Modern structure timber frames are precision-engineered, solid and durable. As a means of structural support, the construction method relies on a factory-made timber frame - carrying the loads imposed by the floors and roofs before transmitting them to the foundations, which can be constructed at a lower cost due to the overall reduced weight of the building
The construction of timber frame-based structures include wall, floor and roof panels
that are manufactured under a factory controlled environment resaulting in a accurate and precise product.
Our panels can be left open (un insulated) allowing you to complete in your own time or we can factory fit insulation to meet your required u-values and increase build speed
Currently, timber frame accounts for nearly a quarter
of all new homes constructed in the UK.
Thanks to the excellent environmental credentials of timber frame, this building method is used by every sector
of the construction industry, from self builders to housing developers, extensions to grand designs.
A quick and simple method of construction
As it is more commonly known, Glued Laminated Timber or Glulam is an engineered wood product, produced from layers of parallel timber laminations - normally Spruce or Pine, but sometimes more durable timber species such as Larch, Douglas Fir.
One of the greatest benefits of glulam is that it can be produced in a wide range of shapes, sizes and settings.
Oweing to their incredible strength glu-lams are often used in place of steel to create modern open spaces with an astheticly pleasing finish
Our room in a roof system offers a great solution for a habitable roof space that can be installed and made watertight in a matter of days, fully insulated and ready for internal works and can be used with all our systems-
This system can also be used on traditional masonry builds making them a great choice for extensions and renovations
Structural Insulated Panels are an advanced construction method that utilises composite
panel techniques to provide outstanding structural and thermal performance in one system.
SIPS has two parallel faces sandwiching a rigid core
of Polyurethane (PIR) foam, normally Oriented Strand Board (OSB).
The effect is a lightweight device that
can be erected easily and free of the complications associated with thermal bridging and shrinkage due to compression and settlement associated with other construction methods.
Our SIP systems offer a quick and efficient construction solution with unrivalled thermal,structual and air tightness performance with U-values as low as 0.11 achievable and can be used for walls, floors and roofs- due to their incredible strength and ability to span large areas unsupported ,SIPs are a fantastic solution to create habitable roof spaces with aesthetically pleasing vaulted ceilings