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How Timber Frame Homes Are Environmentally Friendly

by Craig Hoffman | Thursday February 11, 2021 | Residential

Quarry View Building Group began building timber frame structures primarily because our customers wanted to combine beautiful timber and old world style but there are other benefits to using us as your timber frame builder. One of these benefits in…



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Timber Frame Home Planning

by Craig Hoffman | Thursday December 10, 2020 | Residential

The dictionary defines timber as: “a large squared or dressed piece of wood ready for use or forming part of a structure.” Along with the ubiquitous calling of a falling tree, these are the two most popular references to wood…



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Timber Construction on the Rise

by Craig Hoffman | Wednesday May 13, 2020 | Timber Frame

Building homes with wood is as ancient as the house itself. For centuries, homes were constructed with wood in addition to mud, stone, brick and many other earthen compounds. Timber framed homes became a mainstay in Colonial America with its…



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Timber Frames: Connecting the Old with the New

by Ben King | Friday August 9, 2019 | General

Work often creates an opportunity to connect. Because they grew up in the Amish community, several members of the team at Quarry View Building Group participated in barn raisings. Here, the Amish community assembled to meet the practical needs of…



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Timber Frame House FAQs

by Ben King | Monday March 26, 2018 | Building Tips

You’re excited to build a new home, and timber frame houses have caught your eye. Should you go with a traditional steel-frame structure or a timber frame? These frequently asked questions (FAQs) on timber frame houses can help you decide…



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A Timber Frame House in New Jersey Becomes the Tranquil Home of their Dreams

by Ben King | Thursday March 8, 2018 | Case Studies

Challenge Ray and Debi Schaffer of Waretown, New Jersey, wanted to build a timber frame home for their family that would highlight the pond on their 6.5 acre property. They loved the aesthetics of timber, its warmth and openness. (more…)