About Us

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Our company motto?

Built to last.

Meet the Ware Built Timber Frames team. We’re a family-owned and operated business with over 35 years of experience in timber framing. With this combination of generational knowledge and hands-on experience, we work with both individuals and businesses to deliver their ideal custom home, barn our outdoor structure.

Why choose us?

We're local, and family-owned.

Our reputation is everything to us. Whether we’re building a homeowner’s gazebo or a large pavilion for a high-profile business, our goal is always the same: durable, timeless construction that will look great and last for decades. 

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Eric J Moulton
Owner | Builder

Eric is the heart and soul of Ware Built Timber Frames. Throughout the Northeast for over 35 years he has dedicated his career to the crafting of timber frames. At his own sawmill, Eric produces precision cut timbers. He is a skilled craftsman that says his favorite part of the job is seeing a project come together on “crane day.” In his spare time, Eric can be found in the great outdoors, fishing in local rivers and lakes.

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Kyle E Moulton
Frame Designer

Kyle is passionate about delivering impeccable designs on every project. For over a decade he's worked alongside his father bringing timber structures to life, from the initial sketch to the final design, cutting, and assembly. Kyle enjoys spending time with family and friends and seeing Ware Built TImber Frames in action throughout the community!

Why choose a traditional mortise and tenon building?

Traditional mortise and tenon building is a construction technique that has been used for centuries in timber framing. It involves joining two pieces of wood together by inserting a protruding end (tenon) of one piece into a hole (mortise) in the other piece. This method creates a strong and durable connection that can withstand the test of time.

Here are some advantages of building your barn or pavilion using traditional mortise and tenon joinery:

Strength and Stability

Mortise and tenon joints provide exceptional strength and stability to timber frame structures. The interlocking design distributes the weight evenly across the joints, resulting in a sturdy and resilient building that can withstand various environmental conditions.


Timber frame buildings constructed with mortise and tenon joinery are built to last for generations. The precise fit of the joints prevents shifting and settling over time, ensuring that your barn or pavilion maintains its structural integrity and beauty for years to come.

Aesthetic Appeal

The craftsmanship involved in traditional mortise and tenon joinery adds to the aesthetic appeal of timber frame buildings. The visible joinery creates a sense of authenticity and character, enhancing the overall charm and rustic elegance of your barn or pavilion.

Flexibility in Design

Despite its traditional roots, mortise and tenon joinery offer flexibility in design. Whether you prefer a classic or contemporary style, this construction method allows for a wide range of architectural features and customization options, ensuring that your timber frame building reflects your unique taste and preferences.

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