Timber frame: Fact sheet no. 14
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This fact sheet, published by wood for good gives readers an overview of building with timber frame.
The fact sheet contains a number of basic points regarding timber frame including the benefits which make it popular, some standard studding and joist sizes and a number of statistics in the growth of timber frame's share in the UK housing market.
- Growing popularity
- Basic points
- Common studding sizes
- Common joist sizes
- A typical timber frame wall
Professionals undertaking surveys of timber frame buildings should have an understanding of the overall design and typical detailing employed in this form of construction.
The approach to surveying a timber framed house is no different from that used for other methods of construction. There are many similarities with brick...
As fuel prices rise, fossil fuel supplies become more unpredictable and we strive to reduce our CO2 emissions, every Watt saved now counts.
This Wood Information Sheet (WIS) outlines the options for improving the thermal performance of existing timber frame buildings and summarises the important issues that specifiers...
Sole plates are a vital element in a timber framed building. Their installation has a direct effect on the building's service life, line, level and plumb, and contributes to the speed of construction.
This Wood Information Sheet provides advice on getting the installation of sole plates right first...