Wild Rose Timber Frames

Through handcrafting timber frames, three business partners integrate their working lives with their values. By putting a modern spin on traditional timber framing, these craftsmen create beautiful and sustainable timber frame homes.



timber frames
Traditional timber-frame structures use precisely fitted joints held in place by wooden pegs. No nails are used. 
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timber frame design
Dale Kittleson, Mark Webber and Chris Wasta design and build hand-cut timber frames.
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timber frame construction
Each timber is measured, marked and cut using age-old methods.
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timber frame construction
These timbers were measured and cut in the workshop.
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timber frame home
A timber-framed home provides a cozy environment.
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timber frame construction
After the joints are complete, pegs may be trimmed flush with the timbers.
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timber frame home
Structures made of timber are strong and durable; they’re also attractive when the timbers are left exposed inside the building.  
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timber frames
Using hand tools results in exceptional quality.
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timber frame home
Timber framing creates open spaces within a building.
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