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Best Spring Home Improvement Projects

Spring is a great time to tackle home improvement projects, as the weather warms up and we start to spend more time outdoors. Whether you’re looking to boost your home’s curb appeal, make functional improvements, or just freshen up your space, there are a wide range of projects that you can tackle in the spring. […]

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Sustainable Building Best Practices

Custom builders have the unique opportunity to create one-of-a-kind homes and buildings that reflect the values and priorities of your clients using sustainable building best practices. And with a growing focus on sustainability and environmental responsibility, there has never been a better time to explore sustainable building practices and materials. In this months blog post, […]

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5 Reasons Why Natural Wood is The Best Option for Interior Paneling And Wall Panels

Spring has sprung and the world as we know it is waking back up, flowers are starting to bloom, bees are buzzing and spring projects are being sketched out and budgeted! With all this buzz in the air, it’s the perfect time to talk about why your current home, or new space (and yourself included) […]

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Major Economic Benefits of Building Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Homes

When you set out to build a home, or to remodel one, long term sustainability and effect on the environment should be something that comes to mind. Not only are eco-friendly and sustainable homes great for the world around us, but they are also pretty savvy when it comes to our wallets. Eco-friendly can homes […]

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What Millennials Want in a Home

Millennials are now the largest generation since baby boomers and since 2018 have made up 37% of home buyers, meaning that real estate is becoming more and more tailored to what this generation is looking for in homes. Whether you are a millennial, know a millennial or are working with a millennial on the process […]

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Interior Design and Building Trends for 2022

What’s New and What’s Going Out Of Style in 2022 Ushering in the new year also means looking back at what was, and looking forward to the future. Interior design styles and trends are no different and have been massively impacted in the last couple of years. One of the biggest things to note about […]

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5 Reasons Why You Need to Have Natural Wood Interiors

There have been numerous studies showing that the human connection to nature is vital to our health and happiness. Obviously we aren’t all living out in a lush countryside, and even if we are, it’s important to incorporate natural elements into our homes and office spaces. According to various studies, wood products indoors create similar […]

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Spotlight on Redwood

One of the Best Cold Weather Woods The Redwood Forest in California has put redwoods on the map for their beauty and size, but we are even bigger fans of redwood due to its multitude of unique features. Redwood is one of the hardiest woods when it comes to all sorts of weather conditions, it’s […]

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Top 7 Haunted Buildings Hidden Around the United States

The weather is changing, leaves turning and falling, winds picking up and pumpkins everywhere your eyes can see. This also means that Halloween is coming up quickly so we figured we’d take the time to do some spooky architectural research and see how many haunted buildings we could find hidden around the United States. We […]

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Timberline Newsletter Is Back!

Welcome Back to the Timberline Blog! Timberline was first started as a monthly newsletter back in 1985 by Ela Bannick, who wrote it faithfully, every month, for 21 years. Each month, Ela would gather the latest in industry news, share what was happening in the Methow Valley and any special deals the lumberyard was offering. […]

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