Western Timber Frame Specializes In:
A backyard structure made with posts and beams supporting cross beams which hold up rafters and top planks creating a lattice-type roof. Used for providing shade for back yards, decks, pools, etc. May be free-standing or attached to a home or building.
A structure made with posts and beams supporting a pitched roof which is fully covered with roofing materials to provide complete shade and protection.
A free-standing structure that is roofed and usually open-sided which provides a shady resting place.
A pergola type of structure providing a shaded walkway down a path or leading from one place to another.
A structure which serves as an entrance (typically with an arched roof) or provides a shady resting place (typically with a flat roof) in a garden or park on which plants such as climbing shrubs or vines can grow. May have lattices, benches, and/or swings attached.
An architectural structure made with posts and beams in single file, supporting a row of rafters on top, used to support climbing plants. May have lattices attached to them.
A wall or panel made from interwoven pieces of wood which can be attached to any backyard structure to provide privacy, additional shade, and support for climbing plants.
A remote-controlled roof that is made of aluminum planks that are hinged into a frame, which can be opened or closed at the click of a button. When open, it allows light through and when it is closed, it prevents water or light from coming through. Used on decks or outside the home, or can even replace a typical pergola roof.
A flat surface capable of supporting weight, similar to a floor, but typically constructed outdoors, often elevated from the ground, and usually connected to a building.
A roof-like shelter extending over a doorway, from the top of a window, over a deck, etc., in order to provide protection, such as from the sun.
Literally means “framework”, or half-timbering, which is the method of creating structures by using heavy timbers jointed via pegged mortise and tenon joints.
A roofed area usually involving a truss in the front for exposure while providing a passage for entrance into a home or building.
A covering over the entrance of the house, which is usually supported by columns made of wood or stone. Typically found on circular driveways and is also used to protect you from the rain or weather.
A pair of hinged panels fixed inside or outside a window that can be closed for security or privacy or to keep out light. May be non-hinged and permanently attached.
Any type of timber furniture that you can dream up or visualize. Tables, chests, benches…
…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 add embellishment or enhancement to your timber structures.