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frame house

A house of wood frame construction, usually sheathed and covered with lap or panel siding or shingles.
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Fine Homebuilding: Timber Frame Houses (Taunton Press, 1992)
EF2 Significant 113 - 157 Roofs blown off frame houses;
A rigid frame houses all of the machine's modules, and all sub-assemblies are factory preset, including the orienting rollers.
WASA is carefully restoring the history of a freed slave community, hidden for decades within Brooklyn's Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood, in a project that will transform decaying structures into "house museums." WASA completed a master plan for the restoration project on behalf of The Weeksville Society, preparing designs for the restoration of the small, wood frame houses officially known as the Hunterfly Road Historic Houses.
The strongest documented tornadoes, designated F-5, carry frame houses considerable distances, send automobiles flying, and strip the bark off trees.
Hopkinton, where Jacqueline Cronsberg's Ballet Workshop is located, is a picture-perfect Massachusetts town of white frame houses and steepled churches lining Main Street.
But he's concerned that the nation's forests can't sustain the "massive cutting" required to build 1.25 million frame houses every year.
As well as timber frame houses, Acacia builds frames for flats, nursing homes, schools, hotels, offices and sports centres.
F2 Significant 113-157 Roofs blown off frame houses;
QOak frame houses are becoming increasingly popular - why do you think that is and are we likely to see more houses like this in the future?