We combine old world craftsmanship with the latest state of the art equipment. The result is a timber pergola kit with unmatched quality and durability that is quick and easy to install. Our unique corner system allows for a quick snap together beam to post application. This system also reduces future warping, twisting and gap exposure.
Arbor and Trellis structures are an excellent way to accent your backyard living space. In our experience they are often used in conjunction with a pergola, gazebo, or pavilion to accent a walk way, hidden corner, or provide shade for a swing, or bench. Our heavy duty Arbors and Trellises utlize our dovetail joint method for superior strength and a minimum of maintenance.
There is not an easier heavy timber pavilion or gazebo kit to install than the kits from Western Timber Frame. In many aspects, they are often even easier to install than even inferior flimsy hardware store kits because their sheer size and strength allow posts to stand upright. This combined wtih the interlocking joints makes for a straighforward installation. Our easy interlocking corners and drop in rafter layouts, the hard work is done for you by our experienced craftsman. You simply put it together on site (We do of course provide installation should you desire us to install your kit for you).
Pergolas: A backyard structure forming a shaded pathway with posts and beams supporting cross beams creating a lattice-type effect.
Breezeways: A pergola-type structure providing a shaded walkway down a path or leading from one place to another.
Trellises: An architectural structure usually made from interwoven pieces of wood that is often made to support climbing plants.
Porte-cocheres: A covering over the entrance of the house which is usually supported by columns made of wood or stone. It is typically found on circular driveways and is also used to protect you from the rain or weather.
Timber Framing: Literally means “framework”, or half-timbering, which is the method of creating structures utilizing heavy timbers jointed via pegged mortise and tenon joints.
Gazebos: A free-standing structure that is roofed and usually open-sided which provides a shady resting place.
Timber Awnings: A roof-like structure that serves as a shelter over a storefront, window, door, or deck.
Arbors: A shady resting place in a garden or park on which plants such as climbing shrubs or vines can grow.
Timber Entryways: A roofed area usually involving a truss in the front for exposure while providing a passage for entrance into a home or building.
Wood Shutters: A hinged or otherwise decorative covering attached to the side(s) of a window on the exterior of a home or building.
Timber Decks: A floored structure, typically with a railing, that adjoins a house.
…and so much more!
Our products and services are second to none, especially with our new interlocking corners–preventing our timber structure from warping, twisting, and widening gaps.
We have all types of decorative brass, metal plates, and wraps to really dress up your timber structures.
We are a team of dedicated guys and gals who have a passion and lifelong appreciation for the inherent beauty and rich warmth of heavy-duty timber framing.
Working together with our great crew of skilled craftsmen, Western Timber Framing has won awards and become a leader in residential and commercial custom architectural timber framing. Much of our growth has come organically from clients who recommend our work.
We have decades of experience in timber frame building in private communities, businesses and other developments across America. Western Timber Frame has brought this same top-notch quality to the homes across the United States to transform regular backyards into breath-taking views of splendor that the whole family will enjoy.
Our pergolas are a perfect centerpiece to build your backyard around or to complement what you have already created.
Do to much demand we have began offering a "Full Size Timber" pergola kit. These kits give the same gorgeous look and feel but the timbers are just 1" to 2" smaller in size.
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