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
References in periodicals archive ?
The Elizabethan timber-framed house, which enjoys wonderful views of the surrounding countryside, is where the Restoration playwright William Wycherley was born in 1640.
Also joining the 2016 register is Manor House, in Hamstall Ridware, Lichfield, which is a timber-framed house first built in the 15th century.
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.
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.
In a timber-framed house it can lead to very serious damage.
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.