framing timber

framing timber

One of the structural members of a timber-framed house; in colonial America, such massive timbers were usually made of hand-hewn oak.
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External finishes will be FC cladding and internal finishes with plasterboard finish, roof framing timber trusses and metal roof sheeting.
If Formosan termites find reliable food and drink--such as framing timber and rainwater--they'll permanently nest within a building's walls.
The average 2,080-square-foot suburban home contains 13,127 board feet of framing timber, 6,212 square feet of wood sheathing and 2,325 feet of exterior siding.
Kelleher said that framing timbers for buildings in New England villages during the 1600s and 1700s were primarily oak, but by the early 19th century softwoods such as pine and hemlock were used.
The company produces cabinets, furniture, doors, flooring, and trim, as well as framing timbers and logs.
What if you had a jigsaw large enough to crosscut framing timbers, glulam beams, engineered joists or gang-cut rafters?
Two field trials were conducted to determine the aboveground effectiveness of envelope treatments of deltamethrin and permethrin for the protection of two softwood framing timbers, radiata pine, Pinus radiata D.
IAQ 6000HD is designed for use on building materials such as gypsum wallboard, oriented strand board (OSBI, wood framing timbers, plywood and any other surface where a flexible, mold-resistant coating is necessary.
The winning team, from the University of Colorado at Boulder, evaluated potential building products--from framing timbers and foundations to windows and photovoltaic panels--according to nine criteria.
THE well-preserved ship discovered on the banks of the River Usk is a type known as a ``keel'', made by building up successive runs of overlapped oak hull planks before the framing timbers (commonly called ribs) were inserted.
The building, listed on the register of National Historic Sites, has recently undergone structural reinforcement to its framing timbers.
Numerous companies across the country are re-purposing wood from old industrial factories, dilapidated barns, and even wood from the bottom of river beds, and distributing it for use as flooring, beams, and framing timbers.