Timber Frame Construction

All About Post-and-Beam Building

Timber Frame Construction

By:  Jack A. Sobon
Roger Schroeder

9780882663654
Product ID:  66365
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1984/01/05
Storey Publishing, LLC

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8.5 X 10.9 in
208 pg



HOUSE & HOME / Design & Construction
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Construction / Carpentry
HOUSE & HOME / Outdoor & Recreational Areas

“If you’ve ever dreamed about building with timbers, this book will convince you that this method is not only beautiful and practical, but often less expensive than “stick building.”  Includes dozens of illustrations and photos.” – Countryside & Small Stock Journal

 


Discover the satisfaction of making your own durable, economical, and environmentally friendly timber frame structures. Covering all aspects of timber frame construction, this practical guide is filled with easy-to-understand instructions, clear illustrations, and helpful photographs. With expert advice on selecting appropriate timber, necessary tools, safety considerations, joinery techniques, assembly, and raising, Jack Sobon and Roger Schroeder encourage beginners by offering complete plans for a small toolshed. Turn your dream of a timber frame house into a reality.  

Currently a self-employed architect and builder of timber-framed buildings, co-author Jack A. Sobon holds a bachelor of architecture degree from the Rhode Island School of Design. He has also worked on barn moving and restoration for Richard W. Babcock, Inc. Jack has written Storey's Build a Classic Timber-Framed House. He has also been published in the Fine Homebuilding magazine. Jack, born in Adams, Massachusetts, is married and has a daughter. He has also co-authored Storey's Timber Frame Construction with Roger Schroeder, which is now in its twelfth printing, with nearly 50,000 copies in print. Their book has received praise from such publications as Popular Science: "A sprightly manual on post-and-beam building techniques, well-illustrated with sketches and photos. A tribute to joinery skills of that era before home building changed from a craft to an industry, this book will inspire you to tackle the tool shed for which plans are provided."

Roger Schroeder is the editor of Wood Carving Illustrated magazine and lives in Amityville, Long Island, New York. Chuck Grodskiis a retired woodworker and has a full-time business making classical and whimsical birdhouses. He lives in Long Island, New York.