Access To Experience
Founded in 2010, we are proud to be a self-funded, profitable, and remote company on a mission to help you better understand timber framing and help build one.
We serve customers in 25+ countries and work with the best people around the world: our remote team of over 6 TFHQ'ers work remotely throughout the US, Canada and Australia.
Our Core Values
- Treat everyone like a grandmother
- Make stuff that feels good to make
- Support team and company growth
- Be industry leaders
- Be diligent and swift
Our Core Focus
- Breakdown the barriers in getting a timber frame
- Educate folks about timber frames
Timber Frame HQ's founder, Brice Cochran has been working in the timber frame industry for 17 years as a timber framer in the shop, project manager, designer. He is now the President and . He is the proud father of two: Maddie and Liam. And he is happily married to his beautiful wife Christie.
He also finished building his own 3,000-square-foot timber frame home in SC while starting his career in the timber frame industry. He learned a lot through that process and is at the core of what he is trying to achieve by building TFHQ and helping people build timber frames.
Hey TFHQ Team. I just wanted to show you some pictures. We got it up and it all fit perfectly. I want to say thank you. You did an awesome job on the plans I couldn’t have done it without them. Thanks again.
- Mark McColloch
Meet the Team
Jack of All Trades
Katrina earned her bachelor's and master's degrees in Interior Design from Florida State University. She practiced and taught design in Florida for many years. She truly enjoys being immersed in the beautiful world of timber frames.
Borned and raised in the northwestern mountains of North Carolina he has been in construction his whole life. He decided to move into timber framing 26 years ago and fell in love with it. He is laid back, and has been told that strongest assets are artistic imagination, and his sense of humor.
Office and Marketing Administrator
Brandon cannot remember a time when he didn’t want to build his own home with hand-cut joinery and a lot of Eastern white pine. After a stint as a high school math teacher, he apprenticed at The Heartwood School with Will Beemer who introduced Brandon to the craft and trade of timber framing... Read On