Join Everett Skinner IV for an in-depth educational tour of our advanced timber frame design & manufacturing facility in Ellington, CT.
Crafting timber frames creates lots of sawdust & wood scraps. We collect the sawdust & wood scraps and compress them to create Timber Pucks, biofuel briquettes made of 100% real wood-no glue or fillers. Learn all about the Timber Puck story in this new video.
Our company turned another big page last week. The arrival of our second CNC machine will be a game changer. Our already mind boggling level of production is about to double. Precise joinery and epic frames are what makes us world class.
Our CNC machine is the hero of this new video-churning through wood and making it snow. Watch in 4K and see the precision for yourself. This is how we craft all the timber frame joinery for our post & beam structures. What you see here is a post being crafted for a Carriage Barn.
Watch as we assemble and raise 8 resawn Douglas fir posts, set a massive arched glulam beam, and place heavy timber rafters with great precision on our new wall panel shop. This new building will house design offices, meeting space, and a full manufacturing facility, and is adjacent to our existing 21,000 sq. ft. timber frame facility on the Great Country Timber Frames campus in Ellington, CT.
Exciting news from Ellington, CT-We are expanding our manufacturing & design campus with the addition of a new dedicated wall panel shop. Our talented craftsmen will use this new shop to build wall panels for our conventionally-framed garages & barns. We will also be expanding our existing shop to fit a second CNC machine to keep up with customer demand for our authentic timber frame structures.