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We Needed a Facelift!

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A Responsive New Website for an Always Responsive Company

We’re not quite to mid-life yet, but we decided we needed a facelift. To celebrate our 30th Anniversary, we embarked on a complete website re-design that has a fresh new look, updated project information, and is extremely mobile friendly. Thank you for being a part of our story. Here’s to the next chapter!

Framing History Since 1984

For over 30 years we have delivered game changing industry efficiencies and best practices that have changed the face of framing in Southern California forever.

Companies that are built on solid foundations stand the test of time. TWR Framing is one of those companies. For over 30 years we have delivered game changing industry efficiencies and best practices that have changed the face of framing in Southern California forever.

TWR website has a new and updated look!

Since its debut in 1992, Project Playhouse has been the chief fundraiser for HomeAid Orange County. Since its inception, trade contractors have tirelessly worked with individual builders, dedicating money, time, labor and building materials to build and install extravagant playhouses, all in the name of raising funds and support for a worthy cause. HomeAid’s focus is to build and maintain dignified housing where homeless families and individuals can rebuild their lives. Throughout the years, TWR has been at the forefront of this effort, framing and building countless houses that have contributed to raising over $6.3 million for HomeAid.

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TWR Framing Brings the Holidays Home

Since its debut in 1992, Project Playhouse has been the chief fundraiser for HomeAid Orange County. Since its inception, trade contractors have tirelessly worked with individual builders, dedicating money, time, labor and building materials to build and install extravagant playhouses, all in the name of raising funds and support for a worthy cause. HomeAid’s focus is to build and maintain dignified housing where homeless families and individuals can rebuild their lives. Throughout the years, TWR has been at the forefront of this effort, framing and building countless houses that have contributed to raising over $6.3 million for HomeAid.

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