We’re called Lancaster County Timber Frames, but we’re actually located in York county (it’s a long story), on the other side of the Susquehanna River. One of the high points of any work day is when a client — or a prospective client — finds the time to stop in for a visit. Unless all our craftsmen are on job-sites, we can show you how we hand-carve timber frames, give you a chance to meet all the folks working on your frame, show you samples of the kinds of wood we use, the joinery we do, and so on.
One other benefit of a visit to our facilities is being able to tour a couple of our projects that are nearby. We’ve worked just about everywhere from Nantucket to New Mexico, so it’s a real boon having some of our work within minutes of our shop and open to our clients. We hope you’ll take the time to visit.
“Each and every one of our timber frames is carved in our own shop, by our own craftsmen, by hand.”