Meridian, ID (PRWEB) July 16, 2013
Some of the most viewed pages on the PrecisionCraft website are those which showcase actual client variations of PrecisionCraft’s standard design concepts. These variations are a great way to illustrate how each of their floor plans can be modified into a distinctly unique home. In an effort to gain more exposure for this useful section of their site, PrecisionCraft has created a four-part email series in which they highlight a few of these examples.
In this first installment, PrecisionCraft shares one of their most popular designs, the Caribou. This Adirondack style concept has inspired many homes across North America, and each completed home has its own distinct style. For instance, discover how one Washington couple used timber framing for their Caribou, while a family from Pennsylvania transformed the original design by adding a basement and milled log walls.
With three more exciting installments to go in this ‘Across the Land’ series, PrecisionCraft invites clients to take a look, if they haven’t already, at the first newsletter on their website. There is also opportunity to sign up and receive the next three installments by email.
For more examples of homes inspired by PrecisionCraft’s one-of-a-kind designs, visit their photo gallery: http://www.precisioncraft.com/photo-gallery/
ABOUT PFB CUSTOM HOMES GROUP: PFB Custom Homes Group brands are part of Precision Craft, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of PFB Corporation. PFB Custom Homes Group includes the brands: Riverbend Timber Framing, PrecisionCraft Log & Timber Homes, and Point Zero Homes.
ABOUT PRECISIONCRAFT: PrecisionCraft is a designer and producer of custom mountain style homes which contain some combination of logs and timbers. The majority of PrecisionCraft's log homes and timber frame homes showcase large diameter logs and heavy timbers and range in size from about 1,500 to over 10,000 sq.ft.