Eastern Ontario's timber framing specialist.


Gibson Timber Frames have been building and restoring timber frame buildings in Eastern Ontario, Canada for 12 years. Gibson Timber Frames builds new homes, cottages, additions, and repairs and restores antique timber frames, and barns. The highly skilled staff will make the most of your post and beam project. Located in Eastern Ontario, Gibson Timber Frames works in Kingston, Frontenac County, The 1000 Islands, Prince Edward County, Lanark County, and Ottawa, and has shipped frames to various places in North America.

Eighty percent of the work is new timber frame construction. Gibson Timber Frames works white pine timber, Douglas fir timber, both new and re-claimed, white oak timber, re-sawn barn timber, and antique hewn timber. Members of the Timber Framers Guild, the timber framing staff is highly skilled and up to date with current timber frame techniques. Capable of complex roof joinery, and working with any style of timber, the timber framers are ready for any construction challenge. There is a log builder on staff, so any shape and size of timber, or log, is welcome.

Gibson Timber Frames will re-erect barns for homes, cottages, and commercial space. Gibson Timber Frames approaches our old barns with great care and skill. The barn is North Americas' original timber frame, and they are proud to work on these historic structures. Re-locating, restoring, or repairing barns is a specialty of Gibson Timber Frames.

Gibson Timber Frames takes the historic craft of timber framing to a new level of post and beam new home construction, building elegant timber frame homes. Contact us when planning your timber frame project. Email Gibson Timber Frame.


All of our prices are in Canadian dollars, so take advantage of the exchange rate. We are ready and able to ship our timber frames to the United States. We can also send a supervisor down to help your site crew raise our buildings.

Gibson Timber Frames Mission Statement:

Through continual re-evaluation we will be a leader in creating sensible, healthy buildings in a way that is sustainable for the employees, environment and community.