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Builder Launches New Website to Increase Sales


Timberline Barns LLC of Rose Hill, Virginia, recently launched a new website built by E-Impact Marketing of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, the company reports. Timberline hopes to expand the reach of their storage sheds and garage customers through an online presence.

In the past, Timberline Barns has sold wooden storage sheds from their network of dealers in Virginia, Kentucky, and Tennessee.

From a small family beginning in 2006, Timberline Barns has grown to include a network of dealers and company owned lots, a handful of employees, and the new website to market their vinyl structures, metal structures and wooden storage sheds in Virginia, Kentucky, and Tennessee.

Timberline Barns focuses most of its time on building affordable wooden storage sheds in Virginia, but also offers metal sheds and vinyl storage sheds. Those portable structures then find their way to homes and businesses in the southeastern corner of Virginia and neighboring Kentucky and Tennessee.

Timberline Barns moved to manufacturing storage sheds and prefabricated garages in two locations. The original home office and manufacturing location in Rose Hill continues producing the majority of their portable storage sheds and garages, but with growing demand over the past few years, the new owner Daniel Vendley opened another manufacturing facility in Mays Lick, Kentucky.

While the manufacturing facilities in Virginia and Kentucky are important to the company’s business, another key to growth has been the use of sales lots. These storage shed and prefab garage sales lots are located in Norton, and Richlands, Virginia; Harlan, Corbin, Pickeville, London, and Middlesboro, Kentucky; and Kingsport, Mosheim, Dandridge, Tazewell, and Clinton, Tennessee.

Timberline Barns was founded in 2006 by the late Philip Eicher. In 2014 the business changed hands and has enjoyed significant growth since that time, according to the company. The new website design is one step in helping Timberline reach new people and help folks within their delivery area to get affordable storage buildings that will last a lifetime.


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