Timber Frame Builder Leighton Buzzard
Timber frames have traditionally been used to construct housing in the UK. In the medieval times, it was the most common method of construction. However, this changed with the discovery of new construction methods during the 17th century.
Now, people have rediscovered the beauty of using them, and it is now among the fastest growing method of construction in the UK. Are you planning to build a new house or an extension using timber frames? You can count on Alexander Project Management in the provision of bespoke, precise and engineered timber frames.
TIMBER FRAME CONSTRUCTION SPECIALISTS
We are experts in designing and manufacturing timber frames.
We undertake building project management throughout the Bedfordshire. Our central location in Leighton Buzzard also allows us to extend our service to the East Midlands and London.
Flexible: Timber frames can be used for any construction project. Their endless design possibilities and ease of construction make them ideal if you are looking forward to a stress-free construction process.
Efficient Insulation: Timber boasts of natural insulating properties. It has tiny air pockets which help in regulating the amount of energy needed to cool or heat up space- resulting in savings on energy.
Versatility: We can construct your house or structure at any time of the year regardless of the season. Timber frames are manufactured off site before being erected in situ. This makes it almost impossible for weather changes to interfere with the construction process.
Speed: We can pre-cut, modulate and build to precision making your building quicker to construct in comparison to stone buildings. Building with timber also leaves you lesser debris to clean after all construction works are done.
Cost-effective: Constructing using frames requires simpler tools and uses lesser specialised skills making it more economical. Additionally, the fact that it is quicker to build also saves you both time and money.
Environmentally-friendly: Wood is a renewable natural resource. It is known to be non-toxic to the environment; they do not leak harmful gases into the atmosphere. Timber also contributes to sustainable construction as they can often be reclaimed.