Lots of scribing and cutting going on in the shop for the Mountain Top Arboretum project.
We've been working for the last year getting this project ready, and we're finally out framing. It is an architect-designed shingle-style home right in town. We helped specify many timber frame and high performance details. There's also a LOT of beautiful red oak logs being milled into timbers, flooring, and trim. We'll be posting more photos as we build this great project.
These are traditional housed stringers in white ash for the House in the Woods. The stairs are pre-assembled as a unit, making a squeak-free, beam-like unit that will last for centuries. Treads are in cherry, risers and stringers in ash.
We cut and pre-assembled a small hipped roof with scissor trusses in our shop.