Pumpkin Ridge Post and Beam

Building on tradition.
 Handcrafted post and beam, timber frame, and log homes.

 

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New Douglas Fir timbers ready for inspection Our first look at the wonderful wood that will go into this new home. Pumpkin Ridge Post and Beam searches the country for the finest-quality wood at the best price. The client chose Douglas Fir, for its strength and beauty.
Pumpkin Ridge Post and Beam carefully inspects each beam before the work begins.
The timber frame craftsman uses an assortment of hand tools as well as the latest machine tools.
Once the inspection is complete and we know that the wood is perfect in every way, the work can begin.
Some photos of the mortises and tenons.
How do we move heavy timbers? (and a we can move a Chevy engine too, if we need to).
Earl sands the beams to ensure a smooth finish.

 

We use everything. Scrap wood is sturdy, natural, and easier on the beams than a saw horse.

 

Here's a timber stepping up for a shave on the auto-roller.

 

Detail cuts.

 

The Gozinta.

 

Another Gozinta, readied for a cut.

 

Gozinta being cut by the Gozinta Cutter.

 

 
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