FAQ 1: What do I need to do to complete the design and planning of my home?

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Top 15 Plans: 2500-3000 Square Feet

In our final installment of breaking down our models by square footage, we're taking a look at homes from 2500 to 3000 square feet. Note: scroll to the bottom to see the models broken down by 1000-1500, 1500-2000, 2000-2500 square feet.

Top 12 Plans: 2000-2500 Square Feet

In our third installment of breaking down the Timber Block floor plans by square footage, here are the Top 12 floor plans - in all styles - between 2000 and 2500 square feet. Scroll to the bottom to see the Top 12 Plans between 1000 and 1500 sq. ft., and the T...

Top 20 Plans: 1500-2000 Square Feet

Last week, we featured the Top 12 floor plans between 1000 and 1500 square feet. This week, we're going a bit bigger and showcasing some of our (and our client's!) favorite homes.

Your New Home: 5 Homes that Will Inspire You: PHOTOS

If you're reading this, you're either starting or smack dab in the middle of planning on building a new home. Whether you're looking to build a new dream primary home, or looking to contract a second vacation home, here are 5 homes you can pour over for inspir...

Top 12 Plans: 1000 and 1500 Square Feet

We're dipping into 3 different Timber Block Series to bring you some of our favorite models and floor plans of homes that range from 1000 square feet to 1500 square feet.

Designing Your Custom Home: What You Can Expect

The fun and exciting path to your dream home has several steps. First, there's the decision to build your very own home - the home that suits you and your family best, has everything you want...it's the home you always dreamed of. Your decision is followed by ...

Building a Timber Block: Determining the Cost to Build

By far, the question we are asked the most relates to the cost of building a brand new home - and for us, specifically a Timber Block home. Understandably, this is something you need to figure out early in the process....but your first step is to have a clear ...