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Infill panel walls are a form of cladding built between the structural members of a building. The structural frame provides support for the cladding system, and the cladding provides separation of the internal and external environments. Infill walls are different to other forms of cladding panel in that they are fixed between framing members, rather than being attached to the outside of the frame.
Infill panel walls are not considered to be load bearing, although they are required to resist wind loads applied to the facade, as well as supporting their own weight.
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Wooden frames are used for interior walls in concrete and steel structures as partitions. They provide flexibility of design, including floor layout, fire safety, sound insulation, and renovation. Wood infill partitions are non-structural, lightweight, and are suitable for a range of interior finishes. They can also be designed to meet the fire and sound requirements for apartment partition walls. Wooden frame partitions are approved up to eighteen stories.
The main benefits of exterior wood infill walls
Outstanding thermal properties and energy conservation
Reduced wall thickness maximises usable living space by a typical 2 per cent
Shorter on-site construction time through pre-fabrication
Reduced foundation load
Improved seismic performance
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A sketch of your dream house or an architect's drawing is the first step for us to start work at your home
Your home frame and dethals are produced in a short time
Once the production process has been completed, home transposition to the building site is organised and house assembly is started
Benefits of wooden frame houses
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Frequently Asked Questions
The term ’’Timber frame' typically describes a system of panelised structural walls and floors constructed from small section timber studs, clad with board products, in which the timber frame transmits vertical and horizontal loads to the foundations. It is generally not used to refer to timber post and beam structures or to timber engineered structural frames.
In terms of materials used, the cost of timber is lower, but not by much. Also, whether timber or brick are used the rest of the build costs will be the same. Foundations, plumbing, sewers, access roads and the like will cost just as much regardless of the frame. The main saving with timber frames is in the construction itself.
Timber frame construction is an efficient and flexible build method. Compared to traditional masonry, it can accommodate more timber frame insulation in between the wooden studs, as in a cavity.
Wood framing can last 50 to several hundred years, depending on care and construction quality. Here are the factors and issues to consider when deciding how long a wood frame house will last:
- Quality of Construction
- Frequency of Repair and Maintenance
- Local Climate
Wood is the only truly renewable construction material on the planet. But wood and timber frame construction, in particular, is far more than a renewable resource or “nice” building method.