TIMBER TARIFFS STING TAHOE HOMEBUILDERS

Written by Kyle Magin in Around Town, Mountain Home Awards 2019   International trade policy lumbered into Tahoe’s homebuilding industry last year with pricy results. Timber tariffs, targeting Canada, added tens of thousands of dollars to new home construction during the 2018 building season. Rising labor and fuel costs, and a hot housing market regionally, compounded the uptick’s financial… Read more »

Cozy Modular Lodges amidst the Mountains in Clio, California

by Cassandra Walker, content lead, East River Public Relations   At the helm of high-tech custom home building is Mark Tanner of Mark Tanner Construction, Truckee, California. He is a regional leader in building techniques showcasing unparalleled attention to detail, environmental sustainability, and a penchant for constructing dreamy family homes. Tanner is an avid proponent… Read more »

DREAM HOME REVIVAL

POST-AND-BEAM CONSTRUCTION SUPPORTS A 27-FOOT-HIGH CEILING WITH A SKYLIGHT RIDGE RUNNING THE LENGTH OF THE ROOF’S PEAK, PHOTO BY VANCE FOX DREAM HOME REVIVAL Written by Susan D. Rockin Mountain Home Awards 2019, Mountain Homes   EVERYTHING THAT’S OLD IS NEW AGAIN IN THIS CLASSIC MID-CENTURY REMODEL   Cliff May. While not exactly a household name, architecture aficionados… Read more »

LODGE-LIKE HOME FIT FOR FAMILY FUN

THE LOFTY GREAT ROOM OF THE LITTLE BEAR LODGE OPENS TO A OUTDOOR LOUNGE AREA WITH A 200,000-BTU FIRE PIT, AS WELL AS A VIEW DOWN THE 17TH FAIRWAY TO THE HOME’S INSPIRATION SOURCE, THE CAMP LODGE, PHOTO BY VANCE FOX LODGE-LIKE HOME FIT FOR FAMILY FUN Written by Tahoe Quarterly in Mountain Home Awards 2019, Mountain Homes… Read more »