Regional Manager Serving Colorado
Mike Pollari grew up in the building and construction industry which has given him an appreciation and love for the trades.
"My father was a builder. He was truly a 'jack of all trades'. As soon as I was old enough I joined him and my first job was working with him as a cement contractor. In fact, some of the first jobs sites I worked on were for Timberpeg customers."
Mike has knowledge in all aspects of building a new home and is sure to be a great resource for building your timber frame home in Colorado.
Building in Colorado
Timber frame and the mountain style architecture found throughout Colorado go hand-in-hand. Whether your view is of the Rocky Mountains or one of the many rivers, Timberpeg homes are the perfect fit. Our flexible approach has allowed us to work with clients to design homes of all styles, sizes, and budgets. A Timberpeg home is the ultimate reflection of each homeowner.
With over 45 years designing and crafting custom homes and getaway retreats, TIMBERPEG® has become a name synonymous with timber framing. Our team has experience working with builders and architects from all regions. While some customers choose to modify one of our existing floor plans, most clients use our portfolio of plans and galleries as inspiration for their own home, which is then custom designed by our in-house team to fit their specific needs and lifestyle.
Popular Locations to build in Colorado
Aspen, Breckenridge and Vail
Continuously ranked as some of the best ski destinations in the U.S., Aspen, Breckenridge and Vail are also sought after for many other winter activities including ice skating, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. In the summer, Aspen is a mecca for hikers and cyclists, and there are plenty of opportunities for fishing, golf, horseback riding, and rock climbing. It’s no surprise so many choose to build their timber frame homes in these areas.
If you live an active lifestyle and work from home, Durango, referred to as “the main hub” of La Plata County, is the ideal place to consider building your timber frame home. The diverse landscape includes the rugged San Juan Mountains, arid deserts and even “hometown” ski hill with night skiing.
Often noted as one of the best cities to live in the United States, Boulder is located at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains the views can’t be beat! Its relaxed and laid back vibe make it one of the most inviting places to build a Timberpeg home.