Build in Oregon

Building a log or timber home in Oregon

PrecisionCraft has been building custom log and timber homes for clients in Oregon, for over 25 years. Our talented, in-house design team at M.T.N Design will create a home to fit your unique Oregon location, be it the forest of the Cascades, popular vacation home regions like Bend or along the scenic coast.

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Mount Hood Project

This custom milled log home near Mt Hood is the ultimate skiing retreat. The home features plenty of storage and sleeping space and was certified a LEED® Platinum home.

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Ashland Project

Located near Ashland, this southern Oregon custom timber frame home is just minutes away from Bear Creek and Rouge Valley.

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Bend Project

Rich with character, this project is located outside of Bend, in a perfect setting for a wood home. Our clients were able to bring their own personal flair to this popular Blue Ridge design.

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Mark Camper has over 20 years of experience with PrecisionCraft which he uses to guide clients through our unique home building process.

"Oregon is a great place to visit and an even better place to build a mountain style home. I was born and raised in Oregon. I spent a lot of time skiing at Mt. Hood when I was in high school, and now I have clients with homes there."

Some of Our Favorite Oregon Locations:

Klamath Falls

Klamath Falls is nestled on the southern shore of Upper Klamath Lake. Nearby recreational opportunities and cultural hot spots make this area a remarkable location to build log homes.

Bend

Bend is also famous for its recreational access. Located in the high desert of central Oregon, your log or timber home will blend perfectly with the surrounding landscape.

Medford

Located in the center of the Rouge Valley, Medford, Oregon is a gem. Log homes are typically built in the areas surrounding the Rouge Valley to take advantage of the country’s most spectacular views, but still remain close to a major city center.

Anywhere near the Cascade Mountains

These mountains are legendary for their diverse uses: skiing, fishing, hiking, bird watching and more! From the Gorge to Mt. Hood and down to Crater Lake. . . who wouldn't love to build a log or timber frame home amongst this beauty?

Willamette Valley

This historic area features covered bridges, farmer's markets and rolling hills. The perfect fit for your mountain-style home.