Modular Timber Frame

The load-bearing structures of a building are made of engineered timber panels,
instead of a steel frame or concrete blockwork.
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We strive to build our timber frame structures to the most significant level of precision and quality to guarantee durability, lower maintenance, long-term aesthetically pleasing appearance, and reduced heat loss characteristics.

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We build Bespoke Timber Frame Houses according to your drawings and also offer Our Designs to choose from.

To quote your project please email us the main drawings of the house – plans, elevations, sections with main dimensions, a specification of U values required, and a desirable kit package.

If you do not have drawings yet, take a look at our Completed Project Gallery for some ideas and inspiration or choose from Our Designs that we created in cooperation with architects.

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What is the cost of timber frame house?

Since we build houses according to your individual drawings – the estimate should be calculated for each project separately, taking into account the client’s needs. However, we often want to know at least a preliminary price to decide whether to choose a timber frame house or a brick house. As a result, we have carried out preliminary calculations for our type and configuration of houses for details. We have divided it into three main kits, which are usually in demand, so choose the one you like and you will know the preliminary cost of a timber frame house with such a set. The timber frame house kits show different options and their conditional prices, however, each kit can be adjusted to your needs. For the glossary of external elements of timber frame please refer to our blog.

Note: price ranges are the AVERAGE of 10 different sizes and types of houses, thus the actual price for each project may slightly vary.

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MAXI

~400 eur/m2
~600 eur/m2
~700 eur/m2
External wall framework
External wall framework
Roof rafters or trusses with tyvek film + air gap
Roof rafters or trusses with tyvek film + air gap
Partition wall framework
Partition wall framework
Full External finish (weatherboard, window trims, mouse band, etc.)
Full External finish (weatherboard, window trims, mouse band, etc.)
Roof cladding (excl.tiles and welded bitumen) with rain gutters and soffit
Roof cladding (excl.tiles and welded bitumen) with rain gutters and soffit
Main insulation in external walls and roof
Main insulation in external walls and roof
Plastic film + Internal service battens
Plastic film + Internal service battens
Wooden Windows & external doors
Wooden Windows & external doors
50 mm insulation between battens, insulation in partitions plasterboard on all walls & ceiling
50 mm insulation between battens, insulation in partitions plasterboard on all walls & ceiling
Foudation, Electricity & Plumbing, cosmetic inside finish
Foudation, Electricity & Plumbing, cosmetic inside finish

We offer a flexible solution for different budgets

To have the most time and cost-effective house building process we offer to fit as many layers in the factory as possible, minimizing the works on-site and material waste.

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To have the most time and cost-effective house building process we offer to fit as many layers in the factory as possible, minimizing the works on-site and material waste. Our wall elements usually arrive at the site as a fully insulated framework, fully finished from outside (with airtight ventilated façade solution, chosen external cladding), with windows already in, vapor film and service battens on the inside fitted, leaving internals ready for electricity and plumbing installations on site.

After other subcontractors finish the installation work, we close the walls with plasterboard, T&G wooden panel, or other chosen material. We are also flexible to build the house in stages or leave some of the works and materials excluded from our delivery in case you want to finish those yourself. In our house kit, we can also include or exclude windows, external and internal wooden doors, parquet, wooden staircase, wooden internal architraves, cornices, trims and skirting boards, wooden fences, terraces, and other wooden ornaments and decorations.

The offsite manufactured timber frame element building method generally adopts factory-made frames that are built-up on-site in large sections, thereby reducing the sum of connections that need to be done on-site.

The largest element size we manufacture is 13 m in length and 3m in height and it is only due to restrictions of available trailer sizes to transport the produced elements to the building site. The lifting capacity required for the crane to lift such wall element is 2 tones. For more information on the production and assembly process please read.

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Today over 70% of the population of the developed world lives in timber frame housing.

Timber Frame is becoming a priority choice due to changing requirements related to the effect on the environment. Furthermore, off-site manufactured timber frames in elements provide supplementary benefits:

  • Successfully replacing steel frame or concrete blockwork. It’s a faster, more cost-effective, and considerably more sustainable building method. It’s generally lightweight yet astoundingly solid and strong.
  • Practical advantage. Offsite manufacture allows achieving a better quality of construction and makes less to no mistakes. Also, it allows continuing production during cold weather, when building from scratch on-site would not be acceptable. Work is much more efficient and creates less waste.
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Standard wall construction types

We named each construction type according to the house type it is most commonly used for. These names are conditional, mainly to help in communication with our customers to establish the level of thermal performance for the project. The main difference is the thickness of the insulated framework.

Garden line

For little cabins and structures that do not require high thermal performance levels (U values lower than 0,26 W/m²K). The main framework thickness is 95+45 mm. Most commonly used for little garden houses, camping lodges, etc.

Living line

Standard solution for living houses that require U values of the walls not worse than 0,18 W/m²K. The main framework thickness is 195+45 mm. To slightly adjust thermal performance if necessary, we use insulation of different thermal conductivities.

Holiday line

For a summer residence, bungalows, camping lodges in cold weather locations, or living houses for a warm climate. The main framework thickness is 145+45 mm. U value achieved for the walls is 0,20 W/m²K.

Passive line

highly insulated walls that reach U-values of 0,11 W/m²K or better. In some countries it is a mandatory specification for newbuild living houses, however elsewhere it is a choice of long-term saving solution – minimal to no heating costs, less CO2 emission.

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