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Insulating timber-framed construction « Rendability
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Insulating timber-framed construction

Timber_Frame_Bad_Construction_RendabilityTimber frame methods of building offer many benefits in the way of fast-track and off-site construction. However, timber, although treated, is vulnerable to rot and needs to be kept in a warm, dry environment.

One of Rendability’s trusted materials suppliers, Weber, provides a very useful info-guide on insulating timber-framed constructions…

Problem

1. Bad construction may lead to rot

For complete peace of mind even treated timber needs to be kept in a dry environment.

Poor detailing and bad construction may lead to water penetration of the facade, which if allowed to reach the timber frame, may result in rot and at worst, structural failure.

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