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Timber framed housing


Moisture conditions in walls of timber-framed houses
Presents the findings of an investigation into the effects of holes behind intact plaster board lining. BR90 

Supplementary guidance for assessment of timber-framed houses
Supplements initial inspection procedure by suggesting what further information should be gathered by surveyors when deficiencies related to structural stability, durability or fire protection are suspected. (Guidance on the interpretation of information collected is given in GBG 12.) GG11 

Supplementary guidance for assessment of timber-framed houses
Offers up-to-date guidance on how to assess the significance of key observations and measurements gathered during the detailed examinations recommended in GBG 11 and how to identify any need for remedial work. GG12 

Timber frame housing
 AP98 

Timber frame housing systems 1920 to 1975
This report gives guidance on the inspection and assessment of timber frame dwellings built between 1920 and 1975. It describes the construction characteristics of dwellings built in this period and provides a step-by-step guide to carrying out a site inspection. This report should be read in conjunction with two companion reports (BR283 and BR284) which give detailed coverage of individual systems and possible variants. BR282 

Timber frame housing systems built in the UK between 1920 and 1965
This report records the form of construction of timber frame dwellings built between 1920 and 1965. It identifies locations in the UK where deterioration has occurred, and highlights the areas in dwellings to which surveyors should pay particular attention when carrying out an inspection. The report is based on the results of BRE investigations of over 50 dwellings, covering 14 different systems. BR283 

Timber frame housing systems built in the UK between 1966 and 1975
This report records the form of construction of timber frame dwellings built between 1966 and 1975. It identifies locations in the UK where deterioration has occurred, and highlights the areas in dwellings to which surveyors should pay particular attention when carrying out an inspection. The report is based on the results of BRE investigations of over 70 dwellings, covering 34 different systems. BR284 

Timber framed housing
Reports BRE studies on the performance of timber framed houses. No risks of major defects were found but recommendations were made on wall ties, sheathing materials, breather papers, cavity barriers (against fire), vapour barriers, training for site staff and research requirements. BR41 

Moisture conditions in walls of timber-framed houses
Presents the findings of an investigation into the effects of holes behind intact plaster board lining. BR90 

Supplementary guidance for assessment of timber-framed houses
Supplements initial inspection procedure by suggesting what further information should be gathered by surveyors when deficiencies related to structural stability, durability or fire protection are suspected. (Guidance on the interpretation of information collected is given in GBG 12.) GG11 

Supplementary guidance for assessment of timber-framed houses
Offers up-to-date guidance on how to assess the significance of key observations and measurements gathered during the detailed examinations recommended in GBG 11 and how to identify any need for remedial work. GG12 

Timber frame housing
 AP98 

Timber frame housing systems 1920 to 1975
This report gives guidance on the inspection and assessment of timber frame dwellings built between 1920 and 1975. It describes the construction characteristics of dwellings built in this period and provides a step-by-step guide to carrying out a site inspection. This report should be read in conjunction with two companion reports (BR283 and BR284) which give detailed coverage of individual systems and possible variants. BR282 

Timber frame housing systems built in the UK between 1920 and 1965
This report records the form of construction of timber frame dwellings built between 1920 and 1965. It identifies locations in the UK where deterioration has occurred, and highlights the areas in dwellings to which surveyors should pay particular attention when carrying out an inspection. The report is based on the results of BRE investigations of over 50 dwellings, covering 14 different systems. BR283 

Timber frame housing systems built in the UK between 1966 and 1975
This report records the form of construction of timber frame dwellings built between 1966 and 1975. It identifies locations in the UK where deterioration has occurred, and highlights the areas in dwellings to which surveyors should pay particular attention when carrying out an inspection. The report is based on the results of BRE investigations of over 70 dwellings, covering 34 different systems. BR284 

Timber framed housing
Reports BRE studies on the performance of timber framed houses. No risks of major defects were found but recommendations were made on wall ties, sheathing materials, breather papers, cavity barriers (against fire), vapour barriers, training for site staff and research requirements. BR41 

Moisture conditions in walls of timber-framed houses
Presents the findings of an investigation into the effects of holes behind intact plaster board lining. BR90 

Supplementary guidance for assessment of timber-framed houses
Supplements initial inspection procedure by suggesting what further information should be gathered by surveyors when deficiencies related to structural stability, durability or fire protection are suspected. (Guidance on the interpretation of information collected is given in GBG 12.) GG11 

Supplementary guidance for assessment of timber-framed houses
Offers up-to-date guidance on how to assess the significance of key observations and measurements gathered during the detailed examinations recommended in GBG 11 and how to identify any need for remedial work. GG12 

Timber frame housing
 AP98 

Timber frame housing systems 1920 to 1975
This report gives guidance on the inspection and assessment of timber frame dwellings built between 1920 and 1975. It describes the construction characteristics of dwellings built in this period and provides a step-by-step guide to carrying out a site inspection. This report should be read in conjunction with two companion reports (BR283 and BR284) which give detailed coverage of individual systems and possible variants. BR282 

Timber frame housing systems built in the UK between 1920 and 1965
This report records the form of construction of timber frame dwellings built between 1920 and 1965. It identifies locations in the UK where deterioration has occurred, and highlights the areas in dwellings to which surveyors should pay particular attention when carrying out an inspection. The report is based on the results of BRE investigations of over 50 dwellings, covering 14 different systems. BR283 

Timber frame housing systems built in the UK between 1966 and 1975
This report records the form of construction of timber frame dwellings built between 1966 and 1975. It identifies locations in the UK where deterioration has occurred, and highlights the areas in dwellings to which surveyors should pay particular attention when carrying out an inspection. The report is based on the results of BRE investigations of over 70 dwellings, covering 34 different systems. BR284 

Timber framed housing
Reports BRE studies on the performance of timber framed houses. No risks of major defects were found but recommendations were made on wall ties, sheathing materials, breather papers, cavity barriers (against fire), vapour barriers, training for site staff and research requirements. BR41 

Moisture conditions in walls of timber-framed houses
Presents the findings of an investigation into the effects of holes behind intact plaster board lining. BR90 

Supplementary guidance for assessment of timber-framed houses
Supplements initial inspection procedure by suggesting what further information should be gathered by surveyors when deficiencies related to structural stability, durability or fire protection are suspected. (Guidance on the interpretation of information collected is given in GBG 12.) GG11 

Supplementary guidance for assessment of timber-framed houses
Offers up-to-date guidance on how to assess the significance of key observations and measurements gathered during the detailed examinations recommended in GBG 11 and how to identify any need for remedial work. GG12 

Timber frame housing
 AP98 

Timber frame housing systems 1920 to 1975
This report gives guidance on the inspection and assessment of timber frame dwellings built between 1920 and 1975. It describes the construction characteristics of dwellings built in this period and provides a step-by-step guide to carrying out a site inspection. This report should be read in conjunction with two companion reports (BR283 and BR284) which give detailed coverage of individual systems and possible variants. BR282 

Timber frame housing systems built in the UK between 1920 and 1965
This report records the form of construction of timber frame dwellings built between 1920 and 1965. It identifies locations in the UK where deterioration has occurred, and highlights the areas in dwellings to which surveyors should pay particular attention when carrying out an inspection. The report is based on the results of BRE investigations of over 50 dwellings, covering 14 different systems. BR283 

Timber frame housing systems built in the UK between 1966 and 1975
This report records the form of construction of timber frame dwellings built between 1966 and 1975. It identifies locations in the UK where deterioration has occurred, and highlights the areas in dwellings to which surveyors should pay particular attention when carrying out an inspection. The report is based on the results of BRE investigations of over 70 dwellings, covering 34 different systems. BR284 

Timber framed housing
Reports BRE studies on the performance of timber framed houses. No risks of major defects were found but recommendations were made on wall ties, sheathing materials, breather papers, cavity barriers (against fire), vapour barriers, training for site staff and research requirements. BR41 

Moisture conditions in walls of timber-framed houses
Presents the findings of an investigation into the effects of holes behind intact plaster board lining. BR90 

Supplementary guidance for assessment of timber-framed houses
Supplements initial inspection procedure by suggesting what further information should be gathered by surveyors when deficiencies related to structural stability, durability or fire protection are suspected. (Guidance on the interpretation of information collected is given in GBG 12.) GG11 

Supplementary guidance for assessment of timber-framed houses
Offers up-to-date guidance on how to assess the significance of key observations and measurements gathered during the detailed examinations recommended in GBG 11 and how to identify any need for remedial work. GG12 

Timber frame housing
 AP98 

Timber frame housing systems 1920 to 1975
This report gives guidance on the inspection and assessment of timber frame dwellings built between 1920 and 1975. It describes the construction characteristics of dwellings built in this period and provides a step-by-step guide to carrying out a site inspection. This report should be read in conjunction with two companion reports (BR283 and BR284) which give detailed coverage of individual systems and possible variants. BR282 

Timber frame housing systems built in the UK between 1920 and 1965
This report records the form of construction of timber frame dwellings built between 1920 and 1965. It identifies locations in the UK where deterioration has occurred, and highlights the areas in dwellings to which surveyors should pay particular attention when carrying out an inspection. The report is based on the results of BRE investigations of over 50 dwellings, covering 14 different systems. BR283 

Timber frame housing systems built in the UK between 1966 and 1975
This report records the form of construction of timber frame dwellings built between 1966 and 1975. It identifies locations in the UK where deterioration has occurred, and highlights the areas in dwellings to which surveyors should pay particular attention when carrying out an inspection. The report is based on the results of BRE investigations of over 70 dwellings, covering 34 different systems. BR284 

Timber framed housing
Reports BRE studies on the performance of timber framed houses. No risks of major defects were found but recommendations were made on wall ties, sheathing materials, breather papers, cavity barriers (against fire), vapour barriers, training for site staff and research requirements. BR41 

Moisture conditions in walls of timber-framed houses
Presents the findings of an investigation into the effects of holes behind intact plaster board lining. BR90 

Supplementary guidance for assessment of timber-framed houses
Supplements initial inspection procedure by suggesting what further information should be gathered by surveyors when deficiencies related to structural stability, durability or fire protection are suspected. (Guidance on the interpretation of information collected is given in GBG 12.) GG11 

Supplementary guidance for assessment of timber-framed houses
Offers up-to-date guidance on how to assess the significance of key observations and measurements gathered during the detailed examinations recommended in GBG 11 and how to identify any need for remedial work. GG12 

Timber frame housing
 AP98 

Timber frame housing systems 1920 to 1975
This report gives guidance on the inspection and assessment of timber frame dwellings built between 1920 and 1975. It describes the construction characteristics of dwellings built in this period and provides a step-by-step guide to carrying out a site inspection. This report should be read in conjunction with two companion reports (BR283 and BR284) which give detailed coverage of individual systems and possible variants. BR282 

Timber frame housing systems built in the UK between 1920 and 1965
This report records the form of construction of timber frame dwellings built between 1920 and 1965. It identifies locations in the UK where deterioration has occurred, and highlights the areas in dwellings to which surveyors should pay particular attention when carrying out an inspection. The report is based on the results of BRE investigations of over 50 dwellings, covering 14 different systems. BR283 

Timber frame housing systems built in the UK between 1966 and 1975
This report records the form of construction of timber frame dwellings built between 1966 and 1975. It identifies locations in the UK where deterioration has occurred, and highlights the areas in dwellings to which surveyors should pay particular attention when carrying out an inspection. The report is based on the results of BRE investigations of over 70 dwellings, covering 34 different systems. BR284 

Timber framed housing
Reports BRE studies on the performance of timber framed houses. No risks of major defects were found but recommendations were made on wall ties, sheathing materials, breather papers, cavity barriers (against fire), vapour barriers, training for site staff and research requirements. BR41 

Moisture conditions in walls of timber-framed houses
Presents the findings of an investigation into the effects of holes behind intact plaster board lining. BR90 

Supplementary guidance for assessment of timber-framed houses
Supplements initial inspection procedure by suggesting what further information should be gathered by surveyors when deficiencies related to structural stability, durability or fire protection are suspected. (Guidance on the interpretation of information collected is given in GBG 12.) GG11 

Supplementary guidance for assessment of timber-framed houses
Offers up-to-date guidance on how to assess the significance of key observations and measurements gathered during the detailed examinations recommended in GBG 11 and how to identify any need for remedial work. GG12 

Timber frame housing
 AP98 

Timber frame housing systems 1920 to 1975
This report gives guidance on the inspection and assessment of timber frame dwellings built between 1920 and 1975. It describes the construction characteristics of dwellings built in this period and provides a step-by-step guide to carrying out a site inspection. This report should be read in conjunction with two companion reports (BR283 and BR284) which give detailed coverage of individual systems and possible variants. BR282 

Timber frame housing systems built in the UK between 1920 and 1965
This report records the form of construction of timber frame dwellings built between 1920 and 1965. It identifies locations in the UK where deterioration has occurred, and highlights the areas in dwellings to which surveyors should pay particular attention when carrying out an inspection. The report is based on the results of BRE investigations of over 50 dwellings, covering 14 different systems. BR283 

Timber frame housing systems built in the UK between 1966 and 1975
This report records the form of construction of timber frame dwellings built between 1966 and 1975. It identifies locations in the UK where deterioration has occurred, and highlights the areas in dwellings to which surveyors should pay particular attention when carrying out an inspection. The report is based on the results of BRE investigations of over 70 dwellings, covering 34 different systems. BR284 

Timber framed housing
Reports BRE studies on the performance of timber framed houses. No risks of major defects were found but recommendations were made on wall ties, sheathing materials, breather papers, cavity barriers (against fire), vapour barriers, training for site staff and research requirements. BR41