Category Archives: Featured Projects

See homes, barns and other projects from Timberpeg and Yankee Post & Beam. From barn style homes to contemporary homes.

The Dry Creek Timber Frame Home Floor Plan

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While we have spent the last few weeks focusing on the wide range of design and construction offered by Timberpeg, the largest part of our business is providing single family homes that are appreciated and lived in every day. While a large home can be fun to think about, half of all new homes constructed today are less than 2,400 square feet. However, even a home this size can provide … Read the entire post

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Foxstead Farm: A Timber Framed House With A View

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At Timberpeg, we are happy to work with our clients to realize their visions, whether their dreams are large or small. Last week’s post was a perfect example of this, where we provided structures spanning in size from a pergola to a winery frame for Owera Vineyards. With homeowners as well, we are more than happy to work with you on projects large or small. In many cases, our clients … Read the entire post

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Featured Timber Frame Winery in New York

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In our last post, we discussed tips for organizing and storing your wine collection at home. While this is helpful advice for the average homeowner, some of our clients have even bigger aspirations. Timberpeg also builds non-residential buildings, and has constructed timber framed buildings ranging from farmstands to churches to schools. With the explosion of wine production throughout the country, we have also been proud to build wineries that lend … Read the entire post

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Readying Your Barn For Winter

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At Timberpeg, most of our efforts are directed towards building high-quality timber frame and post and beam homes. We also build many larger structures, such as schools and commercial buildings. If you are looking for a traditional timber framed barn, we can also help realize those plans. While the word barn comes from, bereærn, a contraction of two Old English words meaning “barley storehouse”, in modern times a barn can be … Read the entire post

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