There is so much happening in this 24×30 timber frame cabin! It has an entry porch with a hammer-beam truss and extended purlins, a steeply pitched main gable flanked by a shed wing, and a cantilevered lookout over the first floor. If you are an experienced timber framer looking for a plan to be proud of and enjoy, this exciting frame may be just what you are after!
- 956 square feet main structure (1036 w/enclosed entry) – 720 s/f main level, 236 s/f loft, 80 s/f entry porch
- 12:12 pitch main frame and entry; 5:12 pitch shed wing
- High volume ceiling
- Queen post truss gable ends
- Hammer beam truss entry
- Over 10’ ceiling height main floor
- Ceiling vaults over 13’ above the second floor
- 8×10 and 8×8 posts
- 4x braces
- 6x rafters, purlins, girts, and joists
- Drawings include fully dimensioned 2D plans, sections, and elevations. There are three-dimensional drawings as well, so you can visualize the finished product.
- Every face of each timber is drawn in 2D, with every cut fully dimensioned.
- We include a complete timber list and fastener schedule, to make your budgeting and purchasing easy!
The plans for this frame are comprehensive, and chock full of all the information you will need to successfully complete the project. The instantly-downloadable pdfs are formatted to print at 11×17. The 15-page construction drawing set includes a dimensioned plan, section, and elevation drawings examining every part of the frame. The 64-page piece drawing set shows all you need to know to cut the joinery. We include 3D drawings showing the frame assembled and exploded, with each timber labeled and numbered. Those labels correspond to the extremely detailed and easy to read piece drawings. We even include detailed timber, fastener, and peg lists.
Timber Frame HQ provides plans for construction purposes but does not oversee the construction. The plan purchaser is responsible for assuring the plan meets local codes and regulations. It is the responsibility of the plan purchaser to obtain any and all structural analysis, engineering, and specifications that may be required in the municipality in which it is to be built. The plan purchaser is to verify all lot conditions and measurements before construction. Purchaser is responsible for additional expenses incurred in order to meet local code and engineering requirements.
The customer understands that the following conditions in your specific area may require additional engineering:
- Wind / hurricane / tornado
- Seismic / earthquake
- Heavy snow
- Flood potential
- Soil instability
- Timber Frame Engineering
The customer understands that HVAC, Plumbing & Electrical will not be included in all plans.
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