Speed & Cost
When building a block house each stage of your build must be complete before the next starts. For example, foundations must be laid before you can start laying block. When building a timber frame home, the manufacturing process can progress at the same time as your foundations are being spread. Once your timber frame structure is on site, it can be erected and sealed within 5 to 15 days, depending on the complexity of your home, allowing electricians and joiners to commence work on the inside of your home.
When building a new home, the majority of the cost is the labour involved. If you are able to cut the build time, this will cut the labour cost and reduce the overall budget of your project.
It’s worth noting that speed and cost benefits may differ, depending on how the project is managed.
Adopting our system approach, allows us to maintain a higher quality of build through the building process. We do this by communicating with all parties, explaining the importance of the products and systems within our homes.
Just like an experiment, we build in controls at various stages of the build to ensure quality throughout. The result of this, is a home that requires the smallest heating system, when using our standard specification or with our ‘No Central Heating’ home, we can design the central heating system out of the house altogether.
By using a ‘Fabric First’ approach we are able to reduce the heat load required on the home, there fore significantly increasing the energy efficiency.
We at Tyrone Timberframes are committed to promoting environmentally friendly, sustainable houses. All of the timber used in the construction of your house is drawn from sustainable forests. By choosing Tyrone Timberframes for your project, you have a partner dedicated to providing a home to enjoy for generations to come.