Dan McKeen and his wife have lived in Middletown Springs, Vermont for over 40 years. He and his family have deep roots in the area and are active community members. His children and grandchild live nearby and share Dan’s love of Vermont, nature and preserving the heritage of the region.
With over 30 years of experience in timber framing, Dan’s passion for the work is evident to all who meet him. A self-described history buff, Dan loves his job because it allows him to take part in preserving the history of his community. With each old barn he restores, he discovers new stories of early Americans.
The craftsmanship of these early pioneers never ceases to amaze Dan. He is proud to take part in preserving the techniques and the historic properties of the people who called Vermont home centuries ago. Dan is a natural people person and he enjoys getting to know each of his clients throughout the work process. When he’s not restoring timber frames, he enjoys dancing, music and writing ukulele songs for his grandson.