This is a lead Paragraph The earth gives us what we need to live, including what we need for our homes. It only makes sense to protect it.

This is normal text size why Timberlyne is deeply concerned about the environment and protection of the land. We want our barns to last for generations while ensuring healthy forests and a clean environment as part of our legacy.

Not only was wood the traditional building material for barns, wood grows naturally, using energy from the sun, and is the only major building material that’s renewable, reusable and sustainable. It outperforms other materials in terms of energy use, greenhouse gases and air pollution, and is actively promoted by the USDA as superior green building material.

Where others may use harsh chemicals harmful to the environment (often used on sill plates), Timberlyne chooses to use Eastern Red Cedar that is naturally resistant to rot, decay and insects. In addition, the flexibility of wood makes it an ideal building material for earthquake safety or high wind requirements.

Since our posts sit on top of Eastern Red Cedar sill plates, there is no need for them to be treated. Our cedar sill plates are also naturally resistant to insects, mold and mildew without the use of toxic chemicals. Wood requires less energy to produce, transport, construct and maintain over time, making our chemical free wood the perfect building material.

Our barn kits are produced primarily from Ponderosa Pine, which reseeds itself for future growth. Our suppliers practice selective logging to help maintain and continue the healthy growth of forests.

These trees will grow to provide habitat and food for wildlife, restore beauty to the landscape, clean rivers and streams, and provide enjoyment for recreational activities like camping, hiking and fishing. Over the course of 50 years, a single tree can generate $31,250 of oxygen, provide $62,000 worth of air pollution control, recycle $37,500 worth of water and offer $31,500 worth of soil erosion control.

Your trees will be silent monuments, actively participating in nature’s plan for decades to come.

* Tree facts provided by the National Arbor Day Foundation

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Not only does wood require less energy to produce, transport, construct and maintain over time, but it is also a natural insulator from the elements. As a result, our barns are comfortable throughout the seasons, warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. This is especially important if you plan to finish off your barn, saving you money on your energy bills.

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Timberlyne construction starts with pre-cut bents, clearly labeled materials and numbered plans. These and other energy efficient details reduce project and product waste. Building in this controlled work environment also helps reduce waste. Any scrap wood left over is donated and recycled.

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We take care to ensure our timbers are responsibly and sustainably harvested. These practices ensure there is more timber growth than harvestation each year. We are happy to report that forestland acreage in North America has been stable for more than 100 years.

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