Our Design Services
Our designs are dynamic; they can be taken apart, reassembled and reconfigured at any time.
Our speciality is in MiTek development software solutions for structural timber engineering and the provision of steel connector products for our floor and roofing systems.
MiTek’s leading software solutions allow our technicians to provide the innovative design solutions that client need. However if you had contracted the service of an architect we can work around your designs to make sure they are well executed.
Please contact us today to discuss your needs for your new project.
For modern or classic styles, we offer all the cladding and timber wall panelling you need for projects of any size. We are committed to quality cladding at affordable prices and do our best to keep costs down. therefore, not blowing the budget for your owner builder or DIY projects
At Gosford Frame and Truss, we provide compatible hygienic wall cladding, therefore, integrated to fit together perfectly to provide a hygienic, watertight surface. This doesn’t just offer the best possible protection against bacteria and vermin; it makes cleaning easy too.
Weathertex entire compatible system of walls, ceilings, doors and floors is designed to provide a completely sealed environment, from floor to ceiling.
We pride ourselves for supplying the best quality products for our clients in Gosford and the Central Coast
Pre-Fabricated Timber Flooring Systems
Gosford, Custom prefabricated flooring systems vastly improves construction safety, reducing loose materials on site, minimising theft and OH&S concerns. The instant floor system act as a secure foundation for the working site,while precise placement of the flooring reduces labour time and risk of injury.
Floor Panels and Casettes
Floor panels and cassettes are modular floor systems, which are manufactured using I-joists, open web joists or traditional joists or traditional to meet customer requirements
Joist Floor Systems
Floor Beam and Joist arrangements can form a supporting frame for for a floor. Beams are thicker and longer and are laid vertically; joists are typically shorter and lay across the beams to give them horizontal support.