Building a log or timber home in Quebec
As Canada's largest province, Quebec offers a range of locations to build your custom log or timber home. Just outside of Quebec City and Montreal are rivers, plains, and mountains where you can build the perfect mountain home to escape from the city.
Nestled in the foothills of Mont-Tremblant, this timber frame home is based on our Dakota floor plan and was designed to accommodate a large family for a ski getaway at the nearby resort.VIEW Facebook GALLERY
floor plan ideas
Custom design is at the heart of each of our Quebec homes. Explore our floor plan gallery to get ideas, draw inspiration and start dreaming.explore plans
inspirational photo gallery
What will your log or timber home look like? Start gathering ideas by visiting our photo gallery showcasing a wide variety of projects.view photos
how we do business
Interested in how your project will come to life? Our Process section lays out your options and how we work with you from start to finish.learn how
meet your client representative
Colin has over 10 years of experience in the homebuilding industry and a detailed knowledge of energy efficient building techniques.
"The look and feel of an authentic log home or timber frame home fits perfectly in the province of historic Quebec."
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Quebec Hot Spots: Perfect for Your Timber Frame or Log Home
Nestled between the St. Lawrence River and Rivière des Prairies, Montreal is one of the most unique cities in North America. Known for mixing traditional European character with modern living, Montreal is an ideal location for building a modern day log home or timber home. The surrounding mountain and waterfront landscapes make for impressive views from your great room window.
Escape to the mountains and relax in your custom chalet. A premier destination since the 18th century, Mont-Tremblant offers recreational opportunities all year round. This four-season resort town is a perfect location for building a rustic log or timber frame home.