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We continually strive to achieve the highest environmental standards, regularly exceeding legislative and industry requirements. We are dedicated to consistently assessing our operational methods and environmental impact to diminish our carbon footprint - striving towards the government's goal of achieving net zero emissions by 2050.

Our Approach

Timber sourced from certified forests holding PEFC and FCS certifications

Offsite timber frame construction to optimise resource efficiency and waste reduction

Feeding our offcuts into our on-site biomass system, which generates heating for our offices and factory

Investing in state-of-the-art machinery to keep our waste to a minimum

Timber frame construction

Timber is an organic, renewable and carbon-neutral building material
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  • Choosing timber frame construction over traditional masonry can achieve a 20% reduction in embodied carbon on a build, making it the building material with the lowest CO2 impact and embodied carbon among commercially available options.
  • Timber demonstrates remarkable energy efficiency performance. Throughout the lifespan of a timber frame home, the net energy consumption could be more than 25% lower compared to a conventional brick-built property.
  • Timber offers the possibility of ‘net positive buildings’ where carbon stored in the timber, exceeds emissions over a building’s lifecycle.

Benefits of timber frame

Quick and cost effective to build

A green alternative to construction

Excellent versatility and flexibility

Energy efficiency and insulation

A more durable solution

Time for Timber

Time for Timber

We are proud to support the #TimeforTimber campaign, which champions how timber construction can help support the economy and help the UK reach its net zero carbon emissions target by 2050.

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