Fiddler Creek Company, established in 2000, is owned and operated by Greg and Melanie Dennis and is located at 10,500' near Tennesse Pass in Eagle County, Colorado.

We specialize in the design and construction of timber frame homes and additions. We also offer hybrid construction with SIPS panels, custom additions, gazebos, and structural renovations of existing homes, improving the integrity and energy efficiency of a home.

As a small company, we have a high degree of quality control, with great focus and attention to detail. We treat your home as if it were our own.

At Fiddler Creek Company we aim to lead by example. We have a timber framed home office and shop on an off-grid location that is solar powered. All lighting is either LED or CFL. All the power to run the office is from the photovoltaic system. We aim to minimize waste, salvaging what we can and using reclaimed or local materials whenever it’s practical.

About the company

About Us

Timber Frame Construction

At Fiddler Creek Company we specialize in the design and construction of timber framed homes. An example of old-world craftsmanship combined with modern comforts and designs, the timber frame house is a paragon of durability and aesthetics. Timber framing can be used to construct the entirety of a home or can be used to frame an addition, like an entryway or a sunroom.

Create an heirloom quality home that will be enjoyed for generations to come.

Green Building

Building a timber frame home is one of the most energy efficient and sustainable ways to build. Building green means sustainability, which renders timber framing as inherently green. A timber frame home is an heirloom quality structure that is built for longevity, and will be enjoyed for generations to come. Its construction uses far fewer resources over time than traditional stick built structures.

It promotes sustainable forestry practices and the construction of highly energy efficient homes, especially when combined with the use of SIPS panels, or other systems that provide a high R-value and reduce air infiltration/heat loss.

Timber framing presents itself as an excellent option for meeting LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) rating designations as outlined by the USGBC (United States Green Building Council). Combining aesthetics and quality craftsmanship with environmental stewardship, building a timber frame home is a choice not only for beauty, but for a green home as well.