If you have questions about building a Timberland Home or new home construction, review our list of frequently asked questions for essential information. For further information, do not hesitate to contact one of our home building professionals.
Yes, we go out of our way to get you exactly the home you want. The process starts with our plans and meeting with a sales person at our Model Home Center, where we can exchange ideas and choose the features, finishes and fixtures that are just right for you.
Yes, our homes qualify for all the same great programs that a site-built home does! We even have a list of approved lenders familiar with our contract terms, who can make this aspect of building a new home very easy to accomplish.
Timberland Homes provides the permit for the house we build through the State of Washington and provides engineered drawings for the foundation, which are needed to secure your site permit. Contact your local building department for details regarding the permits for site development.
Modular is a process and not a type of building. Our process at Timberland has been perfected over the last forty years with the building of over 2700 homes for the Pacific Northwest and Alaska regions. We use high quality material and workmanship to create the best value home in the market. Our homes are hand crafted at our Auburn production facility and meet or exceed all local building codes. Timberland Homes—simply a smarter way to build.
Because our homes are built at our Auburn Construction Center, you receive the benefits of the economy of scale and proven relationships with suppliers and subcontractors. We also give you a guaranteed price, once we have agreed on a plan. We think you will find our homes to be highly competitive cost-wise, as well as saving you time and stress.
Yes. The Timberland system works well for two-story homes. On-site, we use a crane to lift the upper floor into place. Any plan can also be modified for a basement application. We have been doing this since 1973, so we’ve had lots of practice. Check out our Floorplans for all two-story homes.
You should have the keys to your new Timberland Home in 1 to 1-1/2 years. While we’re building your home at our construction facility, the site contractor is doing the foundation work and making any other property improvements – it’s happening simultaneously.
We have referrals for these trades in King, Pierce and Snohomish Counties as well as the San Juan Islands. If you have land in another county check with our sales representatives for possible referrals or use local chapters of Master Builders or neighbor referrals from current new construction. Always confirm that your contractors are properly licensed and bonded with Washington State.