We've been designing homes since 1974 resulting in thousands of timber frame homes and plans. Not only can our team help you design a new home, but they can also help you design a timber frame home addition, a custom workshop or garage, a pool house, whatever timber frame structure you desire, we're there to work with you and make it happen.
Timberpeg® timber frames are cut in Claremont, New Hampshire. At the heart of our factory is a Hundegger CNC cutting machine, capable of very fast, precise production. We also have an incredible staff of craftsman who inspect each piece of timber, and in some cases, cut timber by hand when needed.
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The construction of your Timberpeg home can be one of the most enjoyable times during the entire process as you finally get to see your home come to life. Many of our Independent Representatives are builders and/or contractors and you may choose to work directly with one of them to construct your home or if you have a different contractor you would like to use, that is no problem either.
Every Timberpeg home is designed from the beginning to be functional, energy efficient and sustainable. From the materials we use and the suppliers we partner with, a Timberpeg home is green, sustainable and energy efficient and it's why so many people have chosen to build with us for over 40 years.
Some of our customers and their builders have gone another step to have their homes inspected and certified as being Sustainable, Green and/or Energy Efficient through various certification organizations including Energy Star®, EarthCraft House, and several others.
More and more customers are seeking the help of professionals familiar with timber frame architecture. Timberpeg® has worked with and provided guidance on timber frame design and engineering to hundreds of architects for both residential and non-residential projects. We have worked with architects on timber frame designs in California, Colorado, New Hampshire, North Carolina, South Carolina, Vermont and many more states. Below are just a few architects we have worked with on designing timber frame homes and non-residential project:
Building a home requires a lot of work from everyone involved - owners, manufacturers and craftsmen alike. As the planning and building of your new home proceeds, each of the parties involved will have many different - and interrelated - responsibilities. The following section is a simplified outline of the basic steps and responsibilities for you, TimberpegⓇ, your local Timberpeg Independent Representative, and your contractor.