Mack Lowery turned a tragedy into a dream come true when he finished his stunning hand built, two-story, timber frame home in the dense woodlands of Mississippi.
On a 175-acre farm in central Vermont, Ben Falk needed a barn to serve as a research center and host site for permaculture courses and other educational workshops.
Dan Conder volunteered his time and sawmill to help build a vintage-inspired garage education center for the Model T Ford Club of America in USA.
One of Wood-Mizer’s smallest sawmills was used to cut 50% of the timber for the world’s largest freestanding timber frame structure – a Biblically-sized reconstruction of Noah’s Ark.
Arborist Jeremy Harper removes and repurposes would-be waste trees into beautiful projects including a living garden arbor at his family home in the United Kingdom.
When southern pine beetles destroyed pine trees on his property, farmer and pastor, John Hubbard, saw a perfect opportunity to salvage lumber from these dying trees with his portable sawmill and build a family cabin.
David Dove surprised his daughter by building a barn for her new horse with his LT15 portable sawmill.
Inspired by Wood-Mizer sawmill owner dream projects, Jesse Matras built a beautiful cabin retreat for his family.
Billy Reeder didn’t just build his own cabin, he built a new life. A simple life. A good life.
With eight years of hard work and dedication, along with a few helpers and a Wood-Mizer portable sawmill, Nathan Shewchuk accomplished his lifelong dream of building his own home.