Timberlast S.M.A.R.T. Kits

David Fernandez of Timberlast is introducing the new S.M.A.R.T. Kits.

The S.M.A.R.T kit concept is to provide a small affordable,impressively strong,super insulated and attractive home kit shell that you the owner complete. S.M.A.R.T kits allow for a great deal of flexibility and savings by allowing you to control the pace and the materials you choose to finish with. We provide and help (with your labor) to erect the frame and insulation panels in 2-3 days , we then leave you to finish the rest. As much or as little as you like, using the finish materials of your choice.

Timberlast 16 x 20 with addition

A traditional handcut timberframe structure in two sizes and the prepared insulated panels(SIPs).

M1620 16′ X 20′ (320 square feet)+ 160 square foot loft. $21,900.00
M1624 16′ X 24′ (384 square feet) +192 square foot loft. $23,900.00
M1212 12′ x 12′ (144 square feet)  Kit addition                   $ 9, 700.00

Visit Timberlast.com to learn more.

Floor Plan

Floor Plan

Loft View

Loft View


Addition 12 x 12

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Vanessa - December 20, 2008 Reply

These kits are fantastic, they’re economical, well built, and use the small space efficiently. Does anyone know if they’re available for shipping to Canada?

    Kent - December 20, 2008 Reply

    Hi Vanessa – I’ll email David and find out about shipping to Canada as I don’t know.

Vanessa - December 20, 2008 Reply

Thanks Kent, I would appreciate the info

Norbert F Hoffmann Jr - March 21, 2009 Reply

History does repeat itself and the wheels of time are turning on this site at an ironic pace as in that our ancestors the Pioneers built small reliable functional dwellings that served their most basic needs as in these much updated models of attentive quality .
My question is that in the Canadian market and as a Northerner could i have this delivered to my site after i sent in my specs and details ?
Also would the travel not be worth the effort or is their a standard fee that encourages distance customers and will your co go all the way with the build so i can receive a completed cabin ?
Regardless your site and craftsmanship peaked my curiosity so i give my applaud on your hopeful great success !

Respectfully N.F.Hoffmann Jr Sudbury ON CAN

PS We need this kind of specialization work in Sudbury where affordable housing is so essential that their is absolutely no vacancy anywhere in the city and greed permeates where rent becomes a crime by the desperateness that only encourages landlords to tax the already inflated rents that demoralize the tenants ….

Steve - April 1, 2009 Reply

Timber Frames for the small scale makes a lot of sense. You can get away with two or three bents and it is within the reach of a single person doing the construction. Very clever ideas here. It wouldn’t take much work to turn my Timber Frame Gazebo into a small house.

SteveR - May 30, 2011 Reply

These people don’t seem to be around anymore. The website is a dead end.

    Kent Griswold - May 30, 2011 Reply

    Hi Steve, it looks like he has not kept up that website but his http://www.timberlast.com/ is still up. Go there and click under “Products” he still shows this same option. -Kent

Larry - January 21, 2012 Reply

Hi, my name is Larry
I live in the pacific northwest. I have a web site that is dedicated to sip panel construction we have small sip panel homes available as well.they can be shipped to any location.



Mike - January 17, 2016 Reply

We offer the same size timber frame (16×20) and sip package for $16,000.00. http://www.mktimberworks.com

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