comments
A few months ago, while on a short trip to the Roanoke Valley in southwestern Virginia, I took the opportunity to visit Chateau Morrisette Winery, located in Floyd, Virginia, between mile markers 171 and 172 on the Blue Ridge Parkway. I knew this well-respected establishment at least included a timber-frame structure in its operations; what I didn't realize was that the winery's entire production facility and hospitality center were housed in one of the largest salvaged timber-frame…Continue
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