Cliff top, lakeside custom built 21×21 Jambe de Force timber frame “gym with a view” pavilion. Designed and built for a fitness enthusiast and former rowing coach in Crossville, Tennessee, in 2014, and finished with a “gym floor” and wiring for lights.
Here’s What Our Client Said…
This installation took place on a very difficult-to-build site. I think a lot of people thought that it couldn’t be built. But Homestead Timber Frames and my strong-willed husband made it happen. This pavilion has entertained people from Iceland, South Africa, Switzerland, and many states in the USA. We could not be more satisfied with the workmanship and quality. Kudos to Homestead Timber Frames and many thanks for their impeccably high standards of building!!!
~ M. Franks
On The Drawing Board
Enjoying A Timber Frame Pavilion Day Or Night…
Wiring an outdoor pavilion or structure can be challenging and we are often asked how it can be done. Timber frame pavilion owners like to enjoy their pavilions after dark, some wanting ceiling fans or other fixtures. Equally important, electrical outlets are also appreciated. The challenge in providing electrical service in an open structure is one of safely hiding the wiring. Over the years we have developed several effective techniques to meet this challenge. Want to learn more? Check out our article, "Wiring An Outdoor Pavilion."
~ From Our Homestead Timber Frames Musings Page