Mourneview Design: Timber Frame Design At Its Best

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Wednesday, April 16th, 2014
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If you need a timber frame designed for your building project, give Mourneview Design a call today for the highest quality timber frame designs and drawings.

Mourneview Design is a specialist timber frame design company based in Banbridge.

They have extensive experience in producing high quality designs and drawings of timber frames for a range of clients.

Their services are available to architects, self builders, developers and timber frame companies across Ireland and the UK.

They offer all the services of a timber frame company, with the additional benefits of the flexibility and personal service associated with a consultancy.

To help you achieve your building project to the highest standard, they will work closely with you to ensure that your design matches your exact requirements. Through one-to-one consultations, you’ll have the opportunity to discuss your ideas and budget.

Their business is based on the belief that a client’s needs always come first. When you call Mourneview Design, you can be sure to receive the most personal care and attention at every step of the process.

A testament to the quality of their service is that many of their new clients come to them through recommendation and word-of-mouth.

Just some of the benefits of timber frame:

It’s fast – Timber frame requires 20 per cent fewer on-site labour days and ensures a significantly faster construction period overall. This means a faster return on investment, reduced disruption to local communities, and tidier, safer sites. No unsold stock standing empty either, vulnerable to damage or vandalism.

Better value for money – There’s no longer any significant cost difference between timber frame and brick and block. But don’t just count the cost per cubic metre; the best way to unlock value in 2013 will be to explore with suppliers and subcontractors how they could deliver even more cost savings by working smarter and in closer partnership with you.

It’s low risk – Timber frame is tried and tested, and there is an ever-increasing body of people and businesses in the UK who know how to use it. The National Audit Office (NAO) confirms you get more price certainty, fewer delays due to bad weather, better health and safety and a more predictable build programme.

Design Flexibility – Timber frame systems are particularly suited to brownfield sites with poor soil conditions (sites that favour lighter buildings), and sites with restricted access. Modular components are also easy to transport whilst prefabricated panels offer strict quality control and fewer post erection quality problems.

Compliance with the Code for Sustainable Homes – Timber frame achieves the required standards easily, and wins big points for housebuilders in terms of the environmental impact of materials, responsible sourcing, construction waste reduction, airtightness, sound insulation and the lifetime homes plan.

Carbon savings – Wood is effectively a carbon- neutral material (even allowing for transport), and timber frame has the lowest CO2 cost of any commercially available building material. For every cubic metre of wood used instead of other building materials, 0.8 tonne of CO2 is saved from the atmosphere. Every timber frame home saves about 4 tonnes of CO2.

Environmental credentials – Timber is an organic, non-toxic and naturally renewable building material.

It’s a UK manufacturing success story – An integral part of the British construction industry, the UK’s timber frame sector is made up of several hundred UK firms, large and small, involved in the design, manufacture and construction of timber frame buildings. It provides thousands of jobs for UK workers and for UK manufacturing.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today (contact details on the right).

 

 

 


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