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The CAD/CAM timber frame manufacturing process includes optimising saws to minimise timber waste. Even the minimal off-cuts are incinerated to provide heat for the factories & offices.
The Val-U-Therm® polyurethane injection process results in less than 1% wastage - compare this to cutting and fitting insulation of any type on or off site.
Based on conventional timber frame, Val-U-Therm® is accepted by NHBC, conforms to all the appropriate generic British & European standards and BBA third party accreditation is in progress.
Best use of site and/or plot area - for a given thermal performance, for instance, another two houses could be fitted on to a 50 house development because of the narrower walls.
Timber Frame is a dry form of construction, there is no drying out period. Early occupancy is assured as there are generally far less snagging issues and no drying out cracks common in wet construction.
The Val-U-Therm® approach includes quality control checks at all stages of production.