Before TimberHomes became official, it was unofficially founded at the Mountain School, a farm based semester school in Vershire, Vermont. David Hooke and Josh Jackson, who spent the 2003-2004 school year teaching high schoolers how to wield a chisel and mallet so that they could build the barn themselves. After an epic raising involving a gin pole and the Timber Framers Guild, Josh and David weren't ready to quit building together, and thus TimberHomes LLC was born. Timo Bradley joined the partnership soon after. Timber framing has been the foundation of our business since the beginning, and community projects have been a central part of what we do.
In 2016 TimberHomes Vermont switched from being an LLC to a member managed cooperative, similar to a worker owned cooperative. Our vision of a collaborative design/build company has evolved and grown but our underlying desire to create work of soul, beauty and function remains the foundation. We hope to delight our clients, take pleasure in our work, support our local economy, and leave our patch of the forest a little better than we found it.
TimberHomes has made lasting relationships with other businesses, design/build schools, and non-profits over our fourteen year history. We’re excited to be part of a culture that values soulful spaces and the craftspeople who make them. Learn more about our community of Friends and Partners.
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