There is a $1,000 deposit to get on the build schedule.
This is non-refundable but goes towards the purchase of your camp.
This can be paid anytime during the process but you will not be placed on the build schedule until it is received. If we get to you on the build schedule and we do not have signed paperwork and finalized spec’s for your camp, it will be bumped down to next in line.
(Estimates only, subject to change without notice)
Decide on any options you would like to add.
We have a list of possible upgrades and pricing available for review.
Any special order items will need to be quoted after they have been researched. We will also need to decide if the request is possible.
Added fee of $2,500
This would include any changes from the standard floor pland and options.
Timberline will provide a Quote to review and a Purchase Agreement to look over and sign.
Please look over both items as quickly as possible. Let us know of any changes.
We can adjust the quote as needed until you are satisfied with the camp you are ordering. Once you are satisfied, fill out the agreement completely and get it back to Timberline.
A signed agreement and half down is required before we can start ordering materials for your camp.
If you are using Bank financing, we will not require the half down but will need a letter from your Bank stating the loan is approved.
We do not offer “In-House” financing. Zions Bank or Mountain America Credit Union are great to work with or your local Bank or Credit Union should be able to provide an RV Loan to you. They will need to contact us for MSRP because we are not listed on the NADA booking sites.
The purchase agreement will ask you how you want the MSO filled out. Please fill the bottom portion out completely, list any lien holder information.
Your purchase agreement will have an estimated start and completion date on it.
This is an ESTIMATE only. We will do everything we can to meet this time frame. It will depend on how quickly we get half down and the agreement back from you. It will also depend on availability of materials and especially on special order items.
Once your camp has been ordered it may be difficult to make any changes to it.
If we can accommodate the changes you request, you will be responsible to pay time and materials to make the change plus a $250 change order fee.
Every Timberline camp is hand crafted.
Because the camps are hand crafted you might find slight imperfections in the materials and/or workmanship. Timberline will do everything possible to keep these to a bare minimum.
You, as the owner of the Camp, are responsible to register the appliances in your name.
Each appliance should have its own manufacturers warranty. You need the appliance registered in your name to make that warranty effective.
These are items you want in your camp that we are not familiar with, have not used before or have limited reports on how the items function in our camps.
Timberline cannot guarantee how special order items will work in your camp. We will do all due diligence with installation but cannot guarantee it will perform the way the manufacturer represents.
2 years on Camp.
Appliances and components will have their own manufacturers warranty and you will need to register them.
See owners manual for full details. You will need to bring your camp to us for any structural or systems warranty work that is needed. If that is not possible, you will need an authorization letter from us to have someone else do the repairs. Appliances and components have their own warranty and can be worked on by any authorized company.
Final payment is due before camp is picked up or delivered.
Timberline can delivery your Range Camp to you. You will be charge either $2.65 a loaded mile or actual delivery cost if we have it shipped to you.
Timberline prefers to have you pick your camp up at our facility if at all possible. We would like to spend some time with you making sure you know how to run everything and are familiar with your camp. This is easier accomplished at our facility.
You are responsible for paying the Sales Tax and licencing your camp.
Timberline does not collect sales tax and does not license your camp. You will need to go to your local County Offices. They will keep the MSO issued for your camp, collect sales tax and license your Range Camp. They will then turn your MSO in and have a Title to your camp issued to you. If there is a lien holder the Title will go to them.
In a world of changing values you can be sure that the quality and values of Timberline Range Camps will not change.
Our camps are built to last a lifetime. We use the highest quality materials and they are assembled by hardworking skilled craftsmen that look forward to building you the best camp out there.View Catalog