WWL Houses has developed well proven know-how in order to provide high quality timber frame houses on large scale. This involves production and assembly of house components (walls, floors and roofs) in the controlled environment of the factory, which are then transported and assembled on site.
Quicker to construct: On account of assembly line production processes, WWL Houses is able to build houses 70% quicker than traditional brick and mortar. The full production cycle from input supplies, design to assembly and on site erection is 60 working days, while on-site erection takes place in 3 days.
Larger Scale: Using factory based production principles permits WWL HOUSES to scale up production using up to 3 shifts a day.
Commercially Advantageous: Due to the scalability and speed of production WWL HOUSES is able to build houses in a commercially viable way. In particular, quicker construction unlocks capital that would otherwise be tied up as the homebuyer pays for a mortgage on the new house but at the same time has to pay rent while waiting for construction to end. For a property developer, a quicker turnaround time to complete a development brings huge commercial gains and savings.
Energy Efficient homes: Timber frame homes are highly energy efficient. Insulated walls combined with a lower mass compared to brick and mortar result in huge savings in energy and cheaper electricity bills. Recent studies suggest that a 32% saving is possible. If solar paneled geysers are included the savings are even greater.
Higher Quality: More consistent and less Snags: WWL Houses are built like a car.