The benefit of Prefab Timber Frames
Building a new house can be both exciting and scary at the same time. Many homeowners want to quickly occupy the home of their dreams. Clients hope to get a combination of speed and attention to detail from their team.
Thankfully there is no need to abandon speed for quality. Prefab timber frames allow for both efficient and quality home construction. We are conscious of providing ecological, financial and time-saving benefits. Gosford Frame and Truss are dedicated to making the use of prefabricated frames mainstream.
If you are in the process of building a home, here are a few reasons why you should use prefab timber frames.
Prefab Timber Frames save time and labour cost
When you use prefab timber frames, workers don’t have to spend time cleaning up or correcting mistakes. Costly delays are also avoided as the frames arrive on site ready to be installed.
Using prefabricated wall frames, timber frames gives you a lower labour cost compared to having them made on-site. This gives more cost certainty and no surprise expenses due to weather delays or human error.
The production process, is closely monitored to ensure that it meets strict standards and matches your plans.
Inspections are carried out throughout the process and before the structure leaves the facility. We use computer-aided machinery, reducing wastage and human error.
Increased energy efficiency
Timber frames are more energy-efficient than masonry because of the thinner wall construction. Rooms will heat up and cool quicker as a result, saving you money on your energy bills.
Prefab Timber Frames are good for the environment
Most eco-conscious consumers get the wrong idea about timber. They imagine acres of forests being cleared to produce a planks of wood for construction.
However, timber is technically a renewable resource. We use responsible timber. When a tree is cut down for wood, another is planted in its place. Maintaining this balance means timber has a lower carbon footprint than other materials, such as brick and concrete.
Quick installation means that the interior of the home and the installation of utilities can begin quickly.
The prefab process means the construction of timber wall frames and roof trusses create less waste. This is achieved through efficient controlled manufacturing and a low volume of waste.
If you’re looking for a timber truss and roof company, then Gosford Timber and Truss is a name you can trust. Call us on 0409 437 201 or visit us at www.gosfordframentruss.com.au for more information.
We service Hardys Bay, MacMasters Beach, Fountaindale, Terrigal, Umina, Gosford, Bateau Bay, Pretty Beach, Avoca, Patonga, Ettalong, Killcare, Copacabana and surrounding areas.
Contact us for a free quote today.