The MFC construction process
Insulation of a window during the construction of a light gauge steel frame house.
Using the MFC construction process the picture below demonstrates the perfect link to the insulation of a window during the construction of a light gauge steel frame house. Because there is no cold bridge no cold air can leak around the window. At its simplest, is a weak spot in the insulation surrounding a house. Cold bridges (also known as thermal bridges) occur whenever there is a break in the continuity, or a penetration of, the insulation.
Examples of cold bridges include: Junctions between walls and floors, and walls and roofs.
When you use the MFC Construction process, all the windows will fit perfectly which will allow other trades to to carry on working on other jobs. Around the window you can also see 400 mm extra pink insulation . There is an air tightness membrane taped to both. The steel frame picture also demonstrates the strength and accuracy of steel and how dry and easy it is to work with.