It's a great feeling when everything clicks during a house-framing job — the work goes quickly and turns out right, and the crew has a good time doing it. But smooth, glitch-free projects don't happen by accident. They require good organization, the right tools, and a production mindset.

Our company builds 10 or more houses per year; we frame them in-house with a four-man crew that also does exterior finish. We can produce this amount of work because we've broken the framing process down into a series of tightly organized tasks. What follows is an explanation of how we squeeze maximum efficiency out of each step of our process.

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