We provide a full range of roof trusses from standard roofs to attics . Roof trusses provide a structural frame for roof support. They provide a flexible, practical, simple-to-erect engineered solution to roofing requirements. As they can use less timber than a traditionally formed roof, they're not only more suitable, but can be more affordable.
Easy access for the installation and maintenance of the services in a floor zone is the clear advantage of the Posi-Joist flooring system.
With the move towards the building of more sustainable homes, an increasing number of mechanical ventilation and heat recovery (MVHR) systems are being installed in the UK and Ireland, driving more and more architects and specifiers to look for a versatile open web flooring solution.
The system combines the lightness of timber with the strength of the Posi-Strut™ steel web, enabling you to span far greater distances than would be possible with alternative timber products, allowing a variety of internal room layouts within an external shell. This gives you unequaled design freedom across a wide range of applications for both floor and roof in domestic, industrial and commercial applications.
I-Joists are structurally engineered timber joists, which combine Kerto LVL with an engineered composite panel[OSB(4)], making them light weight but very strong– they can carry far heavier loads than a conventional timber joist of its equivalent weight. I-Joists are constructed from a web which is sandwiched between two flanges, on top and on the bottom. These are assembled glued, pressed and heat cured. This produces an I shaped cross section which gives the I-Joist its name. Applications include floor and roof joists, wall studs and roof rafters in both residential and commercial construction.
Laminated veneer lumber (LVL) product used in all types of construction projects, from new buildings to renovation and repair. Kerto is incredibly strong and dimensionally stable. Kerto delivers its high strength from the homogeneous bonded structure.
Kerto is produced from 3 mm thick, rotary-peeled softwood veneers that are glued together to form a continuous billet. The billet is cut to length and sawn into LVL beams, planks or panels in according to customer´s requirements
Timber frame is one of the most technologically advanced and sustainable forms of construction
available in the 21st century. It ensures a high quality product, reduces overall build costs and shortens the duration of build programmes.
70% of the developed world’s population live in timber frame houses. These include many in the USA, Canada, Scandinavia, Europe, Australia and Japan. In the UK, timber frame is on the increase, as builders, developers and occupiers recognise the advantages.
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