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Timber Frame Insulation

Timber frame construction is an efficient and flexible build method. Compared to traditional masonry, it can accommodate more timber frame insulation in between the wooden studs.

Additional room is given for electrical wiring. This helps create safe, efficient and positive living and working environments.     

Discover the applications, benefits and all the timber frame wall insulation details you need on this page.

Why do we need timber frame insulation?

Timber frames filled with insulation generally offer better thermal performance than masonry walls of the same total thickness.1 However, their reduced mass and wood properties mean they need the right material to provide strong fire protection and acoustic performance. ROCKWOOL timber frame wall insulation delivers excellent fire resilience and soundproofing capabilities, alongside its thermal resistance qualities.2

Timber frame house insulation is well suited for use in timber frame buildings with its quick and easy fitting and dimensional stability.

Benefits of ROCKWOOL products include:

  • Fire resilience
  • Sound absorption
  • Thermal resistance
  • Flexible application
  • Water repellent

Calculator and savings

The amount of insulation required will depend on the size and dimensions of the timber frame construction. With thermal requirements mostly determining the insulation thickness required.

 

Timber Frame Home
The low carbon footprint of ROCKWOOL timber frame products is a perfect match with that of the wooden structure. The construction is easily dismantled at the end of its lifecycle, adding to the reduction of our environmental footprint.

Roger Peeters

ROCKWOOL Group Product Manager

Case studies

See how ROCKWOOL release the natural power of stone to enrich modern living.

Case Study, F. Socciarelli School
We have invested not only for the future but for the present of our children too. To give them a safe place to study, play and live is a matter of pride for us. The school has an excellent level of thermal and acoustic comfort. We also have to recognise that we completed the project in less than 100 days.

Francesco Subissati

Legal Representative at Subissati Srl

Sustainability and energy efficiency

Timber frames are a more environmentally friendly construction material than others due to their sustainability. ROCKWOOL products are also designed with circularity and a low environmental impact at their heart. 

Timber Frame Construction

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