February 2009
Timber Home Living;Feb2009, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p22
The article offers suggestions on the fundamental considerations in building a timber home. The use of a site map will help in determining the appropriateness of the location. When planning for a loan to finance the construction of a home, it is advised to review the financial data and consult with the lender on details regarding disbursement of funds. It is likewise advisable to determine the type and species of the wood or timber to be used.


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