Timber frame is recognised as a standard method of building with an increasing amount of new homes built using this method.
Timber frame construction using standardised dimensional timber has become the dominant construction method in North America, Canada and Australia due to the economy of the method; use of sustainable material allows builders to build a structure quickly and efficiently while achieving a wide variety of architectural styles.
The structure of the timber frame walls are strengthened using OSB board to form a rigid panel which forms the support the roof structure.
OX Timber frame panel insulation build up can be tailored to the client’s specification.
Our typical wall build up will meet insulation requirements if your build falls under part L regulations (new builds and some extensions) with a U-Value of 0.15 W/m2k.
Insulation for Defective block scheme
Cost savings on insulation in the OX timber frame can be attained part L