Have you been looking for a timber frame with a symmetrical roof? If so, check out this 16x24 hipped roof pavilion! If you live in a snowy or windy area, a hipped roof is a good choice because of its sturdiness. This frame is designed with simple trusses with cross braces. But this is not necessarily a frame for beginners, as there are some compound angles in the jack rafters. You might want to check out this video for a good explanation of how to cut them.
This 16x24 hipped roof pavilion would make a graceful addition to your landscape. The dimensions noted are from outside to outside of the 8x8 posts. There are generous 2 foot overhangs for plenty of protection from the elements. Its height adds plenty of stature- the top plates are over 9’-11” high, and the top of the rafters at the ridge are over 17 feet high. The traditional pegged mortise and tenon joinery adds loads of charm to this classic pavilion.
When you make your purchase you will receive links to download the plan set PDFs. They are filled with loads of valuable information! The construction set contains 8 pages of 2D and 3D drawings. There are post and roof plans, sections, and plenty of axonometric drawings so you can picture your finished frame.
We also include details explaining some finer points. The piece drawing set contains 23 pages that show you all the cuts you’ll make on every timber, with complete dimensions. We also give you timber and connector lists so you will know exactly what materials you need.
- 16’ Wide by 24’ Long outside of post to outside of post
- 2' overhang on all sides
- Height to bottom of Plate 9’2” (Head room of first floor)
- Height to peak of Roof 17’2" with 10/12 roof pitch
- Posts - 8x8
- Plates - 8x10
- Tie Beams - 8x10
- Collar Ties - 6x8
- Rafters - 4x8, 6x8, and 6x12
- Ridge - 6x8
- Braces - 4x6
- 33 Pages Total
- Construction Drawings - 8 Pages (17x11)
- Detailed Piece Drawings - 23Pages (17x11)
- Materials Lists - 2 Pages (8½x11)
We can provide pre-cut timbers with all the joinery cut out, SIP plans, fasteners, and everything in between. The timbers are labeled for easy assembly on site. We work with you to determine the best timber species for your frame. The labeling numbers on our timbers match up with the production numbers on the plans to make the assembly organized and efficient.
- Procurement of timber for your frame and SIP panels.
- The planing of timbers on all four sides
- All joinery and connections are pre cut
- All hardware, pegs, connectors, and screws needed to install the frame
- Post bases for each post
- Wrapped careful and placed on a pallet for delivery
- A dedicated Project Guru to guide you through the building process
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Also, before our discussion, we urge you to buy the set of plans. This will allow you to study the plans thoroughly, think through any other changes or design aspects that you want.
If you don’t end up using them we will be happy to refund your money.
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