Home Style: Hybrid Timber Frame
Why Choose This Option?
Hybrid timber frame homes combine timber frame construction with conventional methods, resulting in a home with accent pieces of exposed wood beams in chosen areas of the home. A more budget friendly option compared with full timber frame construction, this option offers the best of both worlds.
Compare with Timber Frame Home Package and Panelized Home Package.
Hybrid Timber Frame Package
Our hybrid timber frame home packages typically contain a combination of structural materials, including timber frame, Structural Insulated Panels (SIPS), conventional panelized walls, and a precut roof system (often for the wings): Explore our standard hybrid package below.
TIMBER FRAME SECTION OF HOME:
- Timber frame – Douglas fir or Eastern White Pine
- Structural Insulated Panels (SIPS) for the walls and roof over the timber frame
- Pine tongue and groove decking for the roof
CONVENTIONAL SECTION OF HOME:
- Conventionally panelized exterior walls
- Pre-engineered roof trusses and/or pre-cut shipped loose rafters
- Floor framing
- Windows and exterior doors
- Siding and trim
Why Choose a Hybrid Timber Frame Home?
A hybrid timber frame home is a great option for those who like the idea of a timber frame home, but are also interested in some conventional design aspects along with the exposed wood. Hybrid homes are typically more affordable, and still very energy efficient and durable like timber frame homes.
If you are looking to add timber frame to your home, but don’t think it’s in your budget, consider a hybrid timber frame home! Combined with conventional construction, a partial timber frame can yield a nice savings while still giving you the look and feel of a timber frame home.
Whether you choose a timber frame home or a hybrid timber frame home, our structural materials offer some of the most durable forms of construction, creating long-lasting, solid structures that will be enjoyed for years to come. We only use high quality materials that will withstand the test of time.
Depending on the size and complexity of the design, a hybrid timber frame home allows for faster on-site construction. On average, the on-site installation time for a hybrid timber frame home is 2-3 weeks.
Our visits to Claremont and interactions with Jeff and the team were good experiences. These experiences provided the level of comfort we needed to make the decision to go with Davis Frame. All in all, this was a big and complicated project, and we love the final result. We would recommend Davis Frame to anyone considering building a custom timber frame home