Homestead Timber Frames invites your team to collaborate with our team. Together we will provide your custom project with the desired timber frame structures or elements that reflect your client’s personal taste and design aesthetic. We are committed to creating the perfectly designed timber frame structure that works within your intended guidelines and budget, whether it be large and elaborate or small and cozy. Our team can work from your plans or add additional timber framing to a project.

Over the years we have collaborated successfully with regional builders and national developers. From barns, homes, pavilions and commercial projects, Homestead Timber Frames embraces working with innovative professionals who value excellent craftsmanship.

Our services include timber frame design, consulting, cutting and raising the timber frame. Please contact us for more information. We look forward to working with you soon.


It is Homestead Timber Frames’ aim to offer excellent timber frame design and craftsmanship that completes the architects’ home designs for their clients. Integrating creative joinery and choice of woods gives your projects the crowning touch your clients will be drawn to. Consider us when you have a request for heavy timbers in a residential or commercial job.

The best time to consult us is when your preliminary sketches are completed. This allows our team to offer suggestions as to sizing of timbers, spans, loads, and other options in order to integrate the timbers into your design. Our goal is to develop a complete timber frame solution that will complement your design expertise. Then your client has the best of both worlds and a complete architectural package for a very handsome home filled with the warmth of natural wood.

“This great room must be well lighted, it will have groups of windows that furnish cheerful vistas in the daytime, and it must be so planned that seats or divans circle the fireplace and bring, by the very structure of the house, the family into intimate, happy relationship.”

– Gustav Stickley