Timeless Designs. Elite Craftsmanship.

Texas Timber Frames Commercial has a wide array of commercial projects under our belt. Combined that with the experience of our craftsmen, no job is too small or too large. From traditional Post & Beam to Mass Timber, we can assist in the commercial or industrial building to suit your needs.
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30+ years of experience

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Sustainable

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Your Industry Partner

Partnering with the architect and builder community is one of the things we do best. With a ‘team first’ attitude, our focus is on understanding the vision and executing the reality. Texas Timber Frames is able to offer expertise in the efficient use of sustainable resources, providing highly detailed shop drawings, seamless communication between architect and builder, and information regarding engineering properties of the timbers. We have spent decades perfecting the interconnectivity of a timber frame structure with various building systems including conventional framing, post and beam, gluelam, trusses, SIPs, and others, allowing for the ultimate in originality and creativity. Texas Timber Frames also provides AIA Continuing Education courses on timber framing. Call us today to learn more.
Commercial Timber Frame Structures
Unlike conventional framing, Texas Timber Frames aims for no less than a 1/16th of an inch tolerance in our timber work. Our pre-fabricated timber frame structures and components are based on rigorous shop drawings and exact field measurements. We have spent decades perfecting the interconnectivity of various building systems like conventional framing, SIPs, and ICFs with a timber frame structure. We make sure those details are crystal clear on our shop drawings to ensure seamless communication between the architect, builder, and Texas Timber Frames on every project.
Our projects are always engineered by our third-party partner to ensure safety, sustainability, and efficiency. Since exposed timber structure is a relatively small percentage of modern construction, employing the services of an industry expert is essential to meet our standards for build quality. Every truss, bent, and frame we build is subject to rigorous examination of strength and stability.
Truss Designs
From traditional to ornate, nothing is beyond our reach, and each truss is fully engineered. We pre-fabricate and pre-assemble timber trusses to be delivered and installed on the job site. We offer an array of joinery options including mortise and tenon, internal, and steel plate joinery.
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Projects Evolve. We Adapt.
Listening closely and understanding the priorities within a design is key when budget demands drive changes in the project. If the red pen comes out for the timber work, we work with architects by preserving the signature moments in each space while proposing changes in timber dimensions, spacing and embellishments. We aim for the most slight of aesthetic changes, and often they can make a big impact on the bottom line.
Every project has its demands.
Whether you are working with the most discerning of clients, in a time crunch for fabricated material, or working with a tight construction budget, we will work with you to make your project a success. Look no further than Texas Timber Frames. Our standards have no equal in the industry. Your client will sing your praises for bringing in the best for the key architectural feature in the most impactful rooms – the timber. For your next project, let us give you a budget for timber work in the planning stages so you can put it in your overall bid.

Your Industry Partner

Partnering with the architect and builder community is one of the things we do best. With a ‘team first’ attitude, our focus is on understanding the vision and executing the reality. Texas Timber Frames is able to offer expertise in the efficient use of sustainable resources, providing highly detailed shop drawings, seamless communication between architect and builder, and information regarding engineering properties of the timbers. We have spent decades perfecting the interconnectivity of a timber frame structure with various building systems including conventional framing, SIPs, and others, allowing for the ultimate in originality and creativity. Texas Timber Frames also provides AIA Continuing Education courses on timber framing. Call us today to learn more.
Commercial Timber Frame Structures
Unlike conventional framing, Texas Timber Frames aims for no less than a 1/16th of an inch tolerance in our timber work. Our pre-fabricated timber frame structures and components are based on rigorous shop drawings and exact field measurements. We have spent decades perfecting the interconnectivity of various building systems like conventional framing, SIPs, and ICFs with a timber frame structure. We make sure those details are crystal clear on our shop drawings to ensure seamless communication between the architect, builder, and Texas Timber Frames on every project.
Our projects are always engineered by our third-party partner to ensure safety, sustainability, and efficiency. Since exposed timber structure is a relatively small percentage of modern construction, employing the services of an industry expert is essential to meet our standards for build quality. Every truss, bent, and frame we build is subject to rigorous examination of strength and stability.

Truss Designs

From traditional to ornate, nothing is beyond our reach, and each truss is fully engineered. We pre-fabricate and pre-assemble timber trusses to be delivered and installed on the job site. We offer an array of joinery options including mortise and tenon, internal, and steel plate joinery.
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Projects Evolve. We Can Adapt.

Listening closely and understanding the priorities within a design is key when budget demands drive changes in the project. If the red pen comes out for the timber work, we work with architects by preserving the signature moments in each space while proposing changes in timber dimensions, spacing and embellishments. We aim for the most slight of aesthetic changes, and often they can make a big impact on the bottom line.

Every project has its demands.

Whether you are working with the most discerning of clients, in a time crunch for fabricated material, or working with a tight construction budget, we will work with you to make your project a success. Look no further than Texas Timber Frames. Our standards have no equal in the industry. Your client will sing your praises for bringing in the best for the key architectural feature in the most impactful rooms – the timber. For your next project, let us give you a budget for timber work in the planning stages so you can put it in your overall bid.

Our Products

  • Timber Frame
  • Post & Beam
  • Post Frame
  • Mass Timber
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Timber Frame

Timber Frame is a refined wood building style that utilizes heavy timbers with interlocking wood-to-wood joinery, with mortise and tenon fasteners. Timber Framing is similar in style to Post and Beam, with a major difference being the use of mortise and tenon joinery, as opposed to plated style joinery. This method of construction allows you to see the supporting vertical and horizontal timber framework of the structure, giving you the flexibility of open floor-plans due to the interior walls not being needed to carry any structural load. Texas Timber Frames has perfected this building method utilizing full dimension timbers in a variety of dimensions, textures, species and grains.

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Post & Beam

Post & Beam is a traditional wood building style that features post and beam construction. Post and beam construction allows the vertical and horizontal beams to support the weight of the structure. This eliminates the need for interior, load-bearing walls allowing the open floor plan designs to showcase the wood structure. Our sister company, Sand Creek Post & Beam, offers this building method utilizing full dimension, rough sawn wood, with metal plated joinery and traditional, rough sawn board and batten siding.

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Post Frame

Post Frame is an efficient building style that features pre-manufactured wood-framed trusses. With these pre-manufactured trusses and laminated and treated 6 x 6 wood posts, it allows for clear span spaces up to 80 feet without the need for interior posts, a more rapid construction calendar and less overall construction costs. Our sister company, Barn Kings, produces a versatile, cost-effective building for those customers that want the look of a traditional wood building with board and batten siding, with the interior flexibility of a pole barn.

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Mass Timber

Mass timber panel products such as cross-laminated timber (CLT) and glue-laminated timber  (gluelam) are used in many applications in multi-family and commercial construction—e.g., floors, roofs, shaft walls, bearing walls and partition walls. In many instances, the panels are left exposed on one side to take advantage of the aesthetic appeal of the timber.

Cross-laminated timber (CLT) is made up of layers of dimensional lumber stacked perpendicular and glued together to create structural panels. CLT panels are typically made of layers of three, five or seven and because they offer two-way span capabilities can be used for floors, walls and roofs.

Glue-laminated timber (glulam) is made from stacking dimensional lumber on edge and bonding them together with moisture-resistant adhesives. Glulam is commonly used for floors, beams, columns and arches.

AIA Certified Continuing Education

Responding to a demand among architects and builders to learn more about timber and timber framing, Texas Timber Frames has created its own AIA Certified Continuing Education class for AIA members in our region. Our presentation covers all aspects of our craft, from material choices and responsible procurement to joinery details and applications. We also cover factors that affect a project’s budget and interaction with other building systems within the structure. We’re happy to provide lunch with our presentation at your firm. Call 210-698-6156 to set up a class.
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Timeless Designs.
Elite Craftsmanship.

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Timeless Designs.
Elite Craftsmanship.

Texas Timber Frames | 613 Highway 46 East | Boerne, TX 78006    –   Office Hours M-F 8am-5pm | 877-680-1680 | Local: 210-698-6156

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