Light Gauge Steel Residential Housing
You’ve found the perfect site and now you want to build your dream traditional home. Whether it’s Georgian, Victorian or Edwardian the advantages of building your dream period house using metal frame construction far outnumber traditional period methods
Metal frame construction has many of the advantages over traditional building methods. They are light, and allow quick building without heavy tools or equipment. Every component can easily be carried by hand – a house is like a carpentry job on a larger scale. It is able to shape itself to any form, and can be clad and insulated with a wide range of materials. It is easy to change or modify this construction at any point in its lifespan.
The house below is approx 3500 sq ft ( 330 sq metres ) and although it has the appearance of a 200 year old Victorian house is was actual fact built in 2014. It’s built of a metal frame construction with a traditional stone face finish. Inside it has all the luxuries of a modern home and has the latest technology in underfloor heating. There is also large areas of open plan living throughout the house and the staircase pictured below traverses to a 2nd floor level to the attic space.
THIS HOUSE WAS BUILT AND FINISHED IN 5 MONTHS.
It is open to view at any time once an appointment is made through MFC