Timber Home Companies, Products & Real Estate
Browse our directory of timber home companies specializing in the design and construction of post and beam timber frame homes, decor and specialized furnishings for timber homes, timber home maintenance products, professional services, real estate and more.
White Valley Lumber Mill
White Valley Lumber Mill is the largest full service Aromatic Eastern Red Cedar lumber mill in the Mulberry area of Northwest Arkansas.
Wide Plank Flooring
Our wide plank flooring, rustic and antique flooring is crafted from reclaimed lumber and timbers salvaged from old antique barns, dead standing timber and industrial buildings.
For those who appreciate authentic reproductions, simple colonial designs and traditional early American wrought iron, visit our store to see the door, cabinet and shutter hardware made by our blacksmiths in Williamsburg for three generations.
Windstar Realty Group
Whether you are buying or selling a home, property, or business in the Upstate NY area Windstar Realty Group is the agency for you!
Our timber framed structures offer timeless beauty, incredible strength and endless design possibilities. These solid structures are built to last for generations.
Woods of Wisdom
Woods of Wisdom welcomes you to experience wood and furniture like you never have before.
Woolen Mill Fan Company LLC
Creates fans in timeless fashions, reproduced from historic belt-and-pulley and direct-drive fan patterns. Fans are available in iron, aluminum, or bronze, and the blades are crafted of solid mahogany.
W. T. Kirkman Lanterns, Inc. is the "Premier" tubular lantern manufacturer & distributor in North America, and routinely ships orders worldwide.
Yankee Barn Homes
Yankee Barn Homes is proud to be a pioneer of the classic American post and beam housing industry. Forty five years ago, Yankee Barn Homes was born when founder Emil Hanslin developed the first post and beam home, "The Mark 1" using massive timbers from the Industrial Revolution era mill buildings.
York Spiral Stair
York's double helix design - with two handrails and no center post - makes for a beautiful and practical stair. Hand-crafted in Maine in five different diameters and heights of up to 14 feet.