Kiosk Milestones

March 1, 2018

2018 is promising to be a banner year for TimberHomes’  trailhead/information kiosk business. January and February were noted by an unusually large amount of sales, already totaling 50% of the total 2017 sales. Both repeat and new customers can be thanked for this phenomena. Especially noteworthy are sales to new states and to the US Government.

White oak posts classic kiosk

Side View of Classic Kiosk









While TimberHomes has sold its timber frame wayfinding kiosks in the South before, the recent sale of a Classic Kiosk to Longs, South Carolina marks the first to that state. The unit is part of a project at the former Conway Bombing and Gunnery Range being overseen by the US Army Corps of Engineers. Texas can also now be added to the list of states where it’s possible to find a TimberHomes’ kiosk. The city of Dalworthington Gardens will be receiving soon a double sided Classic.

One of the Winter’s larger orders of three Classic Kiosks is going to Philadelphia. While TimberHomes has sold wayfinding kiosks to Pennsylvania on a few occasions, this particular sale is worthy of celebration because it’s going to the US Fish and Wildlife Service. With any luck they too will become regular, repeat customers.

A kiosk at the Kingdom trails trailhead in Vermont

Mini Kiosk














Repeat customers have been instrumental in this early uptick in kiosk sales. The towns of Medway and Franklin, MA and the Essex Land Trust (CT) will all be soon receiving more Classic and Mini Kiosks. Burlington’s Local Motion will also soon see some more of TimberHomes. Thanks to all of TimberHomes’s new and repeat customers. We enjoy making and take great pride in producing our products, Made of local, rot resistant materials and with designs that have been refined in over ten years if production, they are durable yet elegant. If you are considering using one in a future project, please do reach out!