February 2009
Timber Home Living;Feb2009, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p21
The article presents guidelines when planning a timber home. It says that knowing where to build is the first thing one should decide on since all other decisions depend on this including the design and type of home that will be built. An important factor, it is noted, is a budget that will establish the kind of materials to be used and amenities that can be afforded by the home builder. The article suggests that one should review the variety of plans, services and wood species offered by timber companies near the area of construction.


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