We get this question a lot: Where can Timber Block build?
The answer to this question is quite simple. Timber Block builds anywhere and everywhere.
How is this possible? Because Timber Block utilizes a system building process which is a patented and proprietary product, we can build anywhere. Our efficient flat stacking process allows us to transport our homes across the country – and beyond!
Many of our home owners asked this question first. Not because they live far (although we can, and have built all over the world), but in more “remote” locations. Sometimes, our home owners choose to build their home in a landscape that may not be completely developed, but have picked this land as a second vacation home – to get away from it all.
Typically, a Timber Block home up to 2500 square feet can be delivered on one truck – this is beneficial in many ways, including the cost efficiency. Many traditionally built “log” homes can take several trucks to transport even a smaller home, resulting in high transport cost, and certainly more waste.
The Timber Block build process: Our wood (dried to an 8-10 percent moisture content) is cut, sanded, insulated and stained in our quality controlled factory. Then, the wood is stacked in panels, thru bolted every 24 inches and bonded under thousands of pounds of pressure. The window areas are cut out for a perfect fit, and protected. The panels are then flat stacked onto a truck, and delivered to the build site. (The windows are delivered separately, and installed on-site once the walls are up.)
If you already have land and have any questions on delivery, our pros are always on hand to talk to you. Call us at 866-929-5647 or email email@example.com.
In addition, if you don’t have land and need help finding land, or you may have an idea of a piece of land you are considering, we can offer plenty of advice!
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