When a friend and fellow local timberframer was out for the count due to a snowboarding accident, Timberhomes was able to lend a hand finishing the joinery for an addition to a home in central Vermont. The addition is a two story, three bent structure with an enclosed breezeway connection to the main house. It will have a master bedroom upstairs, and a few bedrooms downstairs, with the potential to open that space into a few larger rooms in the future. The client is the proprietor of Inland Building Company, a versatile company offering fine custom carpentry through a range of services. We look forward to seeing how the finished space turns out with Inland’s touch. Thanks to Seth and Zac for inviting us to help on a fun project, in a beautiful setting!
The frame is entirely Eastern Hemlock, with curved cherry braces, all sawn from local timber. A massive 8″x12″ hemlock ridge beam spans the length of the building creating a spacious upstairs room, overlooking Vermont’s Green Mountains. All photos from Zac Freeman.