Indiana Timber Frames

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Indiana’s state motto, Cross Roads of America, dates back to the early 1800s. River travel, stagecoaches and the railroad all played a role in shaping the area. Today more major highways intersect in Indiana than in any other state. Whether you live on a farm or a big city, near a cross road or in the country, MoreSun can design and build your Indiana timber frames.

Indiana Highlighted Cities and Regions


Indiana Farmland

Ranked in the top ten in agricultural sales in the US, Indiana’s land is largely devoted to farms and forests. Timber framing is an excellent choice for barns, allowing for wide open interior space and honoring our pioneer heritage. Small or large, with or without living quarters, we can design, cut and raise the barn you need.

Spencer County

Located on the southern border of Indiana, Spencer County was Abraham Lincoln’s boyhood home. Lincoln State Park offers hiking and history, while the nearby town of Santa Claus celebrates the holidays year round. A timber frame retreat here would provide a good home base for day trips to the many attractions in this part of the state.

Indina timber frame
Indiana timber frame

Northern Indiana

From the kettle lakes formed by receding glaciers, to the sand dunes along the Lake Michigan shoreline, as well as marshes and rivers, Northern Indiana is a prime location for the water lover. If you prefer the bustle of cities, there are plenty of options for you, too. Pick your spot and we’ll design and build your Indiana timber frames.

Central Indiana & Indianapolis

What do gently rolling hills, sandstone ravines carved out by retreating glaciers, Monument Circle and the Indy 500 all have in common? Proudly located in the center of the state, these are a few of the many attractions in Central Indiana. A timber frame porch would be a perfect spot for enjoying life in this part of the state.

Timber frame king post porch truss

Featured Indiana Timber Frames

Setting a timber in a barn raising
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