Design Build Services

Bitterroot Timber Frames designs and builds, beautiful mountain homes. Each new home is a new challenge, and a unique structure designed for individualistic and discerning clients. Our projects are built to stand out and will appreciate in value over time

Timber Frame Packages

At our 20 acre facility in Stevensville, Montana, craftsmen finish and pre-assemble the complex trusses and other framing. Frames are then broken down and shipped to various projects all over the US, from Connecticut to Southern California.

Construction Services

Our crew is comprised of timberframe craftsmen, seasoned carpenters, and tradesmen who have distinguished themselves in the industry. We will only build to the highest industry standards, creating heirloom quality homes.


Our Approach

Bitterroot Timber Frames employs an environmentally sensitive approach to provide technologically advanced homes with renewable and reusable resources.
We build quality homes and accessory structures that we guarantee to endure, using products and techniques that are time-proven and unmatched in longevity.
Our management and craftsmen are so skilled that we stand behind everyone of our projects with an unlimited warranty three times longer than industry standards and AIA contract requirements.

Our Specialty

Our collaborative and enthusiastic approach to building ensures that your expectations will be exceeded regardless of scope or size. We enjoy working with elemental building materials, including wood, stone and steel, but also integrate new and proven building technologies to deliver timeless classic homes for discerning 21st century home buyers.

Bitterroot Timber Frames specializes in the finest custom building projects throughout the Rocky Mountain West and New England. We emphasize Hand Crafted, Natural Based Building Practices as they apply to New Homes, Renovation and Remodeling projects, Barns, Outbuildings and Equestrian Facilities.


Please Contact Brett at 406-581-3014

Request a Conference call with the founder and CEO Brett Mauri.