Feature Trusses and Beams

Feature Trusses and Beams

Feature Trusses and Beams

SilvaFrame designs, manufactures and installs attractive feature trusses - exposed roof trusses that offer a cost-effective way to add an eye-catching architectural feature to an interior space in contemporary buildings. 

If your are planning a feature truss or looking for a simple but effective way to add attractive architectural features to an interior space, please contact us.

SilvaFrame Structures can produce feature trusses in various materials and designs including:  

  • Green Oak (pictured above) 
  • Douglas Fir (see balconies pictured below)
  • Glulam (see below)

Glulam feature truss being lifted into place

Other engineered products (as pictured below) include:

  • Pozi-Joists (No need to drill holes for services) 
  • Roof Trusses
  • Cut Roof
  • Attic Trusses
  • Balconies and Posts
  • Encased steel beams

Feature Trusses, Balcony & Posts manufactured in Douglas Fir

Pozi-joist - ideal for very easy installation of electrics, plumbing, etc


Roofs & Joists

SilvaFrame designs and installs a range of roofs from hand cut through attic trusses to standard fink trussed rafters, as well as Pozi Joists (metal web)

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Car Barns & Outbuildings

SilvaFrame designs and manufactures home offices, car barns and other out buildings in green oak, softwood or other materials to suit our clients' requirements.

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Find out more about the services offered by our partner company SC4 Carpenters Ltd.

Winchcombe Cottage

This luxurious, energy efficient, 5 bed home was built in an area of outstanding natural beauty of West Berkshire to accommodate 4 generations. It replaced a 1930s timber house to gain the benefit of modern conveniences for the 21st century.

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Liz and Bruce's New 2 Bed House

Stress free, economic construction of 'awesome' end of terrace timber frame house

14 October 2013

Testimonial for SC4 Carpenters Ltd, re: Wash Common Newbury

Dear Conrad,

We would like to thank SC4 Carpenters for the efficient, stress free and economic construction of our new two bedroom timber frame home in Wash Common, Newbury.

The groundwork's for the property started at the beginning of May and we were able to move in by mid August. By comparison, a nearby property was having a two storey extension constructed in the traditional manner. The building works started during the same week as our groundwork's and is still not completed. We are in no doubt which method we prefer.

A passer-by commented yesterday that the house was ‘awesome’ and completely blended in with the existing terraced houses.

We would also like to compliment SC4 on their honest communication with us, which enabled us to make our plans without any concerns of late delivery of the project.

We would not hesitate to recommend SC4 & Silvaframe to anybody considering a new build.

Yours sincerely,

Liz & Bruce