Steel Framing

STEEL FRAMING - Light, strong and durable frames

Today’s homeowners are more concerned than ever about how their homes have been built. We all want the same thing- peace of mind that our homes, our biggest asset will be well constructed, cost-effective-, and environmentally friendly and will stand the test of time.

Steel Framing is a building technique that uses steel to make up the skeleton frame of the building. This technique offers a number of advantages that overcome problems present among traditional building systems:


It has high structural load baring capabilities and exceptional wind resistance.


The stability of steel framing ensures square corners, straight walls, and flat ceilings, which reduces the like hood of cracks in walls, doors and windows over time.


Steel is fire resistant and immune to insects and rotting. It does not form a favorable habitat for mould and bacterial growth creating a healthier environment for residents. Furthermore, our steel is finished with 100% Zinc coating for protection against rust.


Steel allows for longer span distances than the traditional building system. This allows for larger and more open spaces. Steel framing supports all cladding and roofing materials.


Steel does not leach toxic chemicals, because steel is considered to be inert, it is an excellent healthy home option particularly for asthma sufferers. Steel framing will not act as a food source for mould and in the unfortunate event of moisture ingress into the wall, will not rot.


There are several compelling reasons why steel framing offers easier construction than traditional building systems. First, steel framing is lighter; this means the need for lifting equipment is minimized, reducing on-site costs. Reduce weight also helps lower labor costs and contributes towards improved workplace safety.


Steel Framing has shown itself to be competitive. Steel framing is less susceptible to inclement weather during construction, allowing project time lines to be maintained. Also Steel framing is non-absorbent so there are no delays whilst waiting for frames to dry prior to cladding and lining.

Steel is 100% recyclable; not just once or twice, but almost indefinitely. Unlike other construction materials there is a minimal construction waste to landfill and at the end of the building’s useful life, steel frames do not need to enter demolition waste streams as they can be recycled