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First, spend some time with the photography.  Get a feel for whether you lean towards log or timber frame - or a mix?   Think about a visit to Tennessee to see our operations and some homes. Then, call us at:

YOUR FIRST STEP IS DESIGN.  Use the plan assistant to get started, then call us for a design interview.

All situations are different, but a very rough rule of thumb is to start designing a custom home about a year in advance of the start of construction.  Of course, we can move much more quickly than that (particularly with a standard plan) - and some projects take even more than a year of planning and design work.

EARLY AND EXTENSIVE DESIGN AND PLANNING WILL DRAMATICALLY IMPROVE THE ENTIRE PROCESS.  Call us and our project managers will help guide you through the process.

Once design is finished and a Purchase Agreement is signed, final planning for your home is completed.  Your home will be crafted in Dandridge, transported to your site, and erected by one of our trained crews - or by your crew and our on-site technical assistance.  After the heavy timber and panels are erected (on the foundation that your builder has already installed) your builder takes over and finishes the home.

Find the home that is most appealing to you from a “look and feel” perspective.  Don't get too hung up on the particular floor plan that is presented; try to find the home that most appeals to you visually.

Visit our Q&A section for more infomation....

Don't worry if what you are looking for doesn't seem to be here.  Almost all of our work is custom.  What is in this guide is only a small selection of what we have done.  Call us.  If it can be done, we can do it.

Remember . . . Spectacular homes are not the only things we create.  We have a wealth of experience in commercial structures as well as additions to existing structures.

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