timber-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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He personally prefers simpler, quirkier projects - he's on record as saying that his all-time favourite Grand Design is a timber-framed house built in a Sussex wood.
Then, when they have grown, we need to maximize their use which is where house-building hugely extends the storing of carbon way beyond the growing span of the You tree; 40 years growing, 80 years or more in a timber-framed house.
Cardiff Magistrates' Court was told yesterday how Mr Thorley had been building a block wall on a timber-framed house when it started to rain and a colleague asked him to lend a hand to waterproof the flat roof.
This year it hopes to grow to 30 sold houses and a total turnover of about EUR 2 million.HoneyWood plans to further grow and to double its production capacity to 100 units per year by investing approximately EUR 1 million in its factory over the next three years.Starting next year it estimates that it will sell locally some 25-30 percent of the houses manufactures and once it reaches a production of 100 units per year, no more than 30 will be sold outside the country.Leaving aside finishes, a timber-framed house can be 30 percent cheaper than a traditionally built one, said Razvan Cazacu, founder, owner and manager of HoneyWood.
The couple have been building a timber-framed house using recycled materials, wood from nearby forests and stone from around the site.
Build a Classic Timber-Framed House by Jack Sobon (Storey Communications, 1994)
The Reas moved from Wiltshire and designed their home, which was built for pounds 210,000, from an off-the-shelf timber-framed house.
The timber-framed house was built around 1515 and was the birthplace of Lawrence Sheriff, who went on to found the famous public school.
1991 Build a Classic Timber-Framed House, Storey Communications, Pownal, VT.
Tomorrow, Institute, Birmingham, 0844 844 0444 GENRE Haunted House: The Witchfinder A timber-framed house in Yardley has been transported back to 1645 and the time of the Witchfinder General.
He now he lives in a 15th century timber-framed house in two acres in deepest Herefordshire, three miles from the nearest shop or pub.