Connolly and Co. Timber Frame Homes and Barns

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Connolly Timber Frame

Residential & Commercial Timber Frame Construction for over 25 years

Connolly & Co. Timber Frame Homes and Barns is a design-builder of custom timber frame structures throughout New England and the United States. Located in the beautiful mid-coast region of Maine, we have been in the business of building quality timber frames of all shapes and sizes for over twenty-five years.

John Connolly, founder of the company, is dedicated to exacting quality, and takes particular pride in attention to detail. Every post and beam makes use of traditional joinery and fine craftsmanship and is individually cut in pine, oak, douglas fir or recycled timber. After completion of the joinery in our shop, the frame is assembled and raised at your site by our team, and fastened with oak pegs.

We place a strong emphasis on design and planning as the key ingredients in the successful completion of any timber frame project. Our experienced design group will work with your architect and designer, or you can take advantage of our in-house design services. Our goal is to design a home that uses wood to full advantage structurally and aesthetically combining the warmth and charm of the wood with state-of-the-art energy conservation techniques.

Connolly & Co. would like to build your timber frame home. Please call us at any time at 207-882-4224 with your questions or send us drawings for our designer to review. You can also complete our contact form and we will call you.

Read more about John Connolly, a founding member of the National Timber Framers Guild of North America, and Connolly & Co. projects, featured in magazines, in the articles section of our web-site. We also invite you to visit our timber frame shop on Route 1 in Edgecomb, Maine and observe firsthand our commitment to quality and excellence in timber frame building.

10 Atlantic Highway,
Edgecomb, ME, 04556
info@connollytimberframes.com
www.connollytimberframes.com
207-882-4224
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