Scotframe - Leading the industry for over 25 years
In the 21st century the most sustainable and technologically advanced form of construction – and the most widely used worldwide – is timber frame. The environmental credentials of the system are just one of its many advantages. It ensures high quality, reduces overall build costs and considerably shortens the build programme. So it is no surprise that one of the longest-established and most respected names in the industry is none other than Scotframe.
“ The innovative Val-U-Therm® panels which deliver extremely low U values and exceptional air tightness have the capacity to cut heating and energy bills to virtually zero.”
Active in the UK for over 25 years, Scotframe is a leading supplier of ‘full kit’ timber frame packages. They have sales and manufacturing facilities at Inverurie in Aberdeenshire and Cumbernauld near Glasgow along with sales offices in Inverness, Dundee, Mid Sussex and Paignton.
In 2011 Scotframe introduced to the market its Val-U-Therm® family of advanced, closed panel, factory insulated, high thermal performance wall, roof and floor systems. The many benefits of the systems stem from a smart integrated building envelope, manufactured in a factory quality-controlled environment that minimises waste and provides cost-effective solutions.
Val-U-Therm®, is a unique timber frame panel from which a house which is effectively zero carbon can be quickly and efficiently erected. The innovative panels which deliver extremely low U values and exceptional air tightness have the capacity to cut heating and energy bills to virtually zero.
An investment in Val-U-Therm® wall, roof and floor panels will last for the life of the building: a minimum 60 years – unlike renewables that need continual control by the occupants as well as frequent maintenance and certain replacement during the lifetime of the property.
Scotframe have taken a leadership role in the sustainable construction sector with consistently innovative thinking and practices which are helping to map out the future of environmentally friendly building methods.