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The Carbon footprint of a house measures the amount of Carbon actually used to build the house.  Whilst Steel and Concrete by their nature have high Carbon Footprints, Timber on the other hand absorbs and stores Carbon during its growth to maturity and continues to retain the stored Carbon once it is incorporated into a timber structure.

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Renewables Fabric Energy Source
By choosing to build with Timber Frame Construction you are choosing the most environmentally friendly method of construction whilst ensuring the lowest possible Carbon Footprint. By combining highly insulated building Timber Frame fabric with complimentary energy efficient space and water heating systems you can further improve the effect your house will have on the planet and help protect it for future generations.