2014 Timber Frame Home Shows

2014 Timber Frame Home Shows

Home Shows, appropriately called, “Magazines Brought To Life,” are large, lively events occasionally featuring life-sized  Timber Frame structures. Our exhibit showcases the rustic elegance of a custom Woodhouse® timber frame home. Shows provide guests with free, hourly workshop presentations and educational demonstration areas. This is the place to see, feel and smell the wood.  These are a great opportunity to meet with our timber frame and structural insulated panel experts and get a feel for what Woodhouse is all about.

Sept. 19-21 Asheville, NC

Log & Timber Home Shows

WNC Agricultural Center

1301 Fanning Bridge Road

Fletcher, NC  28732

Booth# 117

Attending: Don Downs, Southeastern Regional Project Manager and Jeff Baker – V.P. of sales.

Sept. 19-21  Seven Springs, Pa.

Johnson’s Log & Timber Show

Seven Springs Mountain Resort

777 Waterwheel Drive

Seven Springs, Pa. 15622

Booth# 107

Attending: Greg Burnshaw, MidAtlantic Regional Project Manager & Pat Seaman, Owner & President

Sept. 26-28  Denver, CO

Log & Timber Home Show

Denver Mart, The Pavilion

451 East 58th Avenue

Denver, CO  80216

Booth# 214

Attending: Jeff Baker- V.P. of Sales

Ben Avila- Western Regional Project Manager

Oct. 24- 26 – Chantilly, Va

Log & Timber Home Show

Dulles Expo Center – South Hall

Chantilly, VA.

Booth# 630

Attending: Greg Burnshaw, MidAtlantic Regional Project Manager & Jeff Baker – V.P. of Sales

Nov. 7-8 Chicago, IL

Log & Timber Home Show

DuPage Expo

4050 East Main Street

St. Charles, IL  60174

Booth# 113

Attending: Lon Cooke & Stewart Elliott – Timberframe Midwest, LLC


If you are interested in coming out to see any of these events, please feel free to contact us for more information. You can also sign up for our newsletter to get regular updates.

Woodhouse’s Great Camp Adirondack Lodge

Woodhouse’s Great Camp Adirondack Lodge

Timber, stone, log siding, and twig details typify the Adirondack style initiated by the industrialists and financiers early in the last century. Our Adirondack style Great Camp home features a rustic timber frame and post and beam style floor plan.
Want to know why our Adirondack style home plans designs are better? Learn about the Woodhouse® difference here!

You can also view examples of our Adirondack style timber frame houses on Facebook!

Browse one of our other unique designs here.

  • Adirondack Cottage
  • Sagamore
  • Saranac
  • Tupper Lake Prow

With a total square footage of 4318 this home features an owners suite, a master suite, a great room, and plenty of cozy reading nooks, balconies, and porches.

Call 800.227.4311 for more information and to get started, or email us!

The Outside-Inside Connection

The Outside-Inside Connection

The Outside-Inside Connection: What is Outside-Inside Living?
by Tim O’Brien, Woodhouse Regional Project Manager
-From the Woodhouse Newsletter – Summer 2014

Imagine greeting your day from the deck off your master bedroom. A quiet stream gurgles by and your day is already begun with a refreshing connection to the outdoors. And when you return in the evening there is an outdoor fireplace with a crackling fire to gather around and unwind after a long day at work.

Integrating these “outside-inside” living spaces is part of the considerations we make during the design process. We look closely at how a house will sit on a given site, in conjunction with the views, solar aspect, and access.

In the design process we work together to create opportunities to keep your eyes on the outdoors and a flow that draws you forward into your home from the moment you walk through the front entry.

Those of you with south facing views know already about the benefits of solar gain and how it contributes to the efficiency of your timbered home. With that in mind we like to dig a little deeper and consider what your home is like during each hour of the day and what you like to do during those hours – this anticipation helps us to design for your needs and how you “live” in your home.

Are you a morning person that enjoys a sun-drenched kitchen and taking your morning coffee outdoors? Or do you look forward to the late-afternoon sun, perhaps stepping outside your kitchen/dining area and relaxing with cocktails on Fridays? Do you have a forested property and would like to gaze on wood-clad interiors to the trees outside? These are the kinds of questions to ask yourself so we have the opportunity to develop those outside spaces in harmony with the rhythm of your home and your life. Talking over the possibilities helps to dream the spaces that will connect you to nature, and to also create comfortable and natural spaces to relax and enjoy the outdoors.

Every home site has characteristics that we seek to understand and take advantage of – it’s part science and part art. It gives us great joy to coordinate these natural outside elements with the interior of your home.

Whether your building site has an abundance of wildlife, a simple wooded backdrop, a wide-open prairie, an ocean view, or a serene lake expanse, we design for your lifestyle. The real fun in design is when we take that natural landscape, and incorporate it into the flow of everyday life, outside to in.

Timber Frame Raisings in New York, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Maryland

Timber Frame Raisings in New York, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Maryland

The best way to get a feel for what building your very own timber frame home would be like is to check out a frame raising in your area! Contact us at info@timberframe1.com or please call: 800-227-4311, if you’d like to attend one of our timber frame raisings coming up in July and August:

Windham, NY
La Crescent, MN
Boston, NY
Ithaca, NY

Waukesha, WI
Cross Lake, MN
Deep Creek, MD

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