Classic Sugar House Plans
The traditional sugar house was a small cabin where springtime sap was collected from sugar maple trees and then boiled into maple syrup. These buildings were recognizable by the typically rectangular vented cupola that allowed the release of steam, and an attached shed roof for the storage of firewood. We’ve borrowed from this charming architectural form with its humble origins to create bright and comfortable homes.
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.