Two bays of hammer trusses make for great architectural interest in this 16×24 hammer beam frame. Though a bit more complex to cut and raise than a frame with simpler trusses, the effort is worth it because this is a frame you will truly be proud of. The soaring 12 in 12 roof pitch creates a ridge height of 16 feet, so the space feels super roomy.
The proportions of this frame make it versatile for a variety of uses –it could be a small guest house, a living area or master bedroom addition to your home, or freestanding carport. The interior space is 385 square feet, and the ceiling volume makes it feel much bigger than that.
We provide a 35-page drawing set full of plan views, elevations, section drawings and individual piece drawings. There is a full timber list and a fastener list to make your timber purchase easy. We also include 3d renderings, including x-ray views to show you all the details and joinery to help you visualize the frame. The drawings are formatted in PDF for instant download. They are sized at 8 ½” x 11”, for easy printing at home.
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