Classic home or Contemporary home? Recently, we have seen an increase in those building more contemporary, but on the other hand, we are also seeing an increase in those who want a classic home, with a modern touch. And of course, we continue to build the traditional looking log home as well!
What’s interesting is this: Regardless of the style of home our home owners choose – a classic home, contemporary, (and we have vintage designs as well), all have this in common: the love of building with wood, and care greatly about building green, and building a highly energy efficient home!
Here are some examples of the different homes we build. This is the Labrador model, from our Classic home series:
This is the Dakota model, also in our Classic Series:
And from our Contemporary Home Series, here is the Milano Model:
Also from our Contemporary Series, this is the Monterey:
Sometimes, our home owners prefer a classic home design, but feel like modernizing it a bit. Here is an example of a modernized classic home from Timber Block:
While other Timber Block home owners are “classic home” through and through!
Timber Block certainly has many benefits and advantages: We have the capability of building the home you want: The style, square footage, everything. We build with wood, but because of our patented system building process, there is no risk of settling or checking – something that’s associated with traditionally built log homes. Our homes are energy efficient. With R-30 to R-36 wall insulation, and R-40 to R-50 in the roof, Andersen windows, and a tight thermal envelop, our homes keep you comfortably cool in the summer and toasty warm in the winter, without a crazy cost to go along with it.
To learn more about Timber Block, call us at 866-929-5647 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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