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If you have any questions you wish to ask or require further information and support on your own particular self build project, then please contact our office nearest to where you are intending/hoping to build.
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Stick Build v Pre-Manufactured : Making The Right Choice
There are many considerations when you embark on building your dream home, but one of the most important is deciding on the build system that is to be used and making sure you have all the relevant information prior to making the decision.
Industry Experts Join Housing Minister to Promote Offsite Manufacturing
A group of senior construction industry specialists met with Scotland's Housing Minister Kevin Stewart MSP (Wednesday 10 January) to discuss how they can work with the Scottish Government to grow the unique offsite manufacturing design and skill base in Scotland.
Exciting future predicted for Inverurie's Scotframe Timber Engineering as it is acquired by industry giant Saint-Gobain
Established Scottish offsite manufacture experts and full timber frame housing kit manufacturers, Scotframe Timber Engineering, has been acquired by multinational construction group, Saint-Gobain.
Field of Dreams
Securing the ideal plot on Skye allowed Steph and Peter Rodgerson to self-build a stunning contemporary house with spectacular views.
Reproduced courtesy of Scotland on Sunday
Highland Self Build Loan Fund
Information about the Highland Self Build Loan Fund is on the Highlands Small Communities Housing Trust website - a Scottish Government fund to support self-builders.
Scotframe plays vital role in first Passivhaus nursery building in a Scottish university
Scotframe, one of the UKs most technically advanced timber engineering companies, were contracted to supply the main structural components of the first fully certified Passivhaus (Passive House) building in a Scottish university.
Scotframe leads a list of generous donors to create a safe space for vulnerable children and young adults
It was a particularly special birthday party that Bob Davis held for his 26-year-old daughter Emily in December 2015 - a brilliant disco evening in the new safe play space that he and his team at Scottish charity Play Alloa have just created.