Added by Tim Bullock on August 30, 2014 at 9:44am — No Comments
I am sharing my photos of a home that I built in 1995. It is for rent if anyone is interested.
Added by Tim Bullock on January 19, 2014 at 11:23am — No Comments
The Treehouse is finished and awaiting finish. The roof is an EDPM membrane, the flooring is all ERC, the logs are Honey Locust and the other members are white pine. Note the double hinged entry to the upper level. Enjoy,
Tim Bullock www.tamaracklogandtimberhomes.com…Continue
We do build more than log homes....this tree was being chopped down for firewood by a tree removal service and I stopped and bought it but had no idea its' final use until I had pontificated for several months. It is a rot-free Honey Locust weighing aout 8000#s and attracts more attention than a billboard.…Continue
We received a call from a client requesting a replacement for a failed carved arbor that had rotted twice in the past.
He didn't want anything to do with pressure treated.
We discussed teak as a replacement although purchasing 8" X 12" teak out of old growth is really quite ghastly in expense whereas we have a native specy that does not rot nor shrink and was used for fence posts as they will last for 50 years in the ground with no treatment. Eastern red cedar is another name…Continue
Added by Tim Bullock on March 6, 2013 at 7:29pm — No Comments
I have been designing/building Handcrafted Log Homes for 33 years now and have seen many changes during these times and readily acccept change if it can improve my craft. Our website needed changes and this has never been a craftsmans' priority.....the Motto "build it and they will come" is no longer appropo...We needed to let people know that we can design and build to "suit" our clients needs and wants in any location in any species.
We are getting closer to that reality with our…Continue
Added by Tim Bullock on November 5, 2012 at 7:20pm — No Comments
Tamarack Log and Timber Homes Inc. is pleased to show everyone our latest project from our native white oak. This is not for the faint of heart as this material is very costly but our client in Kentucky wanted the best rot free material for his guest cabin built in the traditional style. It is being shipped later this month and we are sad to see it go from our site. Built for a lifetime of enjoyment! What do you think?
Just in time for the picnic season! We have created "Works of Art" from West Virginia white pine. Picnic tables, solid 3" thick tops and seats. This table is 16' long, invite family, friends and neighbors to the barbie-q!
More eye candy! http://tamaracklogandtimberhomes.com/handcrafted_tables.html…Continue
This is out latest "fun" project of which we have given the name "The Hideout". It is a 16' X 20' timber frame project designed primarily for "outlaws" and "cowboys" with "NO GIRLS ALLOWED"..k/d
It is ready to be taken away by some lucky soul for reassembly and includes timber subfloor, rough sawn plank flooring, pine board and batten siding, pine roof rafters, pine sheating for roof, pine siding for gable ends,and my custom designed "belly" ladder to the loft.…Continue