Screen Porch and Entryway
This screen porch was a nice project because it allowed us to work side by side with the Homeowner. Together we hand picked and harvested the cedar poles necessary for the railing. After that, our crew took over on carefully peeling all the bark off of the trees. After this, we hand scribed and cut each joint in these railings to create the look seen here. This particular house had three porches that featured railings like these.
All of the other timbers seen here are also locally harvested, and the timber-frame joinery was cut and assembled by us. The screen panels were put together by Alfords Sash and Door Company in Madrid, NY. All of the porch floors on this house are made of locally sawn White Oak.