Framework Plus is a family-owned group of timber frame patio and home builders out of Greater Portland, OR. From pre-designed pavilion kits to completely customizable home interiors and exteriors, we can bring your timber frame dreams to life, no matter how large.
We offer both standard style components and customizable designs to create a one-of-a-kind timber frame patio or home that works perfectly for outdoor living. Customized structures provide a variety of benefits including the ability to fit your exact sizing needs and aesthetic preferences. Sometimes standard sized objects may end up being a little too big or too small, forcing you to compromise on your overall vision. Not only is size important, but you can even add certain design components that allow your timber frame structures or pavilions to either stand alone or be attached to the front entryway, backyard entryway, or even the interior of your home.
Not only can we build your dream patio, pavilion, or home, but we also offer our designs as timber frame kits for sale. Similar to our other options, the kits are all handcrafted and can be customized to fit your specifications and desires for outdoor living. We also offer several unique design categories. Once our expert timber frame patio builders handcraft your kit, we ship it right to your job site for easy assembly.
Give us a call today to request your free quote. Please feel free to view our gallery for design inspiration and to get a glimpse of our work.
Every piece of our work is carefully crafted, cut, and customized by our team members. We first put each of our timbers through the milling process. Each piece is then designed by hand with the finest craftsmanship and attention to detail. All of our timber frames are constructed using traditional mortise and tenon joinery, a centuries-old method that results in magnificent open spaces. We take great pride in our work, using high-quality local materials in our frames, including Douglas Fir and Western Red Cedar timbers from the great Pacific Northwest. You can learn more about our traditional framing techniques in our FAQ section.