Timber Joinery


Timber joinery is a conventional beam/wooden technique used to connect wood beams without using metal fasteners. Moreover, wood joinery requires both ends of timber to be carved. This will enable it to fit together like puzzle pieces. Remember, there is quite a large and complex configuration and variation of wood-to-wood joints. Timber joinery includes butt joints, tongue and groove joint, box joints and finger joints. Visit ArchPro to find timber joinery that works with a variety of different construction applications! 

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