This hand hewn barn was moved to Delaware county where it found new life. The original 1828, 25×40 foot timber frame is the heart of this home.
New Albany Home
1800′s southeastern Ohio timber frame and 10-sided silo transformed into this family’s four-bedroom home.
Upper Arlington Barn
This historic, 1838 Legg-McCoy Barn was dismantled and converted with the help of the Upper Arlington Historical Society and the Timber Framer Guild into the Amelita Mirolo Barn.
1862 Timber frame was dismantled and re-erected in Delaware County as part of this family’s home. In the process, there was a rare discovery of a 1682 newspaper clipping on a timber post, depicting a Civil War battle.
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Dan Troth, GreenTech President
Since 1991, Dan has been building energy efficient, green homes in Columbus, Ohio. He is a Certified Green Professional with the National Association of Home Builders and a member of USGBC.