By Tom McEwen | 9 January 2018 | 11:00amTo choose the best timber frame house for you, it’s important to understand the type of house and how it fits into the landscape.
You may have heard of ‘snow’ and ‘ice’ but they’re just two of the many different types of house types you’ll encounter when you’re shopping for your next home.
For many years, timber frame houses were thought to be a luxury option for homeowners who wanted a little more privacy and space but weren’t afraid to put up a front.
When you see a timber frame built home, it doesn’t necessarily mean it has a fancy roof or interior space but instead a simple wooden frame structure with no windows or balconies.
You’ll find a lot of different types in the timber frame market, including traditional timber frames built for centuries or the newer types that are designed to be used as living spaces.
But if you’re not looking for an all-inclusive timber frame, then you’ll need to look at other options for your home.
The most popular timber frame type is the single-storey style, where one or two bedrooms are built around a single roof.
For those looking for a smaller timber frame with a smaller footprint, the most common choice is the three-storeys frame, which can have a floor area of up to 884 square metres.
Another popular option is the ‘floored’ timber frame style, which has a floor space of up from around 400 square metres to around 1,000 square metres, which is typically found in homes built for smaller buyers.
In terms of interior space, you’ll find many different styles of timber frame.
Wooden frame homes are usually larger than the traditional wooden frame homes.
One of the biggest advantages of timber framed homes is that you can build it in a variety of materials.
Wood is typically the material that has the most exterior space in terms of floor space, with up to 1,400 square metres being the largest number of square metres available in timber frame dwellings.
Most timber frame residences are built on top of a solid foundation and are usually built with multiple layers of plywood, with the plywood being attached to the bottom of the timber framing structure and the interior being reinforced with concrete and reinforced with a wood-like concrete board.
The timber frame structure also features multiple floors and a roof, making it ideal for a number of different home uses.
The number of bedrooms, however, has an impact on the size of the home.
In the majority of timber frames, there is only one bedroom per bedroom, meaning there are only one occupant.
This makes it a very popular option for families with small children, as they can sleep on a single floor.
If you have multiple children, however (or a small family), you may want to consider a smaller home with multiple bedrooms.
This is because in the majority, a smaller-sized home has more space for children to play and socialise.
Other types of timber framing can be found in smaller homes that can be rented out.
These are typically smaller than the size required for a home to accommodate the maximum number of people but are also more comfortable and more economical to build.
More compact timber frame buildings, such as a two-storery home or two-bedroom flats, have also been built for larger buyers, as it allows for more flexibility in the home layout and provides more room for people to play, work and socialize.
However, if you have a large family or multiple people, a larger home with many bedrooms may be a better choice than a smaller one.
In addition, if your home is more than a few stories high, then a timber house is likely to have many more bedrooms than a traditional wooden one.