Four Bayrou generations, all Compagnon carpenters and joiners succeeded each other in the company since 1890. Gradually, they built the unique stamp of â€œChalets Bayrouâ€.
The same spirit animates the men of talent and know-how of today.
Their expertise on larch wood and their love of noble materials have become a reference in BrianÃ§on in Switzerland, including MÃ©gÃ¨ve.
Ferdinand Bayrou father and sons, carpenters Compagnon du Devoir tradesmen founded the Bayrou company in BrianÃ§on.
Paul Bayrou, Compagnon carpenter becomes part of the company following his Tour de France and specifically develops chalets.
Alain Bayrou becomes head of the company and gives a new impulse to Chalets Bayrou.
Chalets Bayrou expanded their business to Switzerland, opening new offices in Lutry and then finally put down roots in Valais, by Lac LÃ©man and Geneva.
Following Alain Bayrouâ€™s death, Anne Bayrou, Alainâ€™s spouse and collaborator and Guillaume Lebigot, long-standing Compagnon carpenter and co-founder, take over the company.
After 124 years in the heart of BrianÃ§on, Chalets Bayrou established itself on a new site nearby with workshops, offices, a showroom..to better serve you.
Chalets Bayrou opened up offices in the â€œchalet resortâ€ par excellence: MegÃ¨ve.
A new side of Chalets Bayrou is developed, offering much more than a chalet: wooden houses, renovation, extensions, wood frame elevationâ€¦with the ever unique Chalets Bayrou stamp!