Why I have been away
- Finishing my home
- Building up my business after finishing my home…recovering from being away
- Wrote my book – Creating a Timber Frame House
- Pneumonia which made me refocus my life
What to expect moving forward, my commitment to you
- At least one new show every month
- Based on your questions so give us a call at 888-552-9379
I Tunes reviews
- I have been really impressed with what Brice has put together not only with these shows but at his website at timerframe HQ. I am a life long carpenter/contractor in Seattle, WA wanting to learn timber framing and this has been a god sent. Well thought out discussions with professionals that are easy to listen too and seem to benefit professional and homeowner equally. Well done, look forward to more.
LOVE This Show
- I Love this show , Im hoping to build a Brick ranch timber frame home . Ill be starting next spring APRIL 2014, so this info is great. I just hope it continues, looks like nothings happened here since Jan 2013. thanks Bob C
Meat and Potatoes of the Show
Biggest Mistakes I Made Building My Timber Frame Home
- Too much research
- So many different building methods
- What did folks do before the internet
- Enclosure system
- Drawer and Cabinet pulls
- Over thinking things
- Do I want to do it this way or that way
- So many different options out there.
- Over built my home
- Timber Frame
- These just made it cost more…will that pay off?
- Expected too much from friends and family
- Them coming for a weekend they do not have the same mind set as me…git-r-done
- They are looking for a weekend off and to have fun
- Did not always ask for help
- High Standards
- Sandy Kohn
- Things you never see: joinery and things behind a wall
- Wanted all the subs to have the same standards I had and they don’t have to because it is not their house and they are not personally tied to it.
- Tried to save too much money along the way
- This goes back to research
- Time is money – bank loans, getting things done instead of research
- Digging up the pipe under the slab the morning before the slab was to be poured.