Who We Are
Precision Steel – Building for Life
Steel framing has proved itself in the commercial building industry in New Zealand for more than 50 years. Now homeowners are discovering the benefits of steel for themselves. It’s affordable, mould, pest and fire resistant, asthma friendly and most-importantly designed to withstand earthquakes.
Increasingly architects, draughtsman and group housing companies are making the switch to steel. And, so can you.
Precision Steel Framing Systems has the expertise to guide you through your building programme from design through to supply, and erection of the house framing. It’s a fully integrated service for absolute peace of mind.
Precision Steel Framing Christchurch lets you focus on the things that really matter.
Why choose us?
Steel does not twist, warp or shrink so walls and corners are straight and square from the day they are manufactured. The exactness that comes from building with roll forming technology helps later trades fitting internal linings, kitchens and cupboards. With the frames remaining straight and true high quality finishes can be achieved to wall and ceiling linings.
Because we use steel, not wood, it does not lend itself to fuelling a fire.
Steel is exceptionally strong and built to withstand tough conditions. Steels high strength-to-weight ratio allows for greater design freedom, but more importantly, a lighter frame means less weight for a quake to throw around. Steel is a product that performs consistently well under stress.
Steel has none of the preservative chemicals associated with timber to stop mould and rot. That’s an important consideration for the health of both your family and the builders and tradesmen working on-site.
Since the steel is accurately cut during manufacturing, there is no on location waste. Holes are pre-cut. No weather delays. No internal bracing is required which in turn leads to lower costs.
Steel is a healthier, safer choice for your home so much so that it carries the Sensitive Choice approval from the New Zealand Asthma Foundation. There is none of those harsh chemicals that are used to stop timber rotting.