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What is Timber Frame?
A Timber Frame home has its inner shell constructed from timber. This shows how a timber frame build differs from a traditional build. The wall panels, flooring and roofing are fixed to a timber frame to provide a sturdy structure, around which, the external walls are built.
The diagram below illustrates a cross-section of a wall in a typical timber frame home:
Benefits of Timber Frame
Reduced Construction Costs
Using Timber Frames systems can reduce overall program costs by up to 10% of the usual total build cost. Using traditional brick and block methods
Reduced Build Time
Reduces the time required to complete the internal shell by up to 50% compared to traditional brick and block methods of construction.
Greater Cost Control
Offsite manufacture or on site manufacture combined with on-site erection enables greater cost certainty enabling fixed price projects.
Increased Control Of Build Schedule
Our timber frame system can be erected in virtually all weathers and temperatures thereby providing great time control and certainty. This is especially important on time critical projects but also provides significant benefits when scheduling other trades when time is less of a factor.
Quality and Precision
Timber Frames provide a high quality, defect free internal shell that meets the highest of customer expectations.
Thermal and Acoustic Performance
Timber Frames meet all thermal and acoustic requirements, outperforming traditional brick and block in almost every area.
All of our wood comes from managed forests and timber frame construction has the lowest CO2 cost of any commercially available building material.