Timber Open-Frame System (traditional)
Timber frame is second only to cavity wall in popularity to the volume builders. The structure of the building is made up of timber stud framework which is infilled with insulation and clad with boarding on the inside and with a variety of possible claddings on the outside - including timber, brick or tiles. An open-frame is one where the timber structure is first erected followed by infilling and cladding.
To learn more about the Timber Open-Frame as a building system see also 'Choosing a Building System'
Render Paint (for render)
Timber Stain (for timber cladding)
Some timber doesn't require the protection of a stain/paint. Species such as larch, oak and red cedar weather naturally. Ask the timber supplier for more details.
Internal Lining Board
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- Browse the products and materials
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- Fill in your details
- Start adding products to your Shortlist!
- When you return, you will find the products listed through selecting the 'My House' button at the top of the page.
- Have fun!