Garages and AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS
Green oak timber agricultural building with softwood roof
This new agricultural barn has a heavy timber framed structure providing posts, braces, top plates and joist, with a softwood roof structure and is an example of using green oak traditional timber framing for visible feature sections, with a modern stick frame trussed rafter roof.
Green Oak timber framed garage
Simple traditional style barn/garage/workshop built in Cornwall, with a green Oak timber frame, softwood studwork and Western Red Cedar cladding.
Green Oak timber framed garage CAD frame design
Our advanced CAD drawing program, combined with our traditional skilled craftsmanship and cutting edge manufacturing technology allows us to ‘tweak’ every building to meet individual requirements.
We can make bespoke individually designed hand made timber frames or standard machine cut frames, depending on the customers requirements. We supply customers with CAD 3D drawings to ensure that every detail is agreed before the timber framing starts in the workshop.
These are workshop drawings of timber framed garages designed on our 3D CAD specialist timber construction software and built from local timber near our base in the Tamar Valley.
American style aisled timber framed agricultural barn
This aisled American style timber framed Douglas Fir barn was designed as new wedding and functions venue, providing a mezzanine gallery, an atmospheric space and a flexible layout.
High quality heavy green oak timber framed stable complex
Freestanding Douglas Fir timber frame protecting the walls of an ancient stone Dartmoor barn
This post and beam based frame was made to protect and conserve this old stone walled barn, and allow for it to be re-used. The timber frame needed to be freestanding inside the old walls and also have deep enough eaves to cover and protect the ancient walls, all whilst being able to withstand the ferocious Dartmoor weather! The Douglas Fir was grown within a mile of our sawmill and workshop in West Devon and the timber frame was built onsite on the high moors of Dartmoor National Park, about 11 miles from us.