All log and timber frames are also precut and made ready for onsite assembly. You will be amazed by the accuracy of the cuts and how precisely it all comes together. Most of our frames are designed with the “PROW” roofs angling out. This is done for both style and the added protection of the overhangs.
12x16 Timber Framed Pavilion ----- How about this for an escape from the summer sun. The perfect pool side Cabana. Combined with the twig work this is an elegant masterpiece. It can also be built with nailers to allow for screens.
Here is another style frame with log rafters, nailers at 36 inches, framed in doorway, and a floor system. This is a perfect style to screen in, maybe put siding on up to nailers, twig work in the gables, use your imagination.
Notice some of the detail within this frame. The posts have live edge faces on the insides with the knee braces scribed in to fit. Also the posts are angled from the top portion back into the foundation with a broad axe. This frame starts in a 12’x12’ size but can easily be built larger and turned into anything from a garden shed, to a sugar house. What’s your idea?
Here we have another style frame with a timber framed roof system a top log posts and rails. This beech house gazebo measures 13’x13’. All log work is constructed of Eastern white cedar and roof framing is eastern Hemlock.
Let’s not forget about the little ones. How about an Adirondack play house?
Options on all kitsRoof sheathing – Rough Sawn 1x White Pine or 2x6 V-Groove Pine/Pre-Finished or Unfinished
Roofing -Architectural Asphalt Shingles or Cedar Shakes
Railings-Log Balusters / Twig work / X’s / Twig work in gables etc…
It is preferable that all site work and foundations are in place prior to delivery. However we can install footing in addition to cost.
Delivery and On Site Assembly:
These costs are calculated on each job individually. Factors include distance traveled, site prep, and accessibility.