If you’ve ever dreamed of waking up in the natural beauty of a timber frame home, Dave and Jackie Dewey may be able to make that dream a reality. As the  newest independent representatives for Davis Frame Co. of Claremont, N.H., the Deweys have opened Dream Timber Frame Homes, offering services for coastal New Hampshire and southern Maine.

They can walk you through the entire process, ensuring that building your new timber frame home is a smooth and rewarding experience. Having just completed their own retirement home in Cape Neddick, they will offer their firsthand experience to help with the important details, including site evaluation, design features and ensuring the project meets expectations.

The Deweys chose Davis Frame Co. for its integrity, customer service and time management schedules.

While there are many reasons to choose timber framing over other methods of construction, the beauty, affordability and sustainability of timber frames are important factors.

The exposed natural beams and traditional wooden joinery impart an incomparable sense of warmth, comfort and security to indoor spaces. By combining the proven strength of this ancient craft with a few modern technologies, Davis Frame timber frames can also give you one of the most energy-efficient homes available, with the curved braces, chamfered edges and clear, tung-oil finish as signature features.

Dream Timber Frame Homes will be holding open houses in York from May 1 and through September. For more information, call 361-7015, or visit www.dreamtimberframehomes.com.

Secure document destruction company opens in Sanford

Sanford/Springvale Chamber Ambassador welcomes a new business with a ribbon cutting at Secure RMS document destruction facility in Sanford. As a social enterprise of WABAN Projects, Inc., Secure RMS primary mission is to provide employment opportunities for people with disabilities. With national accreditations security, confidentiality and customer service are top priorities.

Allspeed changes hands, expands at new location

After nearly 20 years at 1041 Washington Ave. in Portland, Allspeed Bicycle & Ski has moved one mile up the road to 72 Auburn St., across from Northgate Plaza and Shaws. In the new location, the business will be Allspeed Cyclery & Snow, with Chris Carleton and Mike Davies taking the helm from original owner Gary Buch. The company’s goal is to maintain the charm it’s known for, while both modernizing the shop and offering a bigger selection of in-stock products as a full-service bicycle and ski retailer specializing in all types of bicycles and accessories, as well as back country, telemark and alpine touring ski gear during the winter months. 

Haley’s Metal Shop welcomes fifth-generation to business

Haley’s Metal Shop is thrilled to announce the local, family business has welcomed a fifth-generation family member to the business. Matthew Haley is joining the company started by his great-great grandfather in 1917. Haley is joining the team as the sheet metal operations supervisor. Haley’s Metal Shop is located at 539 Elm St. in Biddeford.

Westbrook agency changes name to St. Germain Collins

St. Germain & Associates have announced a name change to St. Germain Collins. The new name recognizes both Mark St.Germain, the company founder, and Scott Collins, who has been principal and vice president of the company for many years. Founded in 1992, St.Germain Collins is an environmental consulting and engineering firm. Located in Westbrook, the firm provides clients management in site planning and development, energy, petroleum and waste management, site investigation and restoration, water resources and environmental compliance. More information is available at www.stgermainecollins.com

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