wood-framed house

timber-framed house

timber-framed house with terminology for many structural members
A house in which the major structural components were huge timber
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This priceless piece of rock 'n' roll history was owned by Strummer in 1987 and 1988 during which time he resided in a beautiful wood-framed house on Ridgemount Drive off Laurel Canyon, frequently taking his partner Gaby and their two young daughters on family outings to the desert in the T-Bird.
Now Speke is an area synonymous with a thriving airport, a thriving industrial and residential community - and a Tudor wood-framed house.
His propane bill is about one-quarter of what it would be in a traditional wood-framed house, $1,100 versus about $4,000 he had been spending, he noted.
A new four-car garage and exercise room addition bookends an existing 1960s wood-framed house in an established neighborhood.
They once tried to warm themselves by building a fire on a floor inside the wood-framed house.
These calculations show that the energy consumed in the manufacture of building materials (mining iron and coal for steel or harvesting wood for lumber) and the construction of a steel-framed house in Minneapolis was 17 percent greater than for a wood-framed house (Lippke et al.
Winner Amanda The wood-framed house with its distinctive curved roofs which Amanda built to blend into the Norfolk countryside The master bedroom overlooks the stream The state-of-the-art kitchen at Woods End Winner Amanda Huge windows overlook the landscaped grounds
We were rocking and rolling," said Anne LaVasseur, who was on the upper floor of a two-storey, wood-framed house on the east side of the Big Island when the quake struck.
Ivy Academia operates in a 60-year-old, wood-framed house.
The three-storey wood-framed house in Chappaqua, Westchester County, was built in 1889 and has a swimming pool, four bathrooms and an exercise room on the top floor.
A 2005 study by the Consortium for Research on Renewable Industrial Materials found that a wood-framed house outperformed steel and concrete houses across a range of environmental performance criteria.
and found heavy smoke pouring from the eaves and around the chimney of the two-and-a-half-story wood-framed house.