Building a structure from the ground up can be a daunting task. But Timberlyne’s dedicated team will guide you through the process, step by step.
Because a custom-designed structure takes time, we recommend placing your order a year before your target construction start date. This allows time to create and revise your plans, order and receive your custom cut timbers, handcraft your accessories and produce your custom-designed package. Time frames may vary depending on the complexity of your project.
Step 1: Collaborating
Whether you have a rough sketch, architectural plans, or simply want to learn more about us, contact Timberlyne’s team of experts to get started on your journey. From preliminary planning and design specifics to budgeting questions, we will work with you on all the details.
Step 2: Creating
Once your preliminary design is in place, Timberlyne will help refine your vision and develop a visual model. Upon final design, an engineered set of construction documents will bring your structure to life.
Step 3: Gathering
After you finalize your plans and delivery is scheduled, Timberlyne will connect with our own saw mill and other trusted vendors to secure the highest quality materials. Our timber frames are cut from premier fiber from responsibly managed forests to be of the highest grades on the market.
Step 4: Crafting
When your timbers and other materials arrive, it is time to put Timberlyne’s timeless techniques and modern technology to work. Specialized CNC machinery will process each timber with exact precision. Skilled artisans will hand finish the intricate details, handcraft your accessories and package your order for delivery.
Step 5: Assembling
Delivery is coordinated with you and your building team to be delivered exactly when needed. Timberlyne has a flexible approach to construction and the assembly of our products. We can guide your local builder by answering questions or provide on-site assistance, help find a reputable contractor, or install the structure with our own expert in-house teams.