The Cedar Home Construction Process

The foundation is laid and the first load of materials have arrived on-site.

1. The foundation is laid and the first load of materials have arrived on-site.

Floor joists are installed. Ready for the plywood subfloor.

2. Floor Joinsts are installed. Ready for the plywood subfloor.

 
First timbers are placed between laminated columns.

3. First timbers are placed between laminated columns.

Main level floor completed.

4. Main level floor completed.

 
Midfloor installed and second floor framing completed.

5. Midfloor installed and second floor framing completed.

Glue lam beams and roof system installed.

6. Glue lam beams and roof system installed.

 
Finish roofing installed, deck and fireplace completed.

7. Finish roofing installed, deck and fireplace completed.

What Our Clients Are Saying...

"Mike & Judy Always Go the Extra Mile!"

I am writing this letter to let you know how wonderful it has been to work with Judy and Mike Flanagan on my cedar home. Mike and Judy were so nice and very generous with their time. After a complete tour (of their home) they explained the kiln drying process and unique way in which their homes are constructed. They lent me blueprints to study. They also gave me the names and numbers of other people to visit. I went to at least 8 of their customer's homes during the next few months. Mike and Judy's design experience was invaluable. They were very patient as I made revisions and I appreciated their many creative yet practical suggestions. They came out to my site on many occasions and helped me wrestle with the building and health departments. I couldn't have gotten my permits without them! Mike and Judy always go the extra mile!

-- Diane Weibling