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Scotframe grows Scottish presence with new Cumbernauld showroom

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Scotframe, one of Scotland’s largest offsite timber frame specialists, has opened a new showroom and sales office in Cumbernauld. 

Responding to the increasing demand for timber homes, this new centre offers self-builders the chance to meet the experienced sales team face-to-face, discuss the timber kits available and consider finishing touches that make a house a home.

Based at Westfield North Courtyard, the specialist Scotframe facility offers a bespoke appointment-only service to self-builders and their advisors. The team is on hand to answer questions about the latest timber frame home solutions and offer advice about self-build. 

The showroom features touch screen technology and design software, which customers can use to choose their house style and look at potential layouts, change the configuration of rooms and customise the finishings to suit their requirements.  

Customers will also be able to see first-hand Scotframe’s ‘fabric first’ approach to construction, including how its market leading Valutherm+ system delivers homes that are warm, draught-proof, comfortable and sustainable with minimised heat loss. 

Self-builders and trade customers alike can take time to research all the extra details and finishing touches of their timber frame build, such as door sets, windows and architraves. From window types and locks, internal and external doors and even skirting boards, Scotframe’s new Cumbernauld showroom is a one-stop-shop for all their timber frame needs.  

Headquartered in Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotframe also has showrooms at its sites in both Inverness and Dundee, providing customers across Scotland opportunities to visit and review the timber frame kits available. The company has also expanded its presence into the south with a permanent showroom and sales office at the National Self Build and Renovation Centre (NSBRC) in Swindon, England. 

Robert Beagley, Business Development Manager, South and West Scotland (right), said: “Our new showroom in Cumbernauld is a real milestone as we look to increase Scotframe’s presence across Scotland. For us, it’s all about providing our self-build customers access to experts with years of experience in an environment where they can see timber kit components first hand, learn how they work and why they are such an attractive and sustainable option. 

“The Cumbernauld site is a first-class facility and will add value to self-builders across Central Scotland. We look forward to helping people with their self-build journey, answer their questions and help them achieve their dream home. “

Ross Baxter, Managing Director of Scotframe, said: “At Scotframe we pride ourselves on providing a top-quality product. We are confident our new Cumbernauld showroom will allow our customers access to the expert support they need for their self-build project.  

“With almost 80% of new homes in Scotland built using timber frame, it’s clear Scotframe has an important role to play in supporting new customers. The showroom in Cumbernauld gives us another shop window and opportunity to support self-builders while also providing opportunities for other local trades in the area.”

The Cumbernauld showroom is open Monday to Thursday 8.30am – 5.00pm and Friday by appointment only. Appointments can be made online at or by contacting Sharon Hemphill - This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it / 07936 039083.