WHAT IS TIMBER FRAME?
Timber frame is an off-site form of construction which utilises timber as the principal structural support of the entire building. It is a precision engineered method of construction which is flexibly in design and performance.
Structural panels are formed with studs, rails, structural sheeting (OSB or PLY) and breather membrane which are designed to transfer loads imposed from floors and roof to the foundations which can be constructed at a lower cost due to the fact timber frame is a lightweight structure. Timber is sourced from sustainable forests and all timber is PEFC certified.