2018 has been a great year so far for TimberHomes’ kiosk business. Already confirmed sales have eclipsed the total 2017 numbers. While time will tell if orders for 2018 will indeed double those of 2017, it is encouraging to know that word is getting out about TimberHomes’ timber framed wayfinding kiosks. With especially strong demand from municipalities, parks, land trusts, and trail clubs, the apparent need for kiosks is varied and ubiquitous.
Of TimberHomes’ products, the Classic (23) and Mini (22) Kiosks are leading the pack in terms of popularity. Not to be discounted are the Custom (3) and an all new Interpretive Sign making its debut as a possible new product.
Here is a map of locations in the Northeast, where TimberHomes’ kiosks have made their way. While in some cases, a red dot may mean just a single kiosk, in most cases they signify multiple units. Fortunate for TimberHomes, many of this year’s orders have been for more than one kiosk, which of course benefits TimberHomes with simpler coordination and production. Likewise, there are some repeat customers mixed in the group. If by chance you’d like to see an installed TimberHomes trailhead kiosk, please do reach out, as we’d be able to point you in the right direction.
While it’s true that the Northeastern States make up the core of TimberHomes’ kiosk sales, attractive shipping rates and good internet exposure has garnered interest from nearly all corners of the US. The first half of 2018 was highlighted by first time sales to Texas, Missouri, Ohio, South Carolina, Maryland, and West Virginia. Excitingly enough, the final location on this list was done for the US Forest Service.
Here is a map of the entire country where TimberHomes Kiosk currently exist. While it seems a bit early to begin talking about getting a kiosk into every state in the lower 48, there have been a number of inquiries from new states. Currently, in TimberHomes’ “pending projects” folder there are proposals which await confirmation from states including: Arizona, South Dakota, Utah, Kansas, Washington, Tennessee, Oregon, Delaware, Montana, Florida, and Idaho. While all of these projects may not come to fruition, it does hold out hope that TimberHomes’ kiosks will eventually exist from sea-to-shining-sea.