Steel Framing
February 13, 2019

Dispelling Steel Framing Myths

Steel frame building is a fully tried and tested product. It is fully engineered and has been used extensively in both residential and commercial applications for many years. Below are...
Steel Framing
February 13, 2019

How Steel Framing Gives You Greater Design Flexibility

The use of steel framing is becoming increasingly popular in home design due to the large number of benefits it gives when building a home. Steel framing offers strength, versatility,…

Steel Framing
February 13, 2019

What You Should Know Before Building a Home in Bushfire Prone Areas

Although there are many elements of bushfires that you can’t control, taking precautions when building your home can dramatically increase the chances of your family & home surviving. Homes built…

Steel Framing
February 13, 2019

5 Ways Steel Framed Homes Can Benefit the Environment

One of the many benefits of steel framing is that it allows you to do your part for the environment. While the average 2000 square foot timber-framed home requires around…

CMI E-Vent Steel Roofing Supplies Roofing
February 13, 2019

E-Vent® and Whirlybird: The next Generation of roof ventilation

Effective roof ventilation is important when it comes to the energy efficiency of your home. A standard roof space can quickly trap heat and warm your home – accounting for…

Technical Bulletins
February 11, 2019

CMI BCA Compliant Quarter round Gutters

The requirements detailed the NCC 2016 Building Code of Australia Vol II are in full effect as of 1st May 2017. These requirements apply to all construction activities undertaken under Building…

COLORBOND Fencing CMIWA Fencing
June 26, 2018

How to choose the colour of your new COLORBOND® fence

The fence around your home acts as a backdrop to your garden, a feature wall and a security boarder around your home. With COLORBOND® steel fencing you are guaranteed a...
Steel Framing
June 26, 2018

Steel Framing: defending your home against termites

Termites and Borers are big fans of Australian homes – and can carry out between $80 – $780 million worth of damage to houses annually! While termite barriers may delay…

Technical Bulletins
June 21, 2017

Building in Bushfire Prone Areas – Technical Information

A BAL (Bushfire Attack Level) is a means of measuring a building’s potential exposure to ember attack, radiant heat and direct flame contact, in a bushfire event. It is a…