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Show Off the Timber Frame You’ve Built.

Have you been working hard on a project that you are particularly proud of? Let us help you spread the word about the Timber Frame you’ve built! Projects will be published on the page, highlighted on our social media channels, and also featured in our monthly newsletter.
It’s free to submit your project to the “Raisings” page. To do so, simply click HERE for the online form. You will be asked to submit photo(s) and tell us a little about your project.

If you have any other questions, please email support@timberframehq.com.

Douglas fir homes

MiRA Timber Frame Douglas Fir Homes

Project InformationCompany:MiRA Timber FrameDesigner/Architect:MiRA Timber FramePhotographer:MiRA Crew & John McKinnonTimber Framer:MiRA Timber FrameProject Location:Fort Smith, Northwest Territories, CanadaWood Species:Douglas FirProject Description: North of the 60th Parallel. The furthest north we’ve ever raised a timber frame. Our crew worked in frigid temperatures …

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Hybrid Timber Frame Home

Clydesdale Frames – Kovac Hybrid Timber Frame Home

Project InformationCompany or Owner:Jeremy Kovac​Designer/Architect:Clydesdale Frames Co & HomeownerTimber Framer:Clydesdale Frames CoBuilder:HomeownerProject Location:Saint Joseph, MOWood Species:Douglas FirProject Description: From the first meeting with Clydesdale Frames Co, Jeremy Kovac knew who was going to build his timber frame. He toured one of …

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Durning reciprocal roof

Bench Works – Reciprocal Roof Gazebo

Project InformationCompany or Owner:Bench Works​Designer/Architect:Wayne DurningTimber Framer:Elsibogtog first nation​Builder:Wayne Durning  and the  timber frame class of 2018Project Location: Elsibogtog, New Brunswick, Canada Wood Species:White pineProject Description: This is a 22 foot diameter reciprocal roof gazebo . (16) 5″x7″ x16 foot rafters with a  …

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