Classic Colonial Plans
Popular in the American colonies from 1690 to 1830, the distinctive features of a colonial style home include the squared symmetrical shape, central door, and straight aligned windows on the first and second floors. English-style colonial homes were often done in brick with wood trim, and wooden columns that were painted white. American colonials were traditionally done in both brick and wood with clapboards which were usually painted white or pale yellow.
Whether you’re looking to build a timber frame, post and beam or panelized home, we offer weather tight packages for every taste and style. Our packages not only include the structural framing, but also can include windows and doors as well as exterior finishes such as siding, roofing and trim.